1. Costs Saving.
Roof replacement is a major investment. The cost of labor and materials are substantial. While sometimes replacement is the best decision to make for long term advantages, restoration – which requires less labor and materials – costs less than half of a total roof replacement.
2. Longer Depreciation Period.
It is advantageous to extend the life of your roof, if you’re not looking at numerous additional repairs in the near future.
3. Cool Factor.
‘Cool roof’ solutions lower the temperature of your existing roof. Since some coatings are highly reflective, they can greatly increase solar reflectivity, which can significantly reduce interior coating costs.
4. Tax Benefits.
Restorations are financed through maintenance rather than capital budgets, which is a strong tax advantage. As a maintenance expense, a roof restoration means you can immediately expense your costs.
5. Multiple Options.
There are numerous, cost effective restoration options available depending on your type of roofing system.
With some roofing systems, a restoration can upgrade your roof to a Class A fire rating. You’ll not only enhance the safety of your building; you may also be able to lower insurance costs.
7. Heat Efficiency.
Since some coatings are highly reflective, they can greatly increase solar reflectivity, which can significantly reduce interior coating costs.
8. Less Intrusive.
Replacement may be noisy and disruptive. Restoration is typically less intrusive to the people working in your commercial building. A bonus: Restoration is faster and cleaner.
9. Additional Warranty.
Many restoration systems are warranted through the manufacturer for up to 10-15 years.
10. Green Building.
With restoration, there will be far less materials to dispose of. You’ll improve the sustainability of your building since you’ll be reusing your existing roof.