Debunking 5 Commercial Roof Repair Myths

Your commercial building comes with a lot of maintenance to keep everything running smoothly, but one of the most important features that protects everything inside is directly overhead: your commercial roof. When issues start to present themselves, a common myth that many people believe is that the only solution is to replace the roof entirely. Commercial roof repair is a viable option to breathe new life into your roof and is an option that you may not have considered. Here are five commercial roof repair myths debunked:

  • Myth #1: Commercial roof repairs are not worth the cost. Commercial roof repair can offer a worthwhile investment by extending the life of your roof long enough to justify the expense, rather than dealing with the larger upfront cost of a brand new roof.
  • Myth #2: A damaged roof is beyond saving. You might be surprised at how effective commercial roof repair can be when it comes to addressing any damage. Ask a roofing contractor to provide an assessment before jumping straight to quotes for a new roof.
  • Myth #3: It doesn’t matter who I hire to perform repairs. A seasoned roofing contractor with experience in performing commercial roof repair will be able to address issues more effectively and prevent future problems from occurring. Ensure you hire someone with experience to do the job right the first time, rather than potentially making the problem worse.
  • Myth #4: Repairs are the same everywhere. It’s best to hire professionals who live in your local area and best understand the local climate, since weather can have a dramatic effect on your commercial roof. They will know what type of materials to use and, in addition, they will understand the area’s local building codes.
  • Myth #5: My roof does not need maintenance. The best way to avoid commercial roof repair is through regular maintenance. Make your roof last by having it inspected annually.

If you are wondering whether you need commercial roof repair, contact us today to schedule an assessment.