Commercial Roofing Specialist
When you hire Roof Master of the Carolinas, you'll save time and money. Here's why. As one of the fastest growing commercial roofing contractors in South Carolina we're some of the most experienced roofing contractors in South Carolina.
Our commercial roof repair team works with property managers, multi-facility owners, building owners and maintenance supervisors of all kinds to find and implement the best possible solution for their roofing system. We have a step by step approach to each service request we receive in order to provide the most efficient and professional experience for all of our clients.
Leak Investigation & Repair
Leak investigation & repair requires a specific skill set and training. Understanding the dynamics of rooftop water intrusion takes years of experience and specialized training. You can rest assured that when a Baker Roofing Company repair and maintenance crew is dispatched to repair your roof, you have the most skilled and experienced team on the job.
Our roofers are professionally trained to provide services that maintain your existing roof warranty.
Preventative Maintenance Contracts
Having a preventative maintenance program in place for your roof is critical, for this very reason we offer customers maintenance contracts for regularly scheduled inspections.
Most roofing manufacturers require maintenance for their warranties to remain in place. Hiring Roof Master of the Carolinas for preventative maintenance on your facilities can save on major capital spending later.
Popular Commercial Roofing Repairs
Using thermal imaging drones and years of hands on experience, we're able to identify leaks and other problems in your roofing system. Our roof repair crews can repair your commercial roof system without disrupting your current business operations.
Holes and Punctures
Holes and punctures in the roof membrane occur when there is debris on the roof, falling tree branches or HVAC contractors installing equipment. These types of roof defects can be repaired by patching the existing holes and punctures with new membrane and either heat welding or fully adhering membrane with bonding adhesive.
Open seams occur when the roofing system begins to age or a result of poor initial roof installation. Hiring Roof Master of the Carolinas can help you avoid unnecessary expenditures to repair or replace your new roof. These roof defects can be repaired by heat welding or fully adhering membrane to patch the open seams.
Roof drains are used to help alleviate rain water, however ponding water on the roof system tends to occur when there is inadequate roof drainage and/or the roof drains are clogged. The simple repair for ponding water is to remove existing debris from the roof and unclog the drains. If the ponding water is substantial, there may be further damage that will need more attention.
Clogged drain, downspouts and gutters are a result of an excess of debris on the roof that enters the roof drainage systems and causes the system to be backed up with water and debris. Our roof repair specialist can unclog the downspouts, gutters and roof drains and remove any additional debris from the roof so that the drainage system performs to the highest standards.
Bridging walls on the roof are usually a sign that the roof is beginning to age out and nearing time for a roof replacement or the initial installation of the roof was not performed properly. The defect can be repaired by cutting the base of the bridging wall to allow the membrane to relax and then install new reinforced perimeter strip (RPS).
This happens when water gets in the roof membrane and increases the rate at which the roof expands and contracts which causes the fasteners in the membrane to slowly be pushed out. In order to repair fasteners that have been backed out, they need to be completely removed so the insulation and membrane can be checked for water damaged and install new if necessary before re-installing the fasteners.
This is a very popular roof defect that happens when a roofing system ages. These repairs are some the most common on flat commercial roofs and can be repaired by cutting out deteriorated caulking and installing new sealant. Our commercial roofing contractors know how to identify declining caulking and removing it without adversely affecting the membrane.
Blisters appear on modified or built-up roofing systems when air gets trapped in the membrane which can be a result of a poor original installation. In order to repair roof blisters, the blistered membrane needs to be cut to relieve tension and then a new modified cap sheet is torched down to patch the area where the membrane was cut.