Commercial and industrial roofs are built to last anywhere from 15 to 30 years. So why bother with a roof maintenance agreement? Let’s say you buy a car that should last at least 10 years or 100,000 miles. If you never change the oil or schedule maintenance according to your owner’s manual, would you still expect your car to live its full life expectancy?
As a building owner, we know you have competing priorities to make sure everything is running as efficiently as possible. If you also have a business to run, it can be easy to overlook the roof that’s over your head. Take our quick quiz to learn how much you know.
It’s a new year. Did you make some personal resolutions about the year ahead? Likely, your roof was not at the top of that list! However, when you consider the investment you have put into your building, not to mention the contents, there are good reasons to become better acquainted with the flat roof that protects your business.
Now that snow is already falling in Northeast Ohio, you may be focused on keeping your commercial building warm and the walkways clear. You may not have your roof in mind—after all, you either had roofing professionals out to repair, replace or inspect your roof, or you plan to do so in the spring. But did you ever wonder what roofers do in the winter?