Annual Roof Maintenance Program | Cool Roofing
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Cool Roofing Systems proposes an annual roof maintenance program as a cost-effective means to optimize your roof’s performance and minimize the possibility of roof failure and/or leaks. Each maintenance program is tailored to your structure’s need.

Our crews, working in teams of at least two for safety, will clean all roof surfaces from accumulated debris to facilitate roof membrane inspection and repairs if needed, flushing drain areas to inspect for proper water drainage.

After the roof is clean, a detailed inspection of the entire roof coating is performed. There are many penetrations on a roof, including equipment curbs, pipes, equipment wall legs, vents and drains. Each penetration will be inspected as well.

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After this inspection, the roof technicians will then pull a small cart with all the materials and tools necessary to perform the necessary repairs to the discovered defects, utilizing the appropriate technique and materials for that condition.

Special attention will be given to any ‘creative’ roof repairs, alterations and/or modifications performed by others (i.e. tenants, contractors, etc.) to insure that the integrity of the roof system has not been compromised.  All work shall be performed by our mechanics during our normal operating hours (7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. – Monday through Friday). All materials specified shall be used in conformance with sound trade practices.

Exclusions from the Scope of Maintenance Work

  • Damage caused by natural or manmade disasters including, but not limited to windstorms, earthquakes, hail, snow, fire, vandalism, lightning, burglary, and rainfall that exceeds the design of the roof system/building.
  • Roof-mounted HVAC or other abnormal use of the roof system by owners, tenants, or other contractors.
  • Improvements, modifications, or removal of mechanical equipment, penetrations, etc.
  • Structural failures including but no limited to, shifting, movement, cracks, settling of the deck or substrate, or nails backing out of the building. Defects in the structural integrity of the building, that includes membrane splitting, abnormal ponding of the roof.
  • Asbestos abatement, electrical, plumbing and existing or future mold.
  • Not responsible for blocked/clogged internal or underground drain lines.

Every roof will fail at some point. Why wait for the problem when you can prevent it? Join our Annual Maintenance Program and let us take that risk and burden.