Maintenance and Roof Repair
From emergency leak repairs to ongoing maintenance, our expert service team is here to keep your roof in the best condition possible.
With over 27 years of commercial roofing experience, we understand the unique requirements, repair processes and maintenance needs for your specific roof type including TPO, built-up roofing, EPDM, metal, modified bitumen and more.
Throughout the lifespan of your roof, physical damage and exposure to the elements make maintenance inevitable. With regular roof inspections and custom maintenance plans, we can improve your roof’s performance and extend its life cycle.
Our roof inspection provides you with a detailed, in-depth analysis of your roof’s condition. After your inspection, we provide a comprehensive report of the findings with suggested approaches on how to make repairs and fix problems if they exist. Employing the skills of only the most highly qualified staff, our goal is to give you the true condition of your roof.
We provide a detailed maintenance report for each completed leak and maintenance repair with before and after photographic evidence for each project. We prioritize your needs and provide a detailed explanation of your expected costs for needed repairs.
By scheduling regular inspections and routine maintenance, you can greatly reduce the cost of future emergency repairs. Addressing minor roof damage today will slow the deterioration of your building and keep it protected from the elements.
We understand your roof is a significant investment, which is why our custom preventative maintenance programs ensure your roof continues to function at its peak ability. Protect your investment by counting on our team of experts to have the right tools and experience to service your roof to the highest quality. Investing in a proactive maintenance program early in your roof’s service life is your best opportunity to protect the system, drastically reduce lifetime maintenance expenses, and extend the service life of your roofing system. Taking these steps ultimately increases the return on your roofing investment tremendously.
Benefits of Regularly Scheduled Maintenance
- Extend serviceable life
- Minimize emergencies and catch damage early
- Lower repair costs
- Budget planning and predictability
- Reduced liability and energy costs
- Avoid operational downtime and lost revenue
- Peace of mind
Routine inspections are a crucial aspect of maintaining the longevity of your roof. Commercial roofs can last decades, but without the proper care and adequate maintenance, the lifespan of your roof can deteriorate quickly. If your roof is in need of minor repair or service, neglecting it for too long can cause major problems. Avoid surprises and costly repairs down the road by identifying and repairing minor issues before they turn into big ones. Our preventative maintenance programs are designed to combat these issues with routine service, repairs and inspections to protect the integrity of your roof.
Bi-Annual Inspection Program
With our bi-annual inspection program, we’ll inspect and perform routine maintenance twice each year in the spring and fall. Detailed inspections during changing seasons are critical to assessing potential damage to your roof. While on site, we inspect the overall condition of your roof, repair any active leaks and check for potential future hazards. You receive a detailed roof report with estimated costs of repair after each inspection, detailing locations and issues we found while on site.
Preserve Your Roof Warranty
Most roof warranties require regular maintenance in order to stay in compliance. We recommend scheduling routine maintenance and repair at least twice a year to keep your roof in the best condition possible to protect your warranty.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is included in a roof inspection?
During a routine inspection, we check for any existing or potential damage to your roof. After every inspection, we provide a detailed report with photos, repair recommendations and estimates so you know exactly what’s going on with your roofing system and what to expect.
How often should my roof be inspected?
We recommend having your roof inspected at least once a year. However, major manufacturers recommend your roof be inspected twice per year, typically in the spring and fall. Depending on the age and condition of your roof, the number of visits required may vary.
How long does a commercial roof last?
The lifespan of your roof, including its serviceable life, depends on many factors. A quality installed commercial roof can last up to 40 years, but can depend on weather conditions, proper maintenance, material, size and roof type.
How can I tell when my roof needs repairs?
An active leak is the surest way to tell your roof is in need of repair. However, setting regular appointments as soon as you start to notice a maintenance issue is vital to preserving the life and structural safety of your commercial building. Some common signs of repair problems with commercial roofs include holes, missing flashing, pools of water, or excess moss growth. If you can visibly spot the signs of roof damage, you should act fast to set up professional roof repairs.