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Spring is just around the corner, which means it’s time to start thinking about your commercial roofing needs for the upcoming season. Whether you’re looking to repair a damaged roof or replace an outdated one, proper planning, and preparation are key to ensuring a successful project.

Here are some tips to help you plan for your spring commercial roofing project: 

  1. Assess your roof’s condition. Before you start any roofing project, it’s important to assess the current condition of your roof – especially after a long Michigan winter. This can include inspecting for any damage, leaks, or other issues that may need to be addressed before your project can begin.
  2. Set your budget. Work with the appropriate parties on your team to determine how much your business can spend on its upcoming roofing project. Costs to consider include the cost of materials, labor, permits, and any other expenses that may be associated with the project. During budget planning, consider consulting a certified tax specialist to learn about the number of ways to deduct your new roofing system from your taxes immediately.
  3. Contact a qualified commercial roofing company immediately. Once you know your facility needs and budget, contact a qualified commercial roofing company like Springfield to begin conversations about your project immediately. Qualified roofing companies, especially those with a long history of satisfied customers, typically begin booking jobs before the season begins. To ensure your project is completed safely, efficiently, and timely, start a dialogue with a qualified company as soon as possible.
  4. Choose the right materials. When it comes to commercial roofing, there are a variety of materials to choose from. Each has its advantages and disadvantages, so choosing the one that best fits your needs and budget is important. Springfield offers a number of re-roof solutions that are designed to fit and serve your business.
  5. Plan for maintenance. Once your project is complete, the work isn’t over. It’s important to plan for ongoing maintenance to keep your roof in good condition. This includes regular inspections, cleaning, debris removal, and repairs as needed. Springfield can work with you to create a maintenance program that suits your business needs – and provides emergency response for urgent roofing problems.

By planning ahead, you can get the most out of your investment and keep your building safe and secure for years to come. At Springfield, we know every roof is different. Our team of experts is standing by to design a perfect, custom solution for your building – contact us today to get started.