Any new roof should come with a solid warranty. This is especially important for commercial roofing projects. The warranty protects your investment and, by extension, your business. Read on as we explain what you need to know about commercial roofing warranties.
There are two types of commercial roofing warranties: manufacturer warranties and workmanship warranties. Here’s what you need to know about each:
Keep in mind that you’re responsible for any roof damage costs not covered by your warranties. You’re also responsible for regular maintenance, so make sure to have your roof professionally inspected and maintained in accordance with the guidelines in your warranty.
You can inadvertently void your warranty by neglecting maintenance, failing to address damage or hiring uncertified contractors to conduct work on the roof. Read your warranty carefully to be sure you understand the terms under which it can be voided. If you have any questions about your warranty, ask your contractor for clarification.
If you need to have a new roofing system professionally installed, turn to the experienced pros at South Shore Roofing, Inc. We have the skills and experience to handle residential and commercial roof replacement, repair and maintenance. For an honest roof estimate, call us today at (781) 826-7663 or reach us online through our convenient online request form.