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Commercial Roof Inspection
Top Rated Commercial Roof Inspection in New Jersey
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Interested in making your roof last up to 30% longer? Have it regularly inspected and maintained. Statistics show that a well-managed roof will have an increased lifespan. When you consider the investment of a new roof/roof replacement, there are no question inspections and maintenance is an investment worth making!
Your roof stands sentinel against the unending attacks of weather. Rain, sleet, snow, wind, freezing, rain, and even UV radiation all pummel it relentlessly.
Regardless of the type of roofing system you have, eventually, the damage will occur. Depending on the size, location, and severity of the damage, you may not even be aware of it until water is leaking into your building, putting your safety, inventory, and even business in jeopardy.
For commercial buildings we recommend routine roof inspections twice a year, once in Spring and again in Autumn. This allows time to address damage caused by the severe winter weather and an opportunity to ensure everything remains water-tight before the next round of storms begins.
What We Look For
When a commercial roof inspection is performed, some of the most important things to look for include:
Early detection of roof deficiencies can make it possible to render repairs and extend the life of your roofing system. Should repairs be fiscally inappropriate, other remedies such as restoration or replacement can be addressed prior to roof failure and potential structural damage.
For more information on our roof inspection services, or to schedule your inspection, please call us at (732) 972-3770. We look forward to partnering with you to keep your roof in prime condition year-around.
Types of Roof Inspections
There are different types of roof inspections that are appropriate for commercial buildings. Though the inspection itself remains unchanged, the information to be obtained changes.
- Regular, scheduled inspections. These are your twice-a-year inspections. The purpose is the identification of damage and the appropriate steps to be taken to remedy any defect or deficiency. Partnering with Executive Roofing Systems and their preventative maintenance programs makes these simple and convenient.
Additionally, regular scheduled roof inspections serve as a baseline for identifying when damage occurs as well as proof of maintenance, should an insurance claim become necessary in the future.
- Weather-Related inspections. These are more specialized inspections that you should have completed after any significant adverse weather event. Not only does it give you an opportunity to identify if any damage occurred, but this inspection also allows you to file a timely insurance claim, if appropriate.
Your insurance carrier has time limitations regarding the filing of a claim for roof damage. Waiting until the roof begins to leak may make it impossible to prove the weather event caused the damage or could even delay filing until the claim is no longer valid.
- Buy/Sale Inspections. Unlike other types of roof inspection, this is conducted as a part of a buy/sale transaction and is not looking at the damage for direct repair. Instead, this inspection assesses the current condition of the roof and its protective system, with an eye to determining appropriate pricing of the building, or appropriate offers if the client is a buyer.
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