Semi-annual roof surveys plus preventative maintenance services can save you money.
The National Roofing Contractors Association's (NRCA) preventative maintenance study showed that regular surveys and proactive maintenance can reduce annual costs and extend a roof's life by 30%. Chamberlin's clients have seen proof of these results with our Proactive Roof Asset Management (PRAM) program.
To meet NRCA's recommendations for best roofing practives as well as manufacturer warranty requirements, Chamberlin conducts semi-annual surveys of your roof and documents any deficiencies found - whether emergency or remedial. Our online asset management tool brings the rooftop to your computer screen and allows you to view all deficiency conditions, photos and repair budgets. From there, dispatching a work order is as easy as clicking a button.
The ultimate goal is to reduce annual repair and maintenance costs and extend the life of your roof. Start your proactive maintenance plan today and start realizing the savings.
A multi-building campus in southwest Houston has approximately 75,000 square feet of roof systems that are over a decade old. After years of deffered maintenance, the building ownership decided to make a more proactive approach. Below are the annual repair and maintenance savings realized by the company over a three-year period by utilizing Chamberlin's Proactive Roof Asset Management system.
|Year One - Baseline||Year Two||Year Three|
|Building 1 repair costs: $10,000||Building 1 repair costs: $2,234||Building 1 repair costs: $1,900|
|Building 2 repair costs: $7,800||Building 2 repair costs: $2,100||Building 2 repair costs: $1,300|
|Building 3 repair costs: $8,000||Building 3 repair costs: $2,165||Building 3 repair costs: $1,100|
|Total repair costs: $25,800||Total repair costs: $6,499||Total repair costs: $4,300|
A downtown high-rise office building in Houston with over two dozen separate roof areas showed a large repair and maintenance cost savings in just 12 months.
Year One: $60,000
Year Two: $15,000
A condominium tower in Houston, Texas, with a 20,000-square-foot roof saw their emergency deficiency maintenance costs drop from $25,000 to $8,000 over two years of preventative surveys and maintenance at the building.