Commercial Roofing Services
Offices in Fort Myers, Sarasota, Tampa, Pompano Beach, Orlando, and Naples
The quality of the roof is an important part of the value of commercial property, and it can attract (or deter) customers from coming in. It’s important to have commercial roofing technicians with a demonstrated track record of success. Crown & Waterproofing offers the kind of work business owners are often looking for.
Award-Winning Craftsmanship for Your Business
As business owners ourselves, we know how important it is to have peace of mind, especially about the contractors that you work with. Our commercial clients can have confidence in our track record, knowing we’ve been chosen as a top 10 contractor in the state of Florida and regularly handle multi-million dollar projects.
Crown & Waterproofing is the largest roofing contractor in Florida and serves the entire state. Call (855) 685-3850 today for expert commercial roofing.
High-Quality Roofing Materials
A quality commercial roof offers business owners a range of benefits. In the short term, those benefits include improved safety, energy efficiency, and perhaps lower insurance premiums. Taking the longer view, a strong roof is often a big part of determining a property’s resale value. Crown & Waterproofing, with technicians who have a combined 75 years of experience, takes pride in the high-quality materials we use to help clients achieve those benefits and more.
Our materials include the following options:
The Importance of Roofing in Liability Protection
There are few things that a business owner has to take more precautions against than a lawsuit. Keeping your commercial roof well-maintained, and replacing it when necessary, offers several liability protections:
Employee and Customer Safety: A properly maintained roof minimizes the risk of accidents and injuries caused by structural issues or falling debris. By ensuring the roof is in good condition, businesses can create a safe environment for employees and customers and reduce the likelihood of liability claims.
Water Damage Prevention: A well-maintained roof prevents water leaks and subsequent damage to the interior of the building. Water intrusion can lead to mold growth, structural damage, and electrical hazards, all of which can pose significant risks to occupants. By proactively maintaining the roof, businesses can mitigate liability issues related to property damage and health concerns.
Compliance: Many jurisdictions have specific requirements for roof inspections and maintenance. By adhering to these guidelines, businesses can avoid penalties and legal consequences resulting from non-compliance.
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