Veterinary Office Roof Replacement and Repair Throughout VT by Tenured Roofing Contractors at Castle Roofing
Quality, value, and affordability in your veterinary office roofing contractor for your VT veterinary office roof replacement and repair projects!
Veterinary Office roofing services including replacement and repair for the following cities and their surrounding towns; Rutland, Bennington, Springfield ,Manchester and Brattleboro, Vermont
When it comes to veterinary office roof replacement and roof repair for your VT veterinary office you need a commercial roofing contractor that can deliver quality, value and affordability in spades!
Veterinary Office Roofing Contractor Serving The Following VT Areas
- West Haven
- Fair Haven
- West Rutland
- West Windsor
- Middle Springs
- Mount Holly
- Mount Tabor
Commercial roofing projects come with them a unique set of challenges and considerations than those found with residential roofing replacement and repair. When it comes to veterinary office roof repair and replacement you need to ensure the roofing company contractor understands the requirements and considerations as they pertain to your veterinary office roof work.
Things to Consider When Repairing or Replacing Your Veterinary Office Roof
- Blockage of pathways and parking for patrons, employees and any residents of the property
- Safety for everyone from falling or static debris and ground based equipment hazards
- Downtime associated with the roofing project
- Cost of any delays in project completion
- Any potential lost revenue from downtime
- Maintaining of proper documentation if there is an insurance claim at hand
- Legal risk for the property owner, are all of the proper insurances and workers compensation in place regarding the roofing contractors employees and sub contracted vendors
- Understanding the project scope with regards to process and products so that you can ensure the roof will last to the manufacturers warranty limits
- Are the roofing contractors OSHA certified
- Have all of the payment terms and milestones been clearly defined
- Does the roofing contractor have project management processes in place with timelines
- Does the veterinary office roofing contractor have a warranty and guarantee statement pertaining to materials used and workmanship provided
As a Full Service Veterinary Office Roofing Contractor We Offer The Following Types of Roofing
- Flat roofing
As a Full Service Commercial Roofing Contractor We Provide Roofing Services to a Wide Variety of Commercial Enterprises Including
- Bus Stations
- Research Facilities
- Water Treatment Facilities
- Sewage Treatment Facilities
- Apartment Buildings and Complexes
- Condos and Condominium Associations
- State Buildings
- Places of Worship
- Movie Theaters
- Daycare Facilities
- Medical Offices
- Veterinary Offices
- Boarding Facilities
- Horse Properties
Commercial roof replacement and repair for your VT veterinary office can’t be taken lightly, you need a commercial roofing contractor that provides quality workmanship and value on all types of commercial roofing material including shingle, metal, bitumen, EPDM, TPO, PVC, flat roof and membrane surfaces.
Castle Roofing prides itself on providing quality workmanship with an eye on the fine details as well as exceptional value when it comes to commercial roofing contractor services. Whether your commercial roof needs repair or replacement one thing is for sure, the quality of the workmanship is directly related to the longevity of your buildings “envelope” and much like the buildings foundation, it’s a critical component that has to be handled properly or there will be all sorts of issues down the road.
Veterinary Office Roof Inspections from Castle Roofing, the Value and Quality Leader in Commercial Roofing and Roof Contracting Services in Vermont
Roof damage isn’t always visible and can be often overlooked, leaving your roof system to deteriorate over time. Castle Roofing commercial roof inspectors are trained and knowledgeable to examine critical areas of your roof to identify any potential damage or weak spots, as well as to address the extent and severity of any, and all damage to your roof, and make the necessary repair or replacement recommendations.
Your Veterinary Office Roof Inspection Comes with a Report Consisting of the Following
- Photographs of critical areas of need
- Detailed written assessment of the roofs current condition and current and future needs
- Repair or replacement paths
- Repair estimates for insurance claims
- Sit down meeting to discuss the report and determine next steps
Common Veterinary Office Roof Failures and Signs of Potential Issues with Commercial Membrane Roofs
Roof Membrane Punctures
Punctures or holes in the roof membrane material can occur for a variety of reasons, material penetration from tree limbs, penetration from worker error, poorly mounted or installed rooftop HVAC equipment, etc. These punctures can be repaired by fusing or welding new membrane material
Open seams can occur when the roof membrane deteriorates due to issues or age. These can also be fixed with welding or fusing and replacement of membrane material
Pooling or Ponding Water
When roof drains fail, rain water tends to pool or “pond” in areas of the roof and standing water on your roof can be a major issue and lead to accelerating roof deterioration. Having your drains inspected for blockage and having any blockage cleared is the first step
Blocked or Clogged Roof Drains
Blocked or clogged roof drains, including roof downspouts and gutters can cause issues with pooling or ponding water on the roofs surface that will lead to roof leakage, and accelerated roof material deterioration
Bridging walls on the roof are usually a sign that the roof is is nearing it’s age out, and considerations for a roof replacement should be considered or discussed. It can also be from poor initial installation. This can be repaired if this is the case.
Fastener Failure and Backout
When the membrane fails and water penetrates the surface material the roof contracts and expands more than the tolerances allowed forcing the fasteners to “backout” and creating a situation where the roofing envelope is compromised. These fasteners must be replaced after a full inspection of the roofing sub base and membrane are inspected and repaired as necessary.
This is the most common commercial roof failure with membrane roofs and occurs when caulk ages. This can lead to serious roof issues if left unchecked. Annual roof inspections can help you determine when roof caulking needs to be repaired and replaced. This is also one of the easiest roof repairs to make as it entails removing the old caulk, cleaning the locations, and resealing with new caulking.
Blisters occur when air gets trapped under the membrane. This requires the removing of the affected area, alleviation of the blister, and the replacement of new membrane material that is fused or welded in place with manufacturers approved processes.
When it comes to other types of commercial roofing material repairs and replacement needs we offer a full suite of services. Common failures on these roofs are:
- Failing shingles
- Fastener failure and backout
- Flashing failure
- Ice and water shield failure
- Poor roof venting
- Punctured surfaces
- Issues with roofing sub decking
When your veterinary office roof failure or damage is an insurable event Castle Roofing is there to help!
When it comes to filing an insurance claim for damages done to your roof by weather, Castle is here to help. We understand you need to get your roof water tight before further damage occurs, and we understand the challenges you face when filing a claim with your insurance carrier to cover entitled damage. We can help you understand your roof damage and your insurance policy and can provide all of the necessary documentation and quotes to assist you in your claim filing.
For assistance with your veterinary office roof replacement and repair, call the commercial roofing contractors at Castle Roofing and see why they are a trusted roofing resource throughout VT, customer centric, quality and value focused, and an unwavering commitment to a lifetime relationship with it’s clientele. Call today for a free estimate and consult, 603-463-0661