As a building or property manager, one of your topmost concerns in facility maintenance is your roof. Commercial roofs are pretty durable and can endure all types of abuse before showing any sign of deterioration. However, small problems can build up over time and sooner or later, your roof will near the end of its life span. Luckily, there are steps you can take to add a year or two (or three) before you need a full roof replacement.
Let our roofing specialists at Edge 2 Edge Roofing show you a few ways you can give your roof an extension to its service life.
Familiarize yourself with the most common issues plaguing commercial rooftops. It pays to keep a seasonal calendar to keep track of certain types of damage that are most common for certain times of the year. For example, water-related problems tend to occur more frequently during rainy seasons while snow and ice are pretty much exclusive to winter and, sometimes, early spring. Understanding these issues will help you anticipate them even before they happen.
Ask your local roofing contractors if they offer annual roofing maintenance agreements. This will save you the trouble of having to keep track of all the scheduled inspection and repairs for your roof on top of all your other responsibilities. Studies have shown that regular maintenance is essential in keeping your roof in excellent condition for much longer than its usual life span.
Know Your Roof
Finally, keep a good record of what brand and material you have for your roof. This will be useful in case you need to patch up a certain area and you want to keep consistency throughout the entire roof. Additionally, roofing contractors will also often recommend making repairs or replacements for your roof from the same materials.
Keep your roofing system at peak performance with Edge 2 Edge Roofing, your leading commercial and residential roofing company. Give us a call at (770) 783-3305 or fill out our online contact form to request a free quote today. We serve homeowners in Roswell and all neighboring areas in GA.