Any business owner knows how much of an investment a commercial building can be, let alone one that is reliable, well-maintained, and durable. Renting or purchasing a commercial building is no easy task, especially when you are looking for something that will not require a lot of Phoenix roof repairs right from the start. Poor roof maintenance or improper new roof installation during the original construction will all lead to continual damages and issues in the future that will slowly chip away at your business profits. This is definitely not something any business owner needs, whether they are just starting out or have been operating for decades. To avoid this situation happening to you, read ahead to learn about some common commercial roofing problems and ways to deal with them.

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Landscape

While trees surrounding your commercial building create an inviting visual appeal, any Phoenix roofing contractor will tell you how important it is to keep up with the landscaping of those trees. Any overgrown branches or dead sticks hanging over your tile roofing or shingle roofing can scrape against your roof and begin causing damages. Windstorms or any other weather elements that make the tree branches bounce around can cause punctures, broken tiles, or even scrape shingles completely off. If you are having issues with the surrounding landscape but want to avoid cutting down those trees due to their eye-catching beauty, trim the branches to an acceptable length. You could also contact a Phoenix roofing company near you to ask if they can help with regular maintenance on those branches overhanging your roof.

Organic Matter

Any residential roof or commercial roof will inevitably begin to collect debris, dirt, and other organic matter. Summer storms in Phoenix especially have the potential to sweep up sticks, leaves, bits of plastic, or other remains onto your commercial roof and gutters. Not only does this look unkempt and unprofessional, but when debris accumulates it can restrict water drainage, which will cause mold and mildew to grow, plus cause massive leaks or rotting. While some of these damages can be repaired, once mold or rotting sets in the most financially savvy option is to have a Phoenix re-roofing job done by a reputable contractor. This is less than ideal, so the best way to avoid all these issues is consistent roof cleanup and maintenance, especially following a storm.

Improper Installation

Poor installation in the first place can cause the most damages of all, right from the start. When you hire a highly-rated, reputable Phoenix roofing company to do the initial roof installation, you can be assured that quality materials will be used and the job will be well done. Improper installation of tiles or shingles will lead to small leaks (and eventually bigger leaks), along with missing shingles and an overall uneven look. If your commercial roof has been poorly installed, it may be worth the investment to remove the faulty roof and install an entirely new one. Though it is a big expense, it will save you time, money, and headache in the future.

Missing Pieces

Lastly, any missing shingles or tiles on your roof will certainly look unprofessional and deteriorated. If customers see a roof that is missing pieces or has accumulated large amounts of debris in the corners, they have every reason to assume you will put the same minimal effort into them as your client. Not only is this bad for business, but it will also lead to roof leaks and large investments into damage control long-term. If you come across any missing or broken shingles or tiles while performing a roof inspection, be sure to call your reliable Phoenix roofing contractor immediately so the problem can be repaired.

Allstate Roofing is a family-owned roofing business that has been operating for over 25 years and is committed to excellence with every roofing job we do. Between roof repair services, ventilation repair, leak sealing, and re-roofing projects, Allstate Roofing is educated and up-to-date on the most current techniques and materials. If you have any questions about maintenance or repairs on your Phoenix commercial roof, call our experts today and let us assess your situation and provide a free estimate!

 

Chad Thomas, Owner of Allstate RoofingPublished By:

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Phoenix, AZ 85017

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