Although when installing a SureCoatRoof System you are cutting out the worry for you and your clients, by not including a routine roof maintenance inspection you are not letting the roof live up to its full potential.
No matter how secure your SureCoat roof is, it will still get dirty. Cleaning it every year will improve the reflectivity and also give you an opportunity to inspect the roof from damage done by other contractors, such as new penetrations from Solar, HVAC, Plumbing or Electrical Contractors; perhaps some clogged or improper drainage you need to address. SureCoat can withstand ponding water but it’s still not good for a roof to have it up there. If it’s not leaking your client might not know they have water standing on their roof with all the additional weight it adds to a structure.
Think about this. When you complete a job, file away the contract and forget about it, you are filing away an opportunity. The opportunity to cement a relationship with your client, the opportunity to catch damage before it creates problems and the opportunity to create steady work and income for your company.
Offering a roof maintenance program gives your client the confidence to know that their contractor will be around for the next 5, 10, 15 years and that you are willing to stand behind the roof you installed.
Download our Roof Systems Warranty Maintance Requirements Page which will be a huge help in setting up your own roof maintenance program.
There are many ways to proceed with a roof maintenance program, but anyway you do it, there is nothing but benefits for you and your clients.