Commercial Roof Leak Repair

Commercial Roof Leak Repair

Roberts Roofing Company performs year-round emergency commercial roof leak repair during or after inclement weather. Our professional crews are trained to repair all types of roofing systems and carry the proper materials and equipment to service your roof. Roberts Roofing has many clients who utilize our leak repair crews and have us inspect their roofs after severe storms or catastrophes, such as fire or other calamities.

All leak calls are handled by a competent, experienced coordinator who logs your information into our computer system and dispatches the call to one of our trained and reliable leak repair crews. If you have a roofing emergency, we can dispatch them at a moment’s notice to leave a low-priority repair for your high-priority needs. Our office has an answering machine that is monitored hourly on weekends and evenings during severe weather.

Read on for more answers to commonly asked commercial roof leak questions. To learn more about commercial and industrial roof leak repair 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 440-373-1301

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Commercial Roof Leaks Frequently Asked Questions

What causes roofs to leak?

Unused equipment on your roof is usually the source of roof leaks. Roberts Roofing Company is able to remove the equipment, properly repair the structural deck and install the roofing manufacturer’s specified material. In the event you need to add stacks, vents or new HVAC units to your facility, Roberts Roofing Company has the ability to properly seal these penetrations according to industry standards. We will also install roof drains with piping and commercial grade gutters, downspouts and scupper boxes.

Another leading cause of commercial roof leaks is our region’s widely fluctuating weather patterns. For example, constant freeze/thaw patterns can lead to trapped moisture in seams that can eventually cause leaks. A thorough inspection by an experienced commercial roofer can reveal loose or deteriorated flashing, split membranes and other damage from debris, such as tree branches.

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