Part of your job as a commercial property manager is to oversee roof maintenance and keep costs from spiraling out of control.

You can save money with a handy add-on for a Vanguard roof maintenance plan using thermal imaging to detect hot spots or points of weakness on the roof. Although it’s not cutting-edge technology, this solution gives a contractor a sneak peek at your roof they cannot see with their eyeballs.

Being Prepared for Repairs

You will get a head start on flat roof maintenance and repairs by working with experienced professionals who take proactive measures to protect your roof for the future. By maintaining a regular roof maintenance plan that includes routine inspections, Vanguard will always be up-to-date on your roof’s condition. We keep a file on the history of your maintenance records. Preventative roof maintenance is the solution to a maximum lifespan of your commercial roof.

Our regular inspections will allow us to provide you with thorough reports on what your roof system needs. We conduct roofing condition assessments twice a year, inspecting these items and more:

  • parapet walls for defects
  • scuppers, drains, gutters and downspouts
  • roof surfaces and roof membrane
  • flashing details

By implementing our roofing maintenance programs, you will have the ability to prioritize emergency (reactive) and maintenance (proactive) repairs.

What You Can See with Thermal Imaging

A thermal imager allows our roofing experts to accurately determine areas of sub-surface moisture. We provide you with a professional analysis that includes a visual outline of vulnerable roof areas that need repair. It’s crucial to detect moisture contamination before it becomes a major costly issue that spreads throughout your roofing system. An infrared scan and analysis will give you indicators on which roof areas need the closest attention.
Contact us at Vanguard Roofing for a free consultation to learn more about how we can provide your commercial roof the repair work it needs.

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