Commercial Roofing

Commercial Roofing at Fort Lauderdale It’s vital to hire the right contractor for the job at hand. Improper repairs to your commercial roofing may shorten the life span of a flat roof by allowing the issue to worsen. Over the course of time, a poorly repaired roof may result in more damage and extensive repairs.

Here at Fort Lauderdale Roofing, we offer friendly professional services that with experts that can quickly assess the situation and make the proper recommendations to prevent further damage. Our highly trained staff are all here to help you with your roofing needs. We use only the latest equipment and top quality materials. We know all of the latest techniques for commercial roofing repairs for both commercial and residential roofs. We back all of our repairs with a two-year warranty and if there is an issue, we’ll return and do the task again at no additional fee to the client.

There are two contributing factors in the loss or life of a commercial flat styled roof. With no maintenance and water drainage issues, more damage will occur.

Commercial Roofing at Fort LauderdaleWe use a proactive approach to prevent further damage. By using preventative maintenance on your roof, we can prevent further damage and expand the life expectancy of your roof. We work to identify the issues to help reduce the damage to your roof from water infiltration and we can help to prolong the life of your roof by making the repairs before they are serious. If minor issues aren’t addressed, they can do serious damage in a matter of hours.

Fort Lauderdale Roofing works to help resolve such issues by installing rooftop drainage systems and sacrificial sheet to the areas that require such solutions.

Thermal Shock is the reference that is used in the commercial roofing industry to explain expansion and contraction that all roofs undergo. Roofing materials will expand and contract differently over the course of time. This, in turn, may compromise the integrity of the roof, the seals and the transitions as well as the metal flashings.

In summer months, roof temperatures can exceed 180 degrees Fahrenheit. In just 10 minutes, a rain shower may rapidly decrease that temperature and then the sun returns which results in thermal shock.

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