The roofing system is a crucial component of your commercial building. If well-designed and properly installed, it will provide sufficient ventilation to the interior and protect occupants and belongings from inclement climate and hot, humid weather. However, to ensure a long service life, your commercial roof needs to be regularly inspected and maintained by dependable roofers. To help you understand the purpose of their inspection visit, see how they answer a few important questions.
1. “On What Parts of the Roofing System Are You Focusing?”
Professional roof inspections include a comprehensive check of the entire roofing system, including damaged shingles, clogged gutters and moss growth. If they see signs of damage on the roofing surface, your inspector will likely discuss plans for repairs and schedule other maintenance visits.
2. “With What Types of Commercial Roofing System Are You Experienced?”
Ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM,) built-up roofing (BUR), thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO) and metal are common materials for commercial roofing systems. All of these vary in structural makeup and have unique sets of advantages. Make sure that your inspector is familiar with the kind of system you have and can offer timely solutions to common roofing issues.
3. “What Is Your Protocol for Emergency Service Calls?”
All commercial roofs are exposed to varying temperatures and elements, from torrential rain to scorching heat from the sun. Severe weather conditions may cause serious damage to your commercial roof in a short period of time, affecting your business operations. Remember to ask specific details about how an inspection company deals with emergency calls.
Planning to give your exterior home a needed boost? Turn to Renaissance Roofing, Inc for a smooth and stress-free experience! We offer professional maintenance services – from roof leak repair to gutter installation. To start a conversation with one of our specialists, call us at (541)791-4886, or fill out our online contact form. We serve many areas in Oregon, including Albany, Eugene and Salem, OR.