Protect your Building Investment: Roofing Maintenance Timeline

Are you following facility maintenance best practices or are you on the path to expensive emergency repairs?

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When you take good care of your roof, you are making an investment in your building. Roof leaks can lead to structural damage and can harm the products and materials inside your facility. While some damage is visible at the roof surface, the untrained eye will miss larger, more costly issues to repair, such as hail damage or moisture in the insulation layers.

AVOID EXPENSIVE REPAIRS

Performing regular inspections and scheduling repairs during fair weather are the best strategies in avoiding emergency and unplanned roof repair, according to FacilitiesNet.

The experts at Centimark say every dollar spent on preventative maintenance, saves an estimated five dollars through reduced emergency repairs, decreased building interior damage and increased roof life expectancy.

EXTEND THE LIFE OF YOUR INVESTMENT

The service life of a roof without a Preventative Maintenance Program is estimated to be 12 years, drastically reduced from its intended service life of 20 years.

Read through this roofing maintenance timeline to find out if you are on schedule with the correct preventative measures. Gauge your maintenance calendar practices to make sure you are adequately protecting your roofing investment.

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Are you up to date on your roofing maintenance?

Staying on top of proper maintenance activities will help extend the life of your roof and your overall facility. Our partner CentiMark provides complimentary asset management reports and inspections to CU members helping to stretch your roofing budget.

Share this calendar with facilities managers at all of your operations to make sure your investment is being adequately protected.


Matt Narens: Manager, Category Development at Corporate United
In his role at Corporate United Matt works with both CU members and supplier partners to ensure that the programs he manages are delivering maximum value. This includes everything from commercializing new offerings to conducting category lifecycle and supplier relationship management. His efforts are focused on minimizing the administrative burden and reducing the total cost of ownership related to indirect spend for Corporate United members. They also include aligning strategies with Corporate United’s supplier partners in order to best meet the needs of the market.