Design & Construction

Church Design: Building a Relationship With Your Commercial Roofing Contractor

Your church facility roof is an important component in the protection of the people, investments and things you care about most.


WFM Staff  ·  May 18, 2017

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Your building’s roof is an important component in the protection of the people, investments and things you care about most.

When searching for a church facility contractor remember that building a relationship with your roofing contractor is vital to avoiding miscommunications and keeping your roof in the best condition with the least amount of setbacks.

By developing a long-term relationship with a roofing contractor, you have the reassurance that your roofing needs will be met and your business can continue operating with little or no interruption.

Partnering closely with your commercial roofing contractor provides the following advantages:

Communication –

Communication is the most important tool when working with your contractor. Be upfront about any concerns you may have before, during and after the project is finished. Let your contractor know what the best way to contact you is and be sure to answer as quickly as possible.

Familiarity –

When you build a long-lasting relationship with a trustworthy and reliable roofing contractor, the contractor comes to know your roof better than anyone else. Familiarity with your building’s roofing system saves time and money. Also, the crew installing your roof will record important details that will expedite any maintenance and repair work versus hiring a brand new contractor who won’t have access to those records.

Prevention –

A contractor who only gets on your roof when it leaks won’t be able to detect problems in advance. However, a contractor who maintains your roof will develop a more intimate understanding of your building and will be able to detect issues much sooner, preventing them from becoming major problems.

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