If you own a multifamily or commercial property with a damaged roof, your first priority should be to find a licensed, insured, and experienced contractor who can fix the damage before it has a chance to spread. Unfortunately, a number of contractors are only able to perform work on certain types of roofs. A contractor who is skilled at repairing the flat roofs normally found on commercial properties may struggle on the pitched roofs of multifamily properties, such as apartments, condominiums, and townhomes. And although a contractor may claim to be able to perform work on your property, it in no way guarantees that they will employ the proper techniques or materials needed to repair your roof.
When you contact Aderhold Roofing Corporation for multifamily pitched or
commercial flat roof repair in Tampa, you’re getting a contractor who has experience working on all types of roofs. No matter the size or slope of your roof, we’ve got you covered.
No Two Roofs Are Alike
Your roof may be drastically different from that of a neighboring roof. Of course, a growing leak isn’t going to care about the type of roof it’s affecting. Here are just a few other issues that could be present on your roof:
Not only can we repair all of the above issues, but we can also prevent many of them from occurring with regular inspections and maintenance. Regardless of the type of roof, we have the tools and talent to work on it. However, there are instances where multifamily pitched or
- Flat Roofs: base flashing lap, base flashing split, blisters or cracks in the roofing membrane, cold weld, standing water
- Pitched Roofs: missing, splitting, or shrinking shingles or tiles; loss of roof granules
- Both: clogged scupper, gutters, or drains; holes; standing water; pest damage, poor repairs or construction; poor ventilation
commercial roof replacement is the only measure capable of addressing roof damage. Fortunately, our services are not limited to just repair and maintenance.
Multifamily and Commercial Roof Replacement in Tampa
Nobody wants to hear that they need to have their entire roof replaced, but sometimes it’s the only way to prevent structural damage and ensure that tenants and residents are safe. If your roof has reached the end of its lifespan, the best thing you can do is to invest in a new roof installed by an insured and licensed contractor who won’t hesitate when they hear about your type of roof.
Too often, roofing contractors will agree to work on a roof that they have no business being on. This is something we can’t abide by at Aderhold Roofing. We pride ourselves on being capable of performing work on both multifamily and commercial properties. If you’re searching for roof repair or replacement, trust in Aderhold Roofing, the licensed, insured, and experienced roofing company that can do it all.
To speak with a professional about commercial flat roof repair in Tampa, or to schedule a consultation, please submit our contact request form.
Disclaimer: The information contained in this article is for general educational information only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional counsel.