Obviously, the discovery of a hazard would signal the need for a new roofing structure. Still, do you want to delay the needed work until the last minute, when you have to make split-second decisions?

Signs that it would make sense to think about getting a new commercial roof

You have noted a strange smell. It might be a musty smell. That would signal the presence of mold. Stagnate water supports the growth of mold. You have been forced to deal with repeated instances of leaking. Consider what might have caused such leaking. Did it seem to occur after a heavy storm? That would be sign that the weather has damaged the building’s roofing structure.

Do you have old HVAC equipment on your rooftop? Do you have an old drainage system? A “yes” answer to either of those questions would indicate that the time has arrived for introduction of a new roof.

Have you noticed any blisters on your roof? Did you spot any bubbles? If you have walked on the materials that cover the roofing structure, you might have caused a lifting of those same materials. Such lifting can lead to bubbling.

Roofing Contractor in San Mateo knows that when bubbles get exposed to warm air, then each of them starts to expand. Later, if any get compressed by standing water, then that compression could cause them to make a popping noise. A building owner that has received a series of high-energy bills has also received a signal. It is a sign that the hard-to-heat or hard-to-cool building could use a new roof.

Does it make sense to invest in a replacement for the old roofing?

If a roof-covered building appeared to need a better rooftop, and if that same building were used in a business operation, then the building’s owner would want to know if the cost for replacing the existing rooftop could be recovered. Statistics indicate that such money can be recovered.

A building with new roofing should appeal to any potential buyer. Consequently, that same buyer should be willing to pay a good price for the rooftop, along with the building underneath it. Inside, the building’s appeal does not undergo a diminishing appeal. It remains appealing, because there are no stains on the ceiling.

In other words, the building’s appearance both inside and outside helps to show the value of any investment that would be made by a potential buyer. Consequently, both buyer and seller should expect a good return of investment (ROI).

For the seller that ROI becomes apparent at the time of the sale. For the buyer, that ROI shows up later. Indeed, the buyer’s invested money should be returned to him or her, whenever the buyer has become a seller.