The Commercial Center in Azusa is home to dozens of businesses. A portion of this is owned by MC Strass Edgewood Center LLC, who in turn provides adequate shelter and space for Boost Mobile and future tenants. MC Strass takes the responsibility of continuously maintaining the building in its entirety, including the roof.
Stone Roofing performed a routine Preventative Maintenance job for this building in November of 2019. The work included is extensive, however to summarize, foremen inspected the entire roof field in great detail, cleaning and resealing as needed. This includes inspecting for cracks, deterioration, and punctures in locations such as base flashings, corners, pipe penetrations, edge metal, coping, curbs, platforms, drains, and more. This particular job required sealing many areas of damage in the field, as well as sealing all penetrations and rooftop equipment.
Roof Project Details
Location Azusa, CA
Size 30,400 Sq. Ft.
Industry Mixed Use Shopping Center
Roofing System Built Up
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS PROJECT
Contact Stone Roofing Co., Inc. 800.31.STONE (78663)
Stone Roofing – Spotlight On Commercial Roofing
(Before) Pipe Penetration Lacks Flashing
(After) Drains Receive New TPO Membrane
(After) Pipe Penetration Receives New ChemCurb as a Permanent Repair
In 2019, Stone Roofing had the opportunity to make roofing repairs for the DSW Designer Shoe Warehouse located in the Metro Pointe shopping center in Costa Mesa. The majority of the roof is a colored built up membrane, however a small section of TPO Membrane was also found. The main focus of this job was to replace the deteriorated drainage area with brand new white TPO, in addition to scanning and making repairs as needed across the rest of the built up roof. Miscellaneous permanent repairs included sealing exposed pipe penetrations and sealing deteriorated membrane on the walls. The entire roof was also professionally cleared of all debris and trash.
Stone Roofing makes it a priority to complete the customer’s requests accurately and in a timely manner, all without disrupting typical business, as was demonstrated on this job.
Roof Project Details
Location Costa Mesa, CA
Size 27,000 Sq. Ft.
Industry Retail Warehouse
Roofing System TPO and Built Up Membrane
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS PROJECT:
Contact Stone Roofing Co., Inc. 800.31.STONE (78663) Website: www.stoneroof.com
If you forgot and did not budget for 2020 commercial roof maintenance, it is not too late. Spending a little bit today can save a tremendous amount of time and money tomorrow.
The fastest solution:
The worst solution is to do nothing and hope the roof remains intact. Doing nothing is not a solution. Simply because a roof is not leaking now does not mean it will not develop costly problems over the next year.
Contact Stone Roofing Co., Inc. to have an inspection this year and to ensure your roof budget stays on target.
Regardless of where you live, it’s important to weatherproof your roof. Make sure that it is in good condition and free from anything that can cause further damage.
Below are some of the ways to get your roof weather ready:
Even if you don’t notice any signs of roof damage after a storm; it’s best to complete a roof inspection to confirm there is no immediate damage. It’s always a good idea to keep a checklist or log that indicates signs of roofing damage. This will be helpful information when working with your roofing contractor.
Branches that hang over the roof have the tendency to scratch its surface. This can weaken the integrity of its surface. Even if tree branches are not in direct contact with your roofing surface, leaves can fall down and other debris. When it rains, these materials can end up in your gutter system and disrupt proper drainage.
Inspect your gutters especially after a storm to prevent congestion in the gutters. Any type of congestion or blockage in your gutter systems can cause major roof issues. If you need additional help with clearing your gutter system, never hesitate to call a professional roofing contractor.
Whether or not you have an active leak going on in your roof, make sure you pay attention to signs of water penetration. Any breach in your roofing system can be a portal of entry for water during bad weather. Once water gets into your building, the problem will start to escalate. Water can weaken your property’s foundation and cause some major damage.
If you need more help when it comes to roofing protection from bad weather, Stone Roofing Co., Inc. is at your service.
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The best way to avoid roof-related problems and strengthen weather resistance is through regular care and preventive maintenance.
Have you scheduled your Roof Preventative Maintenance for 2019? Remember that a little maintenance can result in a lot of savings, especially when compared to the cost of damage from a small, undetected leak or a catastrophic roof failure.
Whether you need Emergency Roof Service, Preventative Maintenance Program, Roof Repair, or a Re-Roof, Stone Roofing Co., Inc. can help you with a maintenance plan and all your roof needs.
October is the perfect time to schedule a yearly roof inspection if you have not already!
An annual roof inspection is one of the items many property owners put off for later when it is an item that should be at the top of your priority list every year. If it’s been a while since your last roof inspection or you never had one, now is the perfect time to contact a professional roofing company. A roof inspection will identify any potential concerns for repairs or a roof replacement, giving you ample time to prepare and plan for the updates financially.
If you’ve been putting it off, here are three reasons why this fall is the perfect time to schedule a roof inspection.
- Summer can be rough on a roof
- All commercial roofs need to be prepared for winter weather
- Fall weather offers better accessibility
If you are ready to schedule a roof inspection today, contact Stone Roofing Co., Inc. today. We service Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, Riverside, and San Diego Counties. Licensed in California and Arizona.
Your investment into your commercial building is far too precious to undermine by not keeping up with commercial roofing maintenance and repairs. An ideal way to make sure you don’t miss something is to think of each new season of the year as an opportunity to perform necessary and advisable service to your roof. Here are the things to do each season of the year:
Fall – If you have trees nearby that are taller than your building, be sure to keep up with removing fallen leaves throughout the season. You definitely don’t want those to remain over the winter as they’ll soak up moisture and put added strain on the commercial roofing. Be sure to inspect the drains as well to make sure they haven’t been clogged by debris.
Winter – Cold temperatures are hard on commercial roofing, particularly if you have existing problems. Be sure to take care of any membrane splits or separations, as well as any other defects before winter snow and cold makes them worse to the point of major leaking. Have the membrane inspected, because if it is reaching the end of its lifespan or has multiple patches, the winter conditions aren’t going to be kind to it. Consider applying roof coating protection, which may need to be done before the temperatures get too low to use the product
Spring – As you do at home, think of spring as the time for spring cleaning at your business. It is a period for getting your property in top condition by eliminating what has happened during the winter. Look for areas of a flat roof where the membrane has become damaged. Clean off debris that will interfere with the drainage of spring rains.
Summer – Summer heat can be hard on commercial roofing, so performing an inspection is important. It is also important to watch for storm damage that may have occurred and that should be repaired as quickly as possible.
Stone Roofing can inspect your building throughout the year and make recommendations for maintenance and repair that can help your commercial roofing survive whatever Mother Nature has cooked up for the next season.