Professional roofers can do more for your roof than simply provide you with a roof estimate when you need replacements. Most roofing companies offer a maintenance agreement service to help keep your roofing system in good shape all year long. This can be especially helpful for property owners managing a commercial roof as it eliminates the need to remember important appointments for your roof maintenance.
Building a commercial roof management strategy can be challenging. Thankfully, our experts at American Roofing & Construction, LLC offer the following tips to help you get started on a system that will keep your commercial roof in good condition.
The Initial Meeting
Setup a meeting with your roofing contractor to discuss the details of your maintenance agreement. During this time, feel free to ask all the questions you might have about the process. If you have any information or documentation about your roofing system, this is also the time to give them to your roofer. The most important things you can share with your roofer are the age, material, manufacturer and warranty coverage of your roof.
Setting the Goals
Your roofer can help you strategize a better maintenance plan if you have a clear goal in mind. Are you looking to maintain your roof to make the most of its life span, or are you keeping everything in tip-top shape to ensure the safety and security of your building and what’s inside it? If your roofer knows what your roof is meant to protect, they can provide you with an effective plan to ensure that your roof does not suddenly fail.
Some managers prefer a hands on approach on their roof replacement and maintenance while others would rather leave all the work to the pros. Feel free to tell your roofers the level of involvement you want in your new commercial roofing strategy.
At American Roofing & Construction, LLC, we are your leading provider of roof repair and maintenance services. Give us a call at (251) 379-9712 for Mobile residents and (205) 223-2469 for Birmingham. You may also fill out our contact form to schedule a consultation and request a free estimate today.