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3 Maintenance Habits You Need to Keep Your Commercial Roof Within Warranty

Ensuring a commercial roof stays under warranty is crucial to a business owner’s roofing investment. Depending on the type of warranty you have, it may protect you against installation mistakes, roofing material defects, and, in some cases, high wind events. However, there are certain things you must do to keep the warranty intact.

Here are two highly important maintenance habits you should implement to keep the warranty in effect:

#1: Contact a Qualified Roofing Professional at the First Sign of Problems

Take a close look at your warranty, and you will likely find that it requires you to use a licensed, insured roofing company that meets certain standards. Then, at the first sign of a problem with your roof, make sure you only contact a company that meets the warranty’s qualifications. Using an unqualified roofer or neglecting issues may void the warranty.

#2: Schedule Annual Roof Maintenance

There’s no doubt about it, roof maintenance extends the life of your commercial roof, and many warranties require it on an annual or bi-annual basis. Make sure to know what your specific warranty requires and schedule your maintenance appointments in advance with a reputable roofing company. Doing so allows you to be sure you always have the professional maintenance your roof needs and your warranty demands.

Roof maintenance will include inspections that catch minor issues before they become costly repairs, so in addition to helping you keep your warranty coverage, regular maintenance can help you save on repairs.

When you reach out to our team of roofing experts at Premiere Roofing, you can have peace of mind, knowing we will use the right materials and maintenance process to keep your roof under warranty.

Contact Premiere Roofing today to request an estimate for roof maintenance or to schedule service. Don’t forget to ask about our extended roofing warranty and guarantees!

2 Shocking Ways Cleaning Your Gutters Can Extend Your Roof Life

Gutter cleaning can feel like a real hassle, but did you know it can extend the lifespan of your residential roof? A new roof is a significant investment and likely one you want to avoid for as long as possible. Keep reading for two shocking ways cleaning your gutters can help you maximize your roofing investment.

#1: Stop Moisture in Its Tracks

When your gutter is clean, it allows moisture from rain and melted snow to flow smoothly and safely into the trough, downspout, and away from your home. If it experiences clogging from leaves and debris, the moisture can remain on the roof’s surface, then soaking into the home’s wood or siding. A professional gutter cleaning will ensure you can avoid devastating problems like wood rot or mold.

#2: Avoid Accumulation of Ice Dams

During the colder months, dirty gutters can mean snow or ice melt refreezes and turns into an ice dam instead of flowing away from the home. Because the accumulation has nowhere to go, it can pile up on the roof, weighing it down and straining the roof materials. Cleaning the gutters in the fall before the winter weather begins will ensure the ice melt flows away from your roof, protecting it from a host of problems to the roof and the home’s exterior.

The expert roofers at Premiere Roofing are here to provide professional gutter cleaning services to protect your roof and extend its lifespan. We offer free estimates and reliable services that will leave your gutters clean and ready for whatever weather comes their way. Contact us today to schedule gutter cleaning service.

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