Commercial Roof Repair in Greater Boise, Wyoming, and Montana
Renew Commercial Roofing and Paint provides a variety of commercial services in greater Boise, Wyoming, and Montana. We offer commercial roof repair, metal roof repair, single ply roof repair, and asphalt roof repair. We also do commercial painting, commercial roof restoration, and waterproofing.
Is the flat roof on your building a constant source of leaks? We have Astec Re-Ply fluid-applied roof systems that are applied directly over your existing materials. These systems are extremely heat and cold resistant, and they give a durable waterproof barrier.
Do you need interior or exterior painting done? We use only the best materials to produce a lasting surface coating. You can depend on us to do work that seals out the elements.
If you are in an area with a high water table or where soil holds water, your basement may require waterproofing. Convert a leaking basement into a useable space.
Give us a call today if you need commercial roof repair, painting, or waterproofing.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does a commercial flat roof last?
A commercial flat roof should last 20 to 25 years, depending on the type of roofing material used. Metal roofs generally last longer than asphalt roofs, and newer technologies in roof systems may last even longer.
How often should a roof be replaced?
This depends on the type of roof. An asphalt roof usually should be replaced every 20 years, and a metal roof every 20 to 30 years. Advanced roofing materials may not need to be replaced as often.
What is the useful life of a commercial roof?
A commercial roof can be expected to last from 20 to 40 years, depending on the type of materials used and the effects of weather. Some materials are more durable than others and last longer.
Is basement waterproofing necessary?
Yes, basement waterproofing essential, especially in areas where groundwater is likely to build up in the soil and there is a high water table. Water stands against the basement walls, potentially resulting in leaks.
What should be included in a painting contract?
A painting contract should consist of 1) the client and contractor’s name and information, 2) an area describing the work and detailing the services provided, and 3) the cost of the supplies and labor.