Roof Restoration: What are the benefits?
A roof restoration is an alternative to a roof replacement as it can preserve the life of your roof without the expense of a full roof replacement. Your roof may be leaking or worn and you are not sure if you should restore or replace your roof, well let’s explore our options.
*Roof restoration is the process of using highly-engineered coating products to “restore” an existing roof deck to a like-new condition.
Most businesses put off fixing their roofs because it can be a great expense. However, putting it off will cost you down the road. If a roof replacement is just out of the picture because of costs then a restoration might be the right way to go.
1. Roof restoration cost less.
Restoration requires less labor and materials.
2. Roof restoration is more sustainable.
When replacing a roof the roofing waste ends up in landfills, tons of it does. When you replace a roof well you have to take out all of the existing material and waste. Compared to a restoration you can reuse the existing roof, making a restoration a more environmentally friendly option.
3. Extends you roof’s life.
Commercial roofs last on average of 20 years with restoration you can add 10 to 15 years of life. You might not be ready now for a replacement, so a restoration gives you another 10 to 15 years to plan for your next roof improvement project.
4. Tax benefits with a roof restoration.
A roof restoration is classified as a maintenance expenditure.
5. Restoration can help save your roof.
Don’t ignore the fact that your roof is in bad conditions and maybe deteriorating, if you do it will only get worse. At some point you will have to replace your roof if you ignore it. Protect your investment and don’t put your business or employees in any risk because of neglect to fix your roof.
The core definition of restoration involves the process of restoring. It’s taking something that is deteriorated in some way and making it new again or, ‘like new.’ *