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SOUTHEASTERN ROOFING: KNOWLEDGE CENTER

When It’s Time To Replace Your Commercial Roof

Although there are many different types of commercial roofing (TPO, EPDM, Mod Bit, etc..), every building owner’s first question as they walk through a property seems to be “how old is the roof?”

They ask this for a couple of reasons.

  1. They want to be sure the building is structurally sound for any possible tenant or use
  2. They don’t want to be on the hook for the cost of a faulty roofing system!

 At Southeastern Roofing, we generally recommend you have your roof inspected every 6 months to one year. This generally gives every building owner peace of mind when it comes to their property as well as the opportunity to be proactive about any issues that may be occurring and stop them in their tracks! As many owners can tell you a repair is a lot less costly than a replacement.

Every 10-15 years, a replacement is recommended though (obviously depending on your roof type!). Our trained commercial team can assess damage and the longevity of any roof or building. Most of our staff has extensive structural knowledge in the construction of not only the roof, but the building’s framework in general- because we believe everything ties in so closely so we want to be prepared for any scale of damage.

At Southeastern Roofing, we have the resources between our Commercial & Reconstruction divisions that we can identify, mitigate, and reconstruct all types of properties. Due to our staff’s continuous and ongoing training, we truly provide a top quality analysis on any roofing/building issues that may be present.

We understand the importance of keeping your building watertight, but also work with property management companies and general contractors alike to meet any necessary budgetary requirement and specification through pivoting industry-old practices and attaining actionable solutions

Still have questions?

Give us a call at 470-228-0766 or send us a message and we will be happy to help.

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