Roof Maintenance Services
Our roof maintenance services explained
To stay on top of routine maintenance and catch any issues before they become major problems, scheduling inspections every 6 months is essential. Factors to consider when determining the frequency of inspections include the age of the roof, recent weather events, rooftop foot traffic, and conditions identified during previous inspections. By taking these factors into account, you can better assess the needs of your roof and ensure that any issues are addressed in a timely manner. This regular inspection schedule will help you save time and money in the long run.
What is a “Maintenance Map” ?
Firstly we conduct a roof survey and produce a condition report highlighting potential areas of concern using a traffic light system. Green – good serviceable condition, Amber – For us to monitor further Red – requires immediate attention.
What We Do
- We look for signs of previous leaks or other problems to make sure that repairs have remained intact. Then monitor any areas deemed to be in danger of failing with our “maintenance map”.
- A clean roof eliminates leaves and other materials that have a tendency to hold moisture, which can speed up the break down of the roofing materials.
- Monitor nearby trees, checking if leaves are gathering on the roof and clogging drains and gutters and also clear them of leaves, twigs, and other debris that will prevent proper drainage and Check if the gutters are sufficiently secure.
- Inspect rooftop vents and roof lights to make sure they are well sealed. Replacement may be necessary if the area is badly damaged or if vents can move.
One size doesn’t fit all
We understand that when it comes to creating a roof maintenance plan, a one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t work. That’s why we collaborate with you and your existing maintenance team to carry out a comprehensive maintenance survey and develop an action plan that meets your specific needs.
Why is maintenance important
As the first line of defence, the roof protects your building from various natural hazards like wind, rain, fire, hail, ice, snow, and extreme heat. However, it is also the most vulnerable part of your building, as it is daily exposed to the elements. This exposure can contribute to the roof’s decay, ultimately increasing the risk of damage to the roof and the contents of the building. To ensure that your roof remains in top condition, we invite you to take a look at our roof maintenance blog HERE.
Develop a maintenance plan.
Whatever type of roof you have you can be sure we have the knowledge and expertise to provide a thorough and cost effective roof maintenance program. The best way to avoid roof-related problems and strengthen weather resistance is through regular care and preventive maintenance.
A warranty doesn’t completely protect you.
Warranties may not provide the expected security to your roof. Manufacturers include exceptions in their warranties, which can limit their value. Moreover, some warranties become invalid if the installation is not done correctly. To keep the warranty active, manufacturers usually require periodic professional inspections or inspections after major weather events. If you fail to provide proof of regular maintenance, you may face difficulties making a claim.
Nationwide Coverage With Outstanding Service
Covering the UK and Northern Ireland, we provide the best possible service with fully accredited and guaranteed technicians.