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Types of Commercial Roofing Systems
Modified Bitumen Roofing
Standing Seam Metal
Know the Signs of a Failing Commercial Roof
When you choose us for your commercial roof installation or replacement, we’ll start by performing a thorough inspection of your existing roof. This will help us to determine the best course of action in terms of materials and installation techniques. We’ll share our findings with you and explain the advantages of each commercial roofing system. No matter which material you end up choosing, you can count on us to complete your installation flawlessly.
How do you know when it’s time to replace the roof of your commercial building? As a business owner, you have a lot on your plate and on your mind from day to day, and your roof probably isn’t something you spend much time thinking about. However, keeping your roof in good condition is vital for maintaining safe, code-compliant premises. Here are a few clear signs it’s time to call your local roofing professionals:
- Your roof leaks frequently: A leaky roof is something no business owner ever wants to have to deal with. Leaks can create unsafe working conditions for employees, eat up time and resources, and affect the overall comfort of everyone in the building. If you find yourself preparing buckets and signage every time it rains, get in touch with NoCo Pro Roofing, LLC. Our experts can quickly identify the source of the leak and determine whether your roof needs to be replaced.
Your roof is more than 40 years old: If your building is approaching the four-decade mark and still has its original roof, we highly recommend having it professionally inspected. There’s a chance that your roof could have sustained damage without you even realizing it, and it’s even possible that the materials used to construct the roof may no longer be up to code. An experienced commercial roofer can accurately assess the condition of your roof and let you know if it has reached the end of its lifespan.
Your heating and cooling costs have risen: Your roof plays an important role in insulating your building, sealing in the air distributed by your HVAC system and keeping the indoor temperature comfortable year-round. If your heating or cooling bill has been significantly higher than normal, there’s a good chance your roof is allowing the air to escape, thus causing your HVAC units to work overtime.