Roof Check 365

Preventative Roof Maintenance Programs for protection 365 days a year!

What is the "Roof Check 365 Program" and how does it work?

  • At strategic times of the year, when problems most often develop (spring, summer, fall), the TRI service department inspects your roof to identify and service breaks and fractures, thus preventing minor damage from turning into major problems and costly repairs.
  • What does it maintain?

  • We perform maintenances on condominiums, townhomes, high-rises, multi-tenant, industrial and commercial buildings.
  • Drains, gutters, skylights, chimneys, caulk sealants, all flashings, surface erosion, open field seams, plumbing vents, air conditioning curbs, loose sheet metal, popped nails, roof debris, pitch pan sealant and expansion joints.
  • Inspections are followed by executing the needed repair service to maintain the stability and integrity of your roof system.
  • How often is a maintenance check performed?

  • Each program varies but typically they are broken down into annual, semi-annual, tri-annual or monthly checks. Once TRI assesses your property, we can recommend which program will be most beneficial to your roof. A custom program tailored to your needs will be recommended when necessary.
  • Emergencies

    We understand that emergencies can occur at any time. Our 24-hour emergency line will connect you to our on call supervisor to assist in any roof related emergency issue.


    Roof inspections

  • Technician Roofing Inc. roofing specialists are trained to hunt down and repair even minor leaks that can diminish the effectiveness of a roofing system.
  • At minimum, a roof should be inspected twice a year, ideally at the end of summer and the end of winter after they have experienced the greatest amount of thermal stress. Regular inspections also help ensure that tenant actions or alterations don’t void manufacturers’ warranties.

  • Weatherproofing

  • Extreme weather, including high winds, rain and snow can take a toll on a roof. Regular roof maintenance can ensure your structure remains safe and dry.

  • Cleaning

  • Keeping debris off a roof and cleaning it occasionally can prevent it from becoming unsightly and from developing conditions that contribute to leaks and interfere with water drainage.
  • Do’s and Don’ts

    For proper roof maintenance, follow the following guidelines:

  • Do conduct additional inspections immediately following potentially damaging events, such as high winds, hail, nearby fires and explosions.
  • Do keep a file of all records and reports relative to the installation and maintenance of the roof.
  • Do advise anyone performing roof maintenance to log the use of heavy tools and equipment there so any damage can be traced.
  • Do establish a rooftop control policy for the safety of the roof and any equipment housed there.
  • Don’t allow unqualified staff or contractors to maintain the roof.
  • Do’t power wash the roof because it may cause damage.
  • Our Latest Works