Like most major investments, the performance of your commercial roof depends on proper maintenance. Careful maintenance of your new commercial roof will identify issues before they become major problems. While you may incur some short-term costs to maintain your roof, investing in ongoing maintenance now will provide significant cost savings and add years to the life of your new roof. By conducting maintenance at regular intervals, you can have confidence that you are protecting all of your valuable assets inside the building.
Still, many commercial building owners are unsure of whom to call should a problem arise. After all, when you undertake the substantial expense of installing a new roof, you would like it to last throughout the warranty period—typically 20 years or more.
Read our free guide: Commercial Roof Repair and Maintenance
The professionals at Roberts Roofing recommend two inspections per year—one in spring and one in the fall. Careful maintenance by commercial roofing experts will identify issues before they become major problems and add years to the life of your roof. And by conducting maintenance at regular intervals, you can rest assured that you are also protecting all of your valuable assets inside the building.
Read our answers to commonly asked questions pertaining to maintenance. To learn more about commercial and industrial roof maintenance in Cleveland, Ohio, simply fill out the form on this page and a member of our team will be in touch with you. Or, you may call us at 440.946.2233.
Commercial and Industrial Roof Maintenance Frequently Asked Questions
- What is the value of an annual preventive maintenance and repair maintenance contract?
- What is the difference between maintenance agreements and warranties?
- What should I look for in a maintenance crew?
Professional roofing contractors, designers and manufacturers all agree that an annual roof system inspection, including necessary wear and tear repairs, will prolong the life of your commercial or industrial building’s roof. An annual maintenance and repair program will save your company thousands of dollars and greatly lessen the chances of a devastating roof catastrophe.
When you have an annual commercial roof maintenance agreement from your professional roofer, you don’t have to worry about remembering to call for your inspections—it’s all on us. We’ll schedule the inspections ahead of time, always letting you know when the inspections will take place at your convenience.
What is the difference between maintenance agreements and warranties?
When we issue a warranty, it comes directly from the manufacturer. Once a new roof is installed, the manufacturer sends a representative out to the site to conduct a full inspection. If anything needs to be adjusted, the professional roofing contractor does it at that time. Your repairs should be made at no cost to you. (The only exception would be damage due to outside forces, such as a tree limb puncturing a membrane, or damage caused by an HVAC crew. Still, your roofer can make the repairs.)
Manufacturer warranties require periodic maintenance with repairs at the owner’s expense to maintain the warranty. If the manufacturer receives a call about a problem with the roof, their first call will be to your commercial roofer to find out if your company has been conducting regular maintenance.
For more information, read:
- Maintenance Agreements vs. Roof Warranties: Which Offers Greater Protection?
- Does My New Commercial Roof Need Maintenance?
What should I look for in a maintenance crew?
Not only is a yearly preventive maintenance and repair program important, but the contractor you choose to work with is also paramount to the life expectancy of your roof. Roberts Roofing Company, a qualified, experienced commercial roofing contractor, has maintenance crews that hold up-to-date certification in roofing repair technique and training.
Experienced, Reliable Crews
Roberts Roofing offers:
- Professional maintenance crews who are knowledgeable in all types of roof systems, including TPO, BUR and EPDM
- Maintenance and repair crews who are separate from our general roofing crews
- Maintenance technicians who are trained and experienced in investigating potential problems that will cause roof leaks in the future. They know what to look for and how to repair the problem according to the roofing system manufacturer’s specifications.
For more information, read: What Should I Expect During Commercial Roof Maintenance?
To learn more about commercial and industrial roofing maintenance contracts at Roberts Roofing, simply fill out the form on this page and a member of our team will be in touch with you. Or, you may call us at 440.946.2233.