Coatings and Restoration

Water, Mold, Smoke, and Fire Remediation

Your commercial roof, like any part of your property, will experience damage from the elements. When your commercial roof is damaged, it can cost you or your tenant a lot of money and frustration. 

Wear and damage on your commercial roof leads to leaks and excess moisture, which can lead to mold and structural degradation. These are the two most common problems that necessitate roof restoration. Fortunately, we at Perimeter Roofing can help you. We are the leading Atlanta roofers who understand how to bring your roof back to the best shape regardless of fire, water, or mold damage.

Water damage can trickle down to affect various parts of your commercial property and cause the following:

  • Stained walls and ceilings
  • Weakened rafters and roof structure
  • Warped roof decking
  • Moldy attic insulation, drywall, and other material
  • Weakened window and door frames beneath the leak

Of course, these problems happen over time. This means they can be stopped before they cause enough problems to require a full commercial roof replacement. However, a small leak can be difficult to spot, and it’s even more difficult to determine the source of the leak. That is why Perimeter Roofing recommends a thorough roof inspection at least once a year.

Specialists in Fire Remediation

There is nothing more terrifying than dealing with a fire in your business or tenant’s business. Perimeter Roofing is experienced in roof restoration after a fire. We can determine the structural soundness of your commercial roof, replace any damaged portions, and clean roofing materials affected by smoke to remove toxic chemicals and prevent further damage. We make sure that your commercial roof is structurally sound and free from any damage that it may have incurred due to the fire.

Water Damage Escalates Quickly

A small leak in your roof can lead to severe water damage over time. A leak can come through a break in your shingles or a gap in your flashing. Flashing refers to the thin pieces of impervious material installed to prevent the passage of water into a structure from a joint or as part of a weather resistant barrier system. Whether the leak comes from a gap in your flashing or a hole through your shingles, it can result in water seeping into the rest of your commercial property.

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