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Here in Canterbury, your commercial roof is a significant investment, and it plays a crucial role in protecting the structure, assets, and occupants within.

Commercial roofs require anywhere from simply removing autumn debris and fixing minor leaks, right up to rust removal and full reroofs. We take the guesswork out of keeping your roof in top shape with our preventative maintenance plans. 

Our Checklist:

Flat Roofs

For a flat roof, debris can block the flow of water to the roof drains, causing ponding which can prematurely damage a roof—and in extreme cases, lead to a roof collapse. Expansion and contraction can cause roof seams to pop open, eaves to be exposed from shrinkage, and heat can cause blistering in flat roofs all leading to future leakage.


Overhanging Branches

Branches hanging too closely can rub, scratch, and gouge your roof materials, even possibly leaving puncture marks. Falling leaves and tree debris can collect on the roof and retain moisture making your roof weak.


Gutters that clog up can allow water to move up and underneath your roof eaves causing damage. Keeping your gutters clean ensures they serve their intended purpose of positive water flow.


Roof Flashing

Proper flashings are key to preventing water intrusion. These areas should be inspected regularly.


Pipe Boots, Roof Vents, and Skylights

Pipe boots, roof vents, and skylights are penetrations on your roof surface that should be regularly checked for loose seals, loose screws, cracks, and damage. Squirrels are notorious for chewing down lead boots which can lead to a roof leak. Eustis Roofing Co has preventative measures to help catch and stop this from happening.


Satellite Dishes

When we remove roofs, a huge percentage of wood rot is often around satellite dish installations.



Cracked or missing mortar on your chimney can cause water intrusion. Identifying these areas can prevent a possible leak problem. This is also another flashing area that needs regular inspection.


Proper Ventilation

Heat and moisture can cause roof materials to buckle and insulation to lose effectiveness, causing your overall roofing system to be ineffective without proper roof ventilation.

Algae Growth and Streaking

Pay close attention to the color changes on your roof. Roof areas with mold, algae, or fungus growth left unchecked will eventually deteriorate the roofing material, shortening the life of the roof. 

Clear Lights

Placing clear lights on your roof provides an energy efficient way of letting natural light into residential and commercial spaces.

Fiberglass Skylights

If you have an area where chemicals are used, this is a perfect solution as the product is chemical resistant and anti-corrosive

Polycarbonate Skylights:

Trust our Polycarbonate Skylights maintenance service for energy-efficient, durable skylights


Enhance your commercial space with custom Skylights that can open and close for a unique look and specific fit out.


If you are looking at a trafficable clear light panel for your roof this will be the solution to your problem.

  • What type of metal is suitable for an architectural roof?
    Various metals can be used, such as steel, aluminum, or copper. The choice depends on factors like durability, budget, and aesthetic preferences.
  • How does the design and colour of the metal roof contribute to the overall aesthetics of the building?
    The architectural design enhances the building's visual appeal. Features like profiles, textures, and colour options play a crucial role in achieving the desired look. We offer a wide range of colour and finish options, including matte, gloss, or textured finishes. These choices allow ultimate control over your home.
  • How durable is the chosen metal, and how does it withstand different weather conditions?
    Metals like steel and aluminium are known for their durability and resistance to elements. Proper coatings and treatments enhance weather resistance, ensuring longevity.
  • What maintenance is required for the metal roof, and how often should it be inspected?
    Regular inspections for debris, damage, or coatings are recommended. Maintenance typically involves cleaning and addressing any issues promptly.
  • Can you describe the installation process for the architectural metal roof?
    Installation involves preparing the roof substrate, applying underlayment, and then installing metal panels or shingles. Proper installation is crucial for optimal performance.
  • What is the estimated cost for installing the architectural metal roof?
    Costs vary based on metal type, design complexity, and project size. A detailed estimate includes materials, labor, and potential additional expenses.
  • How does the metal roof contribute to energy efficiency and insulation?
    Metal roofs can reflect sunlight, reducing heat absorption. Combined with proper insulation, this contributes to energy efficiency by maintaining interior temperatures.
  • How well does the metal roof resist elements like wind, hail, and heavy rain?
    Metal roofs have excellent resistance to wind, hail, and rain. The choice of metal gauge and profile influences their ability to withstand specific weather conditions.
  • What warranties are provided for the metal material and installation work?
    Warranties vary but often include a manufacturer's warranty for the metal and a separate warranty for the installation work. It's essential to review and understand the terms.

We offer complimentary quotes on all commercial roof maintenance.

Commercial Maintenance

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