Commercial Property Management Plan - Richmond VA
Ensuring your commercial roofing system remains in good condition begins with a property management plan. The expert roofing contractors for Midlothian, VA at J. King DeShazo Roofing can help you customize a plan each year that fits your property’s needs and budget. Regular maintenance extends the life of a roof and protects your investment.
A healthy and attractive property and a commercial roof that’s well maintained are good for business, of course. They are part of your company’s reputation.
DeShazo Roofing brings a comprehensive approach to the work in addition to our reputation as expert roofing contractors. We can discuss key dates for spring and fall clean-up, and assess needs for roof cleaning in any season. We can also restore the appearance of a previously-neglected property.
We’ll work with you to create a maintenance plan that suits your property’s specific needs and adjustments for the seasons. DeShazo Roofing provides property maintenance specialized to the customer’s needs
Keeping your roof healthy and fully functional is essential to ensuring the protection of your home and family from the weather. In addition to regular cleaning, you should have your home's roof inspected at least every 3 to 5 years by the professional roofers of DeShazo Roofing.
If you suspect your roof may have been damaged in a storm or by falling debris call DeShazo Roofing right away for a damage assessment inspection that could help prevent a minor problem from becoming a major expense.
After years of being exposed to the weather a roofing system can start to wear and break down. Curling, peeling, warping and eventual disintegration of roof shingles, splitting wood or worn tiles, or rusting metal panels and flashing can lead to permanent damage to your roof and, eventually, serious damage to the overall structure of your home.
Here are just a few of the things the professional roofers of DeShazo Roofing look for when inspecting a roof:
• Missing, loose or worn shingles or tiles
• Discoloration of roofing shingles or panels
• Rust spots or loose seams on metal roofs
• Worn membranes or bare patches on commercial roofs
• Granules from shingles collecting in gutters
• Loose flashing in valleys or around chimneys or vents
• Blocked roof vents
• Mold growth
• Staining on exterior walls
• Stains or dampness on underside of roof decking
• Loose or leaking gutters
• Blocked downspouts