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"Surprise Roof Replacements will be a thing of the past."
The goal for your roof should be to get the longest life cycle for the least cost.
Commercial Industrial Roofing's "Roof Management Service Agreement " achieves this goal with scheduled maintenance visits .
Scheduled preventative maintenance prevents leaks from occurring and saves costs on emergency repairs, loss of inventory, damaged light fixtures/electrical systems and downtime for your managers as well as maintaining a positive image for your customers.
Roofs undergo many movements that affect performance such as building settlement, thermal expansion and contraction, and weathering (sun, wind, rain, snow). Because of these movements, details such as wall flashing and soil stack leads develop gaps that allow water to migrate into the roofing system. Often, this migration goes undetected because it is absorbed into the decking or insulation and does not drip into the interior of the building. This absorption then causes damage to the roofing components .
Customized Roof Management System tailored to address roof leaks before they happen.
There is much more to our superior service than just roof repairs. Commercial Industrial Roofing's unique Roof Asset Management takes an in-depth approach to roof system management to solve and prevent your roofing problems:
Commercial Industrial Roofing has helped thousands of companies to realize better commercial roofing efficiencies through superior service and innovative roof management programs. To learn how we can help you, call one of our commercial roofing experts today at (888) 886-7171.
e initial inspection, which traditionally includes a visual inspection and walk-through. Some providers will also offer infrared thermography scanning to help identify wet insulation. While these inspection methods are important in identifying certain roof defects, scientific testing and analyses are truly what is necessary to objectively determine if repairs and restorations can extend the roof’s service life and delay a costly replacement. After all, you don’t want to be among the approximately 85 percent of roofs that are replaced unnecessarily due to bad information.** Using scientific algorithms and laboratory testing, Commercial Industrial