Roof Leaks Still Spring in Times of Crisis

Roof leaks don’t heed stay-at-home orders. Even during these uncertain times, it’s important to stay on top of building maintenance issues to avoid larger problems – and expenses – when the doors open again.

Simon Roofing is deemed to be an essential business so while most of our office personnel is working remotely, our commercial roof technicians are well-positioned and well-trained to safely respond to service requests from our 66 service centers across the country.

With the minds of business owners and facility managers clearly on more pressing matters, it’s never a best practice to ignore roof leaks. Even now. Water intrusion can quickly devastate building assets outside the building. It can also rapidly lead to damaged insulation, equipment and inventory inside a building, compounding the negative economic impact so many businesses are experiencing right now.

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Rest assured we’ve implemented revised safety protocols in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, we are very prepared to properly address your roofing needs, keeping the health and safety of our employees and customers our top priority.

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