Yesterday was the fourth of July, and many New Yorkers spent the day and evening on their roofs, enjoying the nice weather and watching the fireworks. Many of these roofs weren't meant to have heavy traffic, and can suffer from summer roof gatherings.
THE BELLET BLOG
I’m here today to share with you the facts behind New York City’s Local Law 11/98.
For roofers and waterproofers, the new generation of ultra-sound infrared moisture detectors has given us an almost fail-safe tool for detecting leaks. Of course, with a lot of the guesswork alleviated, we often find ourselves having to talk the customers out of a repair, simply because we know they don't need it.
I was at a dinner party one night and, during the normal course of conversation, professions were discussed. And nearly every time I said construction or building contractor, someone in the circle would talk about a person he or she knew in the business- i.e., a friend of a friend, an uncle, a brother-in-law, etc.