There is no secret, roof systems last longer with routine roof maintenance and upkeep. Over 90% of commercial flat roof leaks and premature system failures occur at the roof details: walls, metal edges, flashing, blisters, sheet laps, and drains.
Our roof maintenance service is designed to address minor roof deficiencies before they become major problems. Proper identification and elimination of problems on a timely basis can avoid roof replacement. Doing so maintains your property’s structural integrity.
Whether it be replacing shingles, leaks/water damage, flat roof blisters, cleaning eavestroughs, minor soffit and fascia repairs, installing and resecuring or sealing vents, sealing chimney or wall flashing, skylight leaks or condensation, fixing siding or animal damage. We got you covered.
Our roof maintenance packages include a complete inspection of your roofing system. If additional deficiencies are found, our technicians will attempt to address them while onsite. If we determine repairs are outside the scope of work that can be completed onsite at the first visit, we will affect a temporary repair to protect the property, and one of our estimators will follow up to assess the situation and provide a quote for a permanent solution.
What Is Roof Maintenance?
Roof maintenance is performed to increase the longevity of your roof. After performing an inspection to find any problems, roof maintenance usually includes securing loose shingles, attending to bare spots or missing ballast, fastening, securing, or replacing flashing or other roof components, cleaning drains etc.
How Do I Know If My Roof Needs Replacing?
Different styles of roofs age and weather differently depending on height, slope, exposure, quality of materials and architectural design. A proper roof inspection will allow us to determine the condition & longevity of your roof.
How Often Should I Have A Roof Inspection?
The necessity and intervals for roof inspections depends on the type of roof, type of material, age and geographical region of your property. Many residential flat roofs with drains require annual inspections while steep sloped roofs can be easily verified daily from ground level.