Multifamily Roofing FAQs
Here is the process in general. First, reach out and let Roof Worx know about your situation. The next step is to have one of our specialists/teams out to your property to inspect the building. Then there will be a period where findings are shared, proper permissions are granted, paperwork is signed, etc. Then the work will be scheduled and taken care of, and then you’re part of the extensive Roof Worx family! From here, we’ll be your long-term partner, handling all your roofing needs.
The process can be more nuanced, of course, depending on certain variables, but we’re known for exceptional work done as quickly as possible, without compromising one ounce of quality.
It comes down to the extent and degree of damage. The good news is that with regular inspections and maintenance, you’ll get the FULL lifespan of value out of your roofing with Roof Worx on your team. We’ll handle maintenance and repairs and ensure you know the state of your roof at all times.
As apposed to new commercial construction (which we have extensive experience in as well), when folks are living in the building, these projects definitely have an impact. At Roof Worx, our teams use every trick and trade secret in the book to minimize this impact. Like everything else, you’ll know what we’re doing and why from day to day.
One thing you’ll notice right away about Roof Worx is how seasoned, detailed, and procedural our roofing process is. Whether it’s repairs, maintenance, or replacement, we’ll get started and get the work done RIGHT – the first time – as quickly as we possibly can without compromising quality.
With Roof Worx, you won’t need to worry about maintenance. We take great care of our customers. We’ll handle inspections throughout the years and keep your roofing system in tip-top shape. This includes general maintenance tasks like checking after storms, cleaning, unclogging gutters/drainage systems, pruning nearby trees, and so on.
We recommend a minimum of twice a year, but it really depends on the weather. Our goal is to keep the water running smoothly and efficiently off and away from your multifamily building(s).
The lifespan of your new multifamily roofing system will depend on a variety of things, for example, how well it’s maintained and the overall weather conditions we experience over the first couple of decades. It also has a lot to do with your installer’s skill and attention to detail, which is why you want to work with an established roofer like Roof Worx. Generally speaking, these are the average lifespans of common roofing materials:
- Spray Polyurethane Foam: 30 – 50 Years
- Single-Ply Membrane TPO: 15 – 20 Years
- Single-Ply Membrane EPDM: 20 – 25 Years
- Metal: 30 – 45 Years
Absolutely! Please reach out and contact us via phone or through our website so one of our specialists can walk you through the basic must-know details. While coverage is ALWAYS the smart play, everyone doesn’t need the same level of coverage.