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To our customers...we've got your roof!
Your commercial roof can be one of the most vital components of your building when it comes to protection during a hurricane, but it also may be one of the most vulnerable. With historic Hurricane Matthew making landfall, you may be asking yourself what should you do in the event of an emergency situation? CentiMark is here to help…
We offer 24/7 emergency response
CentiMark is here for you with 24/7 emergency nationwide repair service through our Corporate Customer Service Department. Our Customer Service Representatives will mobilize and deploy CentiMark repair crews in your area through our local offices to assist with roof repairs or replacement in the event of an emergency once it is safe to travel.
Emergency roofing experience
CentiMark Corporation has had emergency response roofing experience with every severe weather event and hurricane that has impacted the United States in the past 25 years - including hurricanes: Andrew, Hugo, Charley, Ivan, Katrina, Wilma and Rita
CentiMark can help assist with temporary repairs, permanent repairs and/or full roof replacement utilizing strict safety procedures. After a weather emergency, CentiMark will help get your building “watertight.” We respond in a timely manner and mobilize our roofing crews as soon as it is safe to travel.
After the hurricane
It’s important to consider a roof inspection after a hurricane strikes - damage may not always be visible.
A CentiMark Roof Inspection typically includes:
Thorough assessment of the condition of your roof to include:
- Before and after photographs
- Written assessment
- Repair recommendations
- OSHA compliant safety recommendations
- 24/7 access to project details through our secured website - MyCentiMark.com
- Minimal interruption to your operations
- Two man crew to ensure effective and timely repairs
- 24/7 Emergency Service
Even a small drip could indicate a larger roofing issue. If you begin to notice unexplained mold or odors inside your building, this may indicate a roof leak. Internal water damage or mold may be a sign of trouble.