Despite being known as a durable roof that has the potential to last over 40 years, a rubber roof needs some maintenance every now and then. With regular roof inspections, you’ll extend the life of your rubber roof because you’ll be able to stay ahead of its problems. Capital Coating has over 20 years of experience in inspection and repairing rubber roofs. Clients in Cranberry Township in need of a rubber roof repair can reach us at (717) 442-0979 for an onsite estimate.
The Repair Process
When you call us, we’ll do much more than just repair your rubber roof. Our team of experts at Capital Coating will also inspect the rest of your roof to look out for any other current or potential issues. Plus, we’ll look at the state of your roof and advise you on whether or not it’s worth it for you to skip the repairs and instead have your roof restored or replaced.
The Warning Signs
Just because you haven’t noticed any leaking water doesn’t mean your rubber roof is fine. It may take a long time for a leak to become obvious to the people inside the building, and by this time there is already a lot of damage to account for. That’s why you should have regular roof inspections so that a roofing company like Capital Coating can stop these problems in their tracks.
If you make it a habit to check on your roof yourself every now and then, there are a few things to watch out for. On a rubber roof, the seams can be a weak point where water often sneaks in. If you notice the seams have started to separate at all, call an expert. This is an easy fix but a lot of water damage can be done if it is left unaddressed. Other things to watch out for include loose flashing, ponding water, and tears, bubbles, or cracks in the membrane of your rubber roof.
Call Us Today
Capital Coating is the commercial roofing company of choice for clients in Cranberry Township, PA. If you need a service performed on your rubber roof, Capital Coating handles everything from rubber roof repairs to full roof replacements. Call us today at (717) 442-0979 and we’ll send a team member to swing by and evaluate the situation.