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Core Cut Tests Used for Roof Evaluation

Publication date:
July 5, 2018
Article Summary: 

This blog discusses the use of core cut tests for evaluating the condition of commercial roofs. A core cut test is a process in which a small sample of a roof is taken to determine its composition and condition. The article explains the different types of core cut tests and the information that can be obtained from them, such as identifying the layers of a roof and the presence of moisture or deterioration. It also discusses the importance of hiring a professional roofing contractor to perform these tests and interpret the results.


core cut tests, commercial roofs, roof evaluation, roofing contractor, roof condition.

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Core Cut Tests Used for Roof Evaluation
July 5, 2018
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