Our Roof Maintenance plans protect and prolong the life of your roof by providing predictable roof expenses and lowering costs with roof maintenance and valid warranties.
Against extreme weather, your roof is the first line of defense. Every day your roof is exposed to elements, contributing to decay and deterioration. These environmental factors include wind, hail, rain, and sun. Routine inspections, maintenance, and repair should be a part of your operational planning.
Our maintenance plans typically include the following:
- Check your roof for damage and note any areas to monitor
- Clean your roof of debris
- Maintain roof condition
- Report all completed work
Restoration Coatings always offers a no-obligation consultation and inspection, allowing you to be proactive instead of reactive when protecting your roofing assets.
Yearly inspections reduce the possibility of production delays, inventory loss, and safety hazards. It is essential to stay educated on the current condition of your facility, giving property managers time to budget for the capital expenditure of replacement.
Visiting once in the fall and the spring, our technicians do the following:
- Secure Equipment
Check all rooftop equipment like air conditioning units, ducts, vents, and skylights. These must be monitored as they can be a source of leaks that could cause damage. High winds can occur in any season, and securing rooftop equipment is vital.
- Tears, Splits, and Punctures
Check for cracks, gaps, and missing parts in the material. Moisture can cause long-term damage, and our technicians will inspect for tears, splits, and punctures in the roof and make appropriate repairs.
Clean and inspect blockage to keep your roof leak-free.
- Ponding Water
Address ponding or standing water issues, creating slopes, or inserting drains to facilitate proper drainage.
- Check Flashing
Inspect and adequately seal roof-to-wall transitions around rooftop units, vents, and skylights.
Restoration Coating’s maintenance plan protects the integrity of your roof and extends its service life. It helps property owners and investors identify problems before they start, saving money.