Quietly Killing Your Roof: It's Time to Check Off Those Unchecked Repairs

You would be hard-pressed to find a property manager or owner who loves replacing their roof, but so many fall into a trap of degradation after waiting too long for simple repairs.

Preventative maintenance is the key to upholding a safe, attractive property without breaking the bank. As the temperatures continue to shift, it is more important than ever to take care of your establishment and ensure your roof is protected against the coming seasons.

Preventative maintenance will save you so much money in the long run.
— Kyle, Roofing Consultant at Southwest Companies, Inc

The recent increase in precipitation has already brought an onslaught of destructive storms, putting pressure on weak spots hiding among your roofing components with excessive wind, moisture, and falling tree limbs left unchecked. 

"Roofing material is so expensive. Preventative maintenance will save so much money in the long run," explains Kyle, Southwest Companies' roofing consultant who has seen a lot of damage already this season. 

Kyle warns that without proper inspections, minor repairs will become much larger expenses, especially once the snow starts falling. "If your roof is leaking now, it's just going to get worse, and all that snow is just going to cause damage."

As third-generation roofers, we've see preventative maintenance fall to the wayside too often in an effort to cut back on spending. While we offer exceptional roofing replacements, we would rather help you avoid frantic phone calls and sudden instability with routine inspections and minor repairs that will keep your business running smoothly.

At Southwest Companies, we can ensure professionalism done right from decades of experience, utilizing the most appropriate materials and strategies for your particular property that will guarantee your roof's integrity for the long haul. 

Maintain your building with long-term goals in mind by contacting Southwest today, and we'll make sure your roof is in good hands throughout the coming seasons.