Roofing systems have a finite life expectancy that can vary widely depending on climate, exposure, material type, and installation. All roofs require regular inspections and periodic maintenance to achieve good performance and long service life.
Proper care, attention, and ongoing maintenance can extend the service life of a roofing system significantly. Published in Building Operating Management, this article by WJE roofing experts Rich Koziol and Edis Oliver shares five steps that can help building owners and facility managers to enhance performance and extend the lives of roofs to get the best return on this critical investment.
READ MORE >Edis T. Oliver, Principal Emeritus
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READ MORE >Richard S. Koziol, Principal