The life cycle of a roofing system can be significantly extended with a roof restoration. When a roofing system is still maintainable and has not reached the end of its service life, restoration can bring the roofing system to the original condition or better at a fraction of the cost of a new roof.
There are other benefits to a roof restoration besides the monetary savings. The elimination of the risk involved in a reroofing project is an important factor to consider, as well as the minimization of disruptions to the building occupants and operations.
I assist my clients in the evaluation of the existing roofing system to determine if it’s a good candidate for restoration. The right diagnostics are critical to the long term success of a restoration project.
Gravel roofs, modified bitumen roofs, either smooth or granule finished, single ply and metal roofs can be restored if done at the right time.