A leaking roof is an inconvenience. After all, you might have to put out a bucket and plastic sheeting to prevent damage to your building’s interior.
However, unless severe weather caused significant roof damage, your leak probably doesn’t qualify as an emergency roof repair. However, a failed roof on a commercial building could be considered a serious roofing emergency for business owners, property managers, and supervisors. Especially if the roof leak is causing work delays and no temporary solutions can be found.
That’s why you need to have a trusted roofing contractor that will help you during a roof repair emergency (as well as a company that will help you avoid such emergencies).
Emergency roofing helps to seal up your building to stop further water intrusion and reduce property damage until permanent repairs can take place.