Roof maintenance can save you money in the long run.
Just like you would routinely change your car oil before the engine fails, you should offer your roof the same routine maintenance.
Routine roof maintenance is tailored for each building. Even on newer roofs, the roof should be periodically inspected at least once per year. On older roofs the inspection cycle may be as often as two, three or even four times per year. This maintenance cycle will vary based on the age and condition of your roofs.
We provide routine roof maintenance in the entire Illinois area, including Chicago and surrounding states. Contact us for pricing and to setup a maintenance schedule.
With the routine roof maintenance program, you have the option of selecting either free semi-permanent repairs (sealant and roof mastic), or permanent repairs billed on a time and material basis. The semi permanent repairs will stop water intrusion for a short time and often need to be rejuvenated from time to time. Permanent repairs will last for years to come!
We maintain all roofing system types on commercial, industrial, and multi-family properties.
When is a good time for roof maintenance?
Typically Illinois Roof Inspections would visit your properties once in the spring and again in the fall. In Illinois, it is typically the weather than ruins our roofs. That is why it is important to inspect the roofs before the snow fall but again after the snow.
What if my roof leaks between roof maintenance cycles?
We would gladly visit your property and repair the roof as necessary if it leaks between maintenance cycles. Also, as an effort to keep your roofing expenses within your budget we can expedite your next maintenance cycle and substitute this leak call for your next maintenance inspection.
What items are inspected and maintained?
During a maintenance inspection the certified roofing technician will inspect any exposed areas of the roof, inspect each exposed seam, and each penetration through the roof. These are the areas roofs commonly fail. Also, we will inspect around your roof access points and HVAC units as these areas are also prone to mechanical damage from foot traffic. Drainage areas on the roof are also inspected and cleared of any debris which may have accumulated.