A little water can enter the life of every building and roof system. To assist you when it does, Standard offers a complete maintenance and repair service. We are knowledgeable and experienced problem solvers, with some of our most challenging opportunities having been in repair work. Solving problems sets Standard apart from inexperienced providers.
No matter the facility type or size — commercial, institutional or industrial — Standard is prepared to resolve any roof problems for every variety of room system. Our crews provide immediate and effective response, and provide unsurpassed customer service with 24-hour response seven days a week, year round.
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ROOF REPAIR & BUILDING ENVELOPE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
When water leaks into a building, hard assets and company profits start taking a beating. Standard’s Roof Repair and Building Envelope Maintenance Program finds potential problems before they become costly.
The very best time to call Standard is before there is a problem. Our industry leading maintenance program identifies potential problems and minimizes the chances of water intrusion into buildings, while extending the service life of existing roof systems and building envelope components. Our semi-annual 30-point roof and building envelope inspection will ensure that your roof system and exterior surfaces are functioning properly—that includes all roof, wall, window, and door systems. Standard’s goal is to help your roof system meet and exceed its expected lifespan with a comprehensive, proactive maintenance program. Our planned roof maintenance approach will minimize, if not eliminate, unexpected repairs and protect against the premature failure of your entire roof system.
BUILDING ENVELOPE INSPECTION POINT EXAMPLES INCLUDE:
— Checking perimeter edges for signs of deterioration at the sheet metal/roof membrane junctures and inspecting for any wind damage to metal components
— Inspecting parapet walls for potential leaks or separation at coping joints, slippage, or deterioration at flashing on roof-side of parapet wall
— Checking roof penetrations (vent pipes, roof curbs and various other penetrations) for loose securement or flashing deterioration
— Inspecting roof drains, exterior leader-heads, gutters, and downspouts
— Checking roof-top HVAC units and removing any foreign objects such as screws, rivets or metal shavings or where exterior HVAC panels may have fallen or been dropped and damaged the roof during servicing
CALL 800.239.5705 TO CREATE A CUSTOMIZED PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM THAT CAN SAVE THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS OVER THE LONG-TERM.
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