Fort Lauderdale Commercial Roof Repair
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South Florida businesses rely on their commercial buildings’ roofing systems to protect their operations from many environmental factors. Moisture, excessive sun, tropical storms, heat, hurricanes, excessive rains, and plenty of other potentially damaging elements wreak havoc on exteriors, after all, and greater Fort Lauderdale firms also want their roofs to keep air-conditioned air in all summer long and heated air in during the chilly winter months.
The worst thing a company can do in a dynamic, diverse climate like south Florida is work with a commercial roofing provider that is not known for its high-quality services. Some firms offer low prices but provide subpar results, while others charge an arm and a leg for work that isn’t of the highest caliber.
Rather than rolling the dice on the type of provider you contracting for your commercial roofing needs, why not go with south Florida’s go-to for commercial roofing installation, maintenance and repair? The team at Tornado Roofing & Contracting has been providing expert roofing services for more than 20 years, and most of our new business comes from word-of-mouth referrals. Best of all, we provide exceptional service and top-quality results at affordable prices that won’t break the bank.
Punctured Membrane Systems
Flat roofing requires a membrane to keep water outside where it belongs. Punctures to that membrane can result in hundreds of gallons of water pouring into your business and potentially wrecking your operations.
Chimneys, skylights, and vents all require water-tight flashing around them to help keep their seams moisture-free. If you start experiencing leaks when it rains, it might be time for a flashing replacement.
Replacement Roof Shingles
Shingles come loose and fall off your company’s roof, sometimes from a rough weather pattern and sometimes just due to general wear and tear. Having them replaced quickly prevents water from seeping into those empty places, thereby also mitigating other potential moisture damage-related problems.
Vents & Vent Boots
Various roof types require specialized different boots near the flashing around air vents and other vents to prevent water leaks. A professional commercial roofing services contractor will know which ones are right to keep your roofing materials water tight.
Gutters can funnel multiple gallons of water per second, and therefore need to be clean and clear if they’re going to direct rain water away from your building, help prevent damage to its foundation, and protect the surrounding pavements.
Fascia Board Damage
Fascia boards support your roofing system along its rafters to help distribute the weight of the roof, but weather other climate factors can damage them over time — or during one particularly strong pattern. They must occasionally be replaced by a professional commercial roofing services team to keep your business’ roof safe and sound.
Mold & Mildew Growth
When water seeps into your building or collects under your roof, you’re basically asking for mold and mildew. Both create problems for your roof and building’s overall safety, but mold can also create health problems for employees.