Your investment in a waterproofing system should be based on selecting flat roofs which is designed to be most cost effective over the entire lifecycle of the assembly (typically 20 plus years). Key to keeping replacement costs down and extending the life of flat roofs is to provide for periodic maintenance, especially on commercial roofs.
Metal roofing is extremely stylish and comes in a wide variety of colors to reflect your personal taste. Metal roofs commonly last up to three times longer than other types of roofing, they are also resistant to rust and can withstand the harsh elements. Installing a new metal roof will reduce your energy costs as this type of roofing is successful in reflecting heat from the sun on hot summer days and keeping the heat in during the cold winter months.
The best way to extend the life of your roof is with a comprehensive commercial roof maintenance plan. A well-maintained roof can last many years past its initial warranty period, and every astute building manager knows that pushing back roof replacement frees up capital that can be used for other business-related expenditures.