Through this Preventative Maintenance Program, Haid Roofing’s goal is to increase the performance and longevity of your roof. Roof systems in this program include, but are not limited to:
BUR Roofs (tar & gravel)
Single Ply Roofs (EPDM, PVC, and TPO)
Spray Foam Roofs
All Preventative Maintenance Programs are tailored to meet the specific needs of the client.
Preventive maintenance is predetermined work
performed to a schedule with the aim of preventing
unusual wear and tear or sudden failure of the roof
system. The schedule typically consists of
semiannual inspections followed by an agreed
upon course of action. Inspections in the spring
and fall are ideal to assess the roof’s condition
after winter and summer have taken their toll.
A roof system is the first line of defense between the elements and the interior of the building.
Similar to any valuable asset, it should be properly maintained in order to maximize its life. If the asset is not maintained, life expectancy
can decrease dramatically. This program is comparable to the regular maintenance work completed on a vehicle to keep it functioning properly.
Maintenance decreases costs, protects assets, frees time, and is required to maintain roof system warranty term.
Roof Management Model
Return on Investment
|Roof square feet||20,000|
|Installed price @ $20.00/sq.ft.||$400,000|
|Expected life of 20 Years||$20,000 per year|
|Roof failure after 12 years due to lack of maintenance||$33,333 per year|
|Lost value (8 years @ $20,000)||$160,000|
|Return on investment||400%|
If the roof lasts two more years due to maintenance, the program will recoup all expenses.
How Does a Preventative Maintenance Program Help?
Facts & Statistics
Preventative maintenance consists of predicting potential problems. Some of these problems may already exist on a small scale and can be identified and addressed before they become larger and involve a more costly solution. The goal of preventative maintenance is to keep ahead of issues through less costly predictive maintenance versus the more costly reactive maintenance. A preventative maintenance program is ideal for roof systems with a current life span of five or more years. Roof systems expected to last less than five years can still be temporarily repaired while budgeting for full or partial replacement. Keep in mind that these temporary repairs differ from the long term permanent repairs associated with a preventative maintenance program. As preventive maintenance schedules are established, reactive work will begin to decline. The sooner the process is started, the sooner its benefits will be realized.
Building owners often rely on long-term warranties for protection but these warranties require scheduled inspections as a condition of the agreement. Manufacturer warranties assume no responsibility for routine maintenance. A warranty may become void unless regular roof maintenance is conducted and adequate records are maintained to prove that regular attention was provided for the roof.
We offer moisture mitigation solutions for concrete.
Our professional services will extend the life of your roof.