You don’t need to quickly resort to roof replacement if your commercial roof has been damaged. Generally, minor issues can be addressed with repairs. But if your roof has extensive damage, restoration might be a viable solution. Roof replacement is often reserved for severe cases of roof damage.
A reliable contractor will walk you through these options. To give you an idea about the three Rs of commercial roofing, Superior Roofing shares more information in this post.
A commercial roof repair is useful for the least amount of roofing damage. For example, repairs for leaking roofs would only require a section or seam to be removed before the roofers can attach patches that will stop water infiltration.
Roof repair is also commonly done during roof maintenance when roofers detect minor issues that can be easily fixed. These repairs are helpful in maintaining your roof’s performance, and you can expect your contractor to provide a comprehensive report on your roof’s condition afterward.
Roof restoration is ideal for addressing roof damage after a storm. For example, if the seams of your roof got torn off by the storm, roof restoration could be enough to fix the damage. With roof restoration, you can keep all your existing roofing materials intact and only remove damaged seams and replace them with new ones.
A commercial property roof must have suffered significant damage or wear and tear to require a full roof replacement. Roof replacement involves removing all damaged and functional materials before the roofers can install a new roof over the underlayment.
Superior Roofing offers only the best commercial roof services. We ensure quality workmanship for every job we handle. Call us at (706) 322-9032 (Columbus), (334) 298-5253 (Phenix City) or (334) 821-8411 (Auburn). You can also fill out our contact form to request a quote.