Assess the roof’s condition to identify any damage or potential issues. Look for cracked or
broken tiles, loose or missing shingles, rusted or damaged flashing, and signs of leaks or water
Thoroughly clean the roof to remove dirt, debris, mold, mildew, and algae. This can be done
using a high-pressure washer or a specialized roof cleaning solution. Be cautious when using a
pressure washer to avoid damaging the roof surface.
Fix any identified issues, such as replacing damaged tiles or shingles, repairing broken or cracked
flashing, and addressing leaks or water damage.
Replacing damaged underlayment(Flat Roofs)
If the underlayment is damaged, it should be replaced to ensure proper protection against
moisture and leaks. This may involve removing the existing roofing materials to access and
replace the underlayment.
Roof coating or sealant application
Apply a suitable roof coating or sealant to protect the roof from the elements and prolong its
lifespan. This could include an acrylic, silicone, or elastomeric coating. Follow the manufacturer’s
instructions for proper application and drying time
Conduct a final inspection to ensure all repairs, cleaning, and coating have been completed
correctly and that no issues remain.
Schedule regular roof inspections and maintenance to catch and address any issues early, thus
prolonging the life of your restored roof.