To develop the best strategy for roof management of your commercial property, be ready to answer the following questions your commercial roofing contractor may ask.
Q: What are your plans for the property?
Tell your roofing contractor how long you intend to keep the building. Do you plan to sell the building in a few years? Letting your contractor know about the time frame you have in mind will help in determining the roof management strategy of the property.
Q: What is the purpose of the building?
The roof management of a property that houses offices will be different from one that houses expensive machines. When your commercial roofing contractors know what the roof system needs to protect, they will be able to develop an appropriate roof management for the property.
Q: What is the history of your current roofing system?
Gather as much information about your roof and inform your contractor about them. This may include:
The date the roof was installed
The manufacturer and warranty information
The company that installed the roof
Maintenance records and photos
Problems that have occurred in the past that you may know about
Q: What is your budget?
Reputable commercial roof repair companies will recommend roof management strategies based on your financial capacity.
Q: What renovations are you planning for the property?
You must inform your contractor if you have any plans to put additions or modify any part of the building including the interior. Any modifications will impact the roofing system. Your contractor may advise you to postpone major work on your roof until the construction is done, or at the very least, any work will be coordinated with all of your contractors.
For your commercial roofing needs, you can trust Larry Walty Roofing and Guttering Inc. Our services include commercial and residential roof repair, roof replacement, siding installation, window replacement, concrete works, and painting.
Call us today at (316) 733-2843 or fill out our contact form to get started. We serve clients in Andover, KS, and nearby communities.