Maintenance/Repairs - Jenkins Roofing
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Roof Repair Made Easy

  • We check for any roof-related damages.
  • Our field inspectors will capture HD imagery/video of your roof.
  • We'll provide you with a detailed report of what we found.
  • If there's damage, no worries. We'll walk you through the claim process!
  • We're dedicated to getting you the best deal. A team member will accompany the insurance adjuster to make sure all damages are included.
  • Our roofing experts will work with you to get the roof you want.
  • Stay covered: Our GAF Master Elite certification allows us to offer the best warranties in the industry.

* Financing options are available

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    Commercial Roof Maintenance and Repairs

    Commercial Roof Maintenance and Repairs

    Performing regular roof inspections, maintenance, and cleaning can dramatically lower your overall facility costs, minimize the need for costly emergency roofing repairs, and prolong the life of your commercial roof. Did you know that most commercial roofs should be inspected at least twice a year? If your area has been subject to hail storms or high winds you would be wise to schedule an inspection immediately!
    Below is a list of things that we look for (and repair if needed) when hired to be your ongoing maintenance professionals:

    • Visible Damage¬†
    • Debris and Dirt
    • Color fade or chalking
    • Chimneys, vents, skylights, fascia, drip edges, and decking
    • Interior roofing components, such as rafters and roof trusses, should be inspected for signs of mold, mildew, and rot
    • Expansion joints should be checked for excessive movement
    • Interior walls should be inspected for signs of water damage
    • The ceiling should be inspected for signs of moisture
    • Exterior walls should be inspected for signs of leakage
    • Roof edges should be checked for deterioration
    • Screws/sealant on metal coping should be checked
    • Discoloration at lap joints
    • Substrate firmness should be evaluated
    • Penetrations should be filled and patches as required
    • Gutters and drainage systems should be cleared
    • Roof-mounted HVAC systems and curbs should be checked
      • The surface should be inspected for deposits, ponding, growths, vandalism, and wear and tear