Roofs are essential to the protection and integrity of your commercial facility. Regular cleaning and maintenance are needed to prolong their lifespan. However, the performance of your commercial roofing system can be compromised. And when this time comes, you’re faced with options of re-roofing, roof replacement, or roof restoration.
A roof restoration goes beyond just any roof repair. It looks at the roof as a whole and upgrades it all. It is a cost-effective project and an environmentally friendly alternative to roof replacement.
What’s involved in a roof restoration?
The whole process will give your roof years of additional life. It involves first, roof inspection and thorough cleaning of your roof. The real work begins with ridge capping and applying protective coatings that ensure your roof is kept clean and safe.
Why roof restoration?
Roof restoration is a great way to boost not only your building’s safety but also improve its aesthetic appeal. But, if you need more convincing, here are some benefits of roof restoration.
- To prevent damage and leaks
A roof restoration is a great way to ensure that every part of your roof is in excellent condition. Any broken tiles are removed and replaced and the roof will be covered with a sealant which will help to prevent damage and leaks for years.
Did you know that millions of tons of roofing wastes end up in landfills every year? Restoration is therefore the more environmentally friendly and sustainable choice because you don’t have to remove your existing roof.
- Extends your roof’s life
The average lifespan of a commercial roof is about 20years. If you choose to restore, you can add another 10 to 15 years, regular inspection and maintenance will undeniably help to save you money in the long run.