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What You Can Expect:


• All employees to be clean and professional. All work will be performed in compliance with OSHA, the National Roofing Contractor Association for industry standards and RoofOptions LLC Company policies.

Visual Inspection

• Perform a visual inspection of the roof membrane, base flashings and sheet metal terminations.

• Inspect all roof penetrations such as HVAC units, skylights, B-vent exhaust, etc.

• Inspect the interior and exterior of the building for signs of water infiltration.

• Document reported roof leaks and areas of ponding water.

• Evaluate safety conditions and provide a checklist with photographs as a record of existing conditions.

General Clean up and Debris Removal

• Natural debris such as leaves and tree branches.

• Foreign debris such as bottles, fasteners and materials left by others.

• Clean out roof drains and strainers to prevent clogging of drain heads which will impede water flow. In some cases a plumber may be required. Owner’s representative will be made aware of condition.

Proactive maintenance repairs that is included with the roof inspection

• All information to be put in our on line database. Customer to be provided with their own personal log in and password to view their portfolio.

• All project information will be loaded into the database with the following attachments;

1. Provide satellite over view of roof structure.

2. Provide observations, deficiencies and corrective action photos.

3. Provide all deficiency repair costs, noting if the deficiency is a remedial or an emergency repair. Emergency repairs can be viewed and approved by owner’s site personnel. These repairs can be performed immediately upon approval while crew is still onsite.

4. Reseal pitch pans as needed with materials compatible with existing roof system and manufacturer.

5. Re-secure displaced walkway pads and/or pipe supports.

6. Reseal all sheet metal rain collars as needed using a class “A” urethane sealant.

7. Re-seal all base flashing terminations at penetrations and perimeter edges as needed using a class “A” urethane sealant

8. Repair splits, cracks and open laps in perimeter edge and penetration base flashings, to include field seams and laps.

9. Inspect all drain heads, strainers and clamping rings. Clamping rings will be re-tightened as needed.

10. All drain head deficiencies will be noted.

11. Provide budgets for capital expenditures.



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