We, at Chase Roofing, stand ready to perform any necessary roofing repairs. Residential roofing repair often allows us to showcase our abilities to correct common problems left behind by a home’s original builder. In the case of commercial roofing repair, we are aware of the many causes of problems that result from standing water, roof neglect and much more.
Repairs can include replacement of broken or missing tiles and shingles, repairs of small or large leaks, emergency post hurricane/storm repairs, roof painting and repairs to the fascia and drip-edge of your roofing. We also repair and replace gutters, provide waterproofing coatings (See Roof Coatings) and maintain your roofing in a wide variety of ways.
There are many reasons why roofs fail. Blisters are the most common problem and occur when a gas, usually water vapor becomes trapped between the plies and the insulation of generally asphalt roofing. Open laps in either the field membrane or the flashings are another common problem that usually occur when the installer failed to apply adhesive properly or some other failure in preparation of the roofing materials being utilized.
Splitting occurs when a metal accessory is flashed with a membrane material and temperature or other changes occur. Punctures are the most preventable and result from people walking on the roof or because of storm debris. Penetrations, wrinkles, flashings, surfacings, fasteners, abuse and neglect cover most of the other reasons for roofing failure.
Repair and preventive maintenance can extend the life of your existing roof for a fraction of the cost of reroofing. Maintenance programs often prevent the cost of special assessments and also lower the CAM charges on commercial and industrial buildings. Consult your tax professional because the IRS rules state that maintenance are considered operating expenses which allows the business owner to deduct the entire expense the year of the repair.
Chase is qualified to address all of these to repair your roofing from the replacement of missing shingles to a complete repair that requires the removal of all existing roofing material down to the wood decking to guarantee that the roofing problem is corrected. Call us today for all of your roof repair requirements.
-Steven J. Getter, Commercial Service Manager
Chase Roofing, 954-213-2592
Chase Roofing Online