Metal roof repair and restoration

Metal roofs are most prone to leaks that occur at the seams. Sometimes fasteners come loose or fall off, which leads to water getting under the metal roofing. Depending on your issue, a seamless restoration may be your best bet, or Energy Efficient Roofing may be able to repair your metal roof by adding new metal.

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Seamless metal roof restoration

Seamless metal roof restoration

When seamless restoration is the best choice for your metal roof, we use a complete waterproofing system for metal roofs that inhibits rust, stops leaks and provides an energy efficient, long-lasting and attractive finish coat for years of service. All seams are reinforced with fabric reinforcement embedded in acrylic elastomeric roof coatings. Exposed fasteners are sealed from the elements with premium caulking. The system is an effective method for preserving an existing metal roof without the need for costly metal repair or replacement.

Metal roof repair

Metal roof repair

When removing your damaged metal roof isn't an option, Energy Efficient Roofing can still help. We are able to repair your existing roof by adding new metal roofing on top of your existing roof. This option is often more cost-effective for business owners, and won't disrupt the day-to-day of your building's operation.

Extend the life of your flat roof

Check over your roof at least twice a year

The best way to prolong the life of your metal roof is to catch problems early on. When you take the time to inspect your roof several times a year, you are more likely to catch and repair minor issues before they cause more significant damage like leaks and ice dams. This will also save you time and money in the long run.
Here are some things to look for during your roof checkup:

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Clear loose debris

Clear your roof and gutters of leaves, dirt, twigs, and other trash that may have gathered. If you have drains.

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Pay special attention to HVAC Systems, vents, and pipes

On metal roofs, HVAC systems are often installed on a curb. Pipes and vents usually have special flashings that surround them and create a seal. The flashings around these areas are susceptible to catching water, which can erode seals and cause leaks. If you notice standing water gathering around your HVAC system, vents, or pipes, it's a good sign to call a professional to check it.

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Check for other obvious signs of wear

This includes loose screws and flashings, rust, and other signs of standing water like discoloration and dirt patterns.

Get a free commercial roof inspection

Step 1: Connect With Us

We will schedule a time for your free on-site roof inspection.

Step 2: Free Inspection

We will perform your free, on-site roof inspection and take a core sample of your roof.

Step 3: Report, Quote, and Recommendation

Upon completion of our inspection, we will give you a report with our findings. We will make any necessary recommendations for your roof and provide a free quote.

Step 4: Next Steps

When you're ready to get started, we will collect 50% payment up-front and the rest upon