Protect Your Roof With a Maintenance Plan

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Benefits of a Roof Maintenance Plan

Many companies put together a maintenance plan for their commercial building. If your company’s maintenance plan does not factor in roof repairs, you may be setting yourself up for problems down the road.

Help Your Company Save Money

Over time, your roof takes a beating from heat and rain. At Rain Man Roofing, we know that small issues may quickly become large ones if you do not catch them early. Severe roof damage may also result in structural damage to your building. You may need to replace your roof entirely if it is no longer possible to make repairs, as well as fix the underlying structure. These repairs can be costly and may easily take up your entire maintenance budget. 

Additionally, you may need to close your business while we put on your new roof. This can cause your company to lose income.

Prevent Serious Problems

You should also design a roof maintenance plan so that you can identify future problems. If you regularly inspect your roof, you will notice cracks, damaged flashing, and leaks before they can cause much damage. Our team can perform preventative maintenance so that you can fix these problems and prevent further damage. You may want to have your roof inspected every quarter so you can catch issues as soon as possible.

Increase the Lifespan of Your Roof

Preventative maintenance also allows your roof to last longer. All roofing materials have an estimated lifespan, and with regular and timely maintenance, your roof may exceed the estimated lifespan. Regular maintenance also ensures that your roof always complies with Arizona and California building codes.

Are you ready to create a maintenance plan for your roof? At Rain Man Roofing, we can help you identify areas you should include in this plan and establish a maintenance schedule. To get started, give us a call at 623-888-8740.

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