Remaining life assessment of commercial roofs is important so that budgets for capital repairs, improvements and replacements can be made. While I was Director of The Roofing Industry Educational Institute, I wrote a course called Roof Asset Management. The class covered looking at the roof as a financial asset that could be managed over time. The sets involved determining what you have its present condition and then what the out look was for that asset with repair and without.
I also wrote a Class to teach how to use the Army Corps’s ROOFER program that was a method for inventorying the roofs the Army owned and then predicting their life both with and without repair. The result was a way to objectively determine what the best forward plan was for an individual roof. Using techniques like these taught in these classes I can help predict what the life of a roof is and provide you with options to get the most out of your roofing dollars. The first step is always to know what you have and its present condition. Let me help you to collect that information and develop a forward roofing plan.