Southern California is readily approaching the wet season, don’t get caught out in the rain!

Newly installed TPO roof on major retail chain in Riverside

With the rainy season approaching, now is a better time than ever to make a call to Stone Roofing about repairing or replacing that old leaking roof.  Water intrusion into your building can be extremely costly and quite inconvenient.  Don’t wait until it’s too late!  Protect yourself and your assets from the next big storm.  Consider Stone Roofing for all your commercial roofing needs.

The following are just a few of the known harmful effects resulting from water intrusion:

Black Mold (stachybotrys):  Often the result of water damaged interior combined with poor air ventilation that can cause rash, sneezing, chest pains, coughing, and nausea if inhaled for an extended amount of time.  The abatement for black mold is extremely costly, and your building will have to be quarantined for several days in order to effectively remove all the harmful spores.

Wood Rot:  Any wood beams, supports, underlayment, etc. will rot from prolonged exposure to moisture and force you to replace it.

Bacteria:  Bacteria multiplies fastest in moist places.  Waterborne diseases will likely arrise from any areas where water has remained stagnant for a period of time.

Electronic Failure:  It is no secret that moisture and electronics do not mix.  The results of a major systems failure due to water damage could be detrimental to the future of your business, and quite costly to correct.

We have just completed installation of new roof systems or performed repairs in the following cities, just to name a few:  Riverside, Culver City, Beverly Hills, Pasadena, and Los Angeles.

Stone Roofing is just a phone call away.

To request a quote for repairs or replacement, please contact us at 800-31-STONE


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