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What Your Commercial Roof Says About Your Business

People say don’t judge a book by its cover, but the reality is they often do.  And that adage extends to your commercial building.  If you haven’t thought about the condition and appearance of your commercial roof recently, now is the time to do so.  The state of a roof can say a lot about your business’s priorities, values, and discipline.  What message does your commercial roof communicate to your existing and prospective clients and customers?

Your Commercial Roof Influences Opinions About Your Business

When clients and customers approach your building, what impression do they get when looking at your roof?  Is it well-kept and clean, or is it dingy and dirty?

A clean, well-maintained roof shows that your business takes appearance and safety seriously.  On the other hand, damaged siding, cluttered gutters, or dirty shingles, broken tile and faded metal roofing give the impression that you don’t care about your building or what’s inside of it.  And if you don’t prioritize your building, how can customers trust you’ll prioritize them?

RELATED: What Goes Into Commercial Roof Repair? 

Your Roof is a Reflection of Your Brand’s Values

Customers – new and returning – want to know you value your reputation.  If your roof is in disrepair, how can it be trusted to adequately protect the people and valuable assets within it?  A damaged roof is prone to leaks, which can easily lead to moisture stains, mold, and mildew.  All of this can negatively affect your employees, inventory, and equipment, along with your clients’ opinions of you.

RELATED: How a Leaking Roof Damages Your Commercial Building

Your Roof Communicates Eco-Friendly Priorities 

A roof that is in a state of disrepair creates a negative first impression.  It also can be a source of water leaks and the associated aggravations.  Is that the message you want to be signaling to clients?  Or would you rather show that you care about creating a clean, welcoming and professional appearance?

Related: Make Your Commercial Building More Energy Efficient

Is Your Commercial Roof Up to the Challenge? 

Commercial roofs deal with a lot because a lot is asked of them!  If you’re constantly dealing with costly roofing repairs, you might need to consider a different material altogether.  Our SUNVEK roofing experts can perform a routine inspection and offer personalized recommendations based on your needs, budget and location.

Sometimes, business owners worry that a roof replacement will interrupt their business activities.  That is possible, but if work is scheduled effectively, any disruption can be kept to a minimum.  While there may be extra noise and the possibility of temporary interruptions, it’s worth it to have a commercial roof that is professionally installed and up to code.

Related: Manage Your Business During a Roof Replacement 

Commercial Roof Repair: Phoenix and Other Arizona Locations

Is this article making you rethink the state of your commercial roof?  Not to worry.  The SUNVEK Roofing team is here to inspect and maintain your roof so you can send the right message to your clients, customers, employees.

We proudly serve the following Arizona locations:

Ready to make a change and get your commercial building looking great?  Reach out to our Arizona roofing team and get your free estimate.

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