Keep Your Versico Warranty Protecting Your Roofing Systems
Versico is a top manufacturer of single-ply membrane roofing systems, and a true industry leader in the commercial roofing space. One reason why their roofing products are so popular and provide excellent value to customers is through the powerful warranties that back their products. With a Versico roof warranty, you can be confident that your roof is protected for years to come.
However, it’s important to understand the details of any commercial roof warranty—or any roofing warranty at all, for that matter. Rather than enabling business owners to install and forget about their commercial roof until it fails, it’s critical to make sure you practice good commercial roof maintenance to avoid voiding your roof’s warranty. In addition, there are certain types of damage that won’t be covered.
At Elite Roofing & Solar, we highly recommend Versico and their high-quality commercial roofing systems. Here’s how to make sure you’re maintaining your Versico warranty!
Versico’s roof warranties include protection from a variety of types of roof damage. This includes certain types of leaks, damage from hail up to three inches in diameter, winds of up to 120 mph, and more. Their warranties are also available with a wide range of terms, including some that range up to 30 years of protection for your roof.
To better understand your warranty, be sure to carefully review the details. You may also find it helpful to consult with the roofing professionals at Elite Roofing. Our team is well-versed in the details, terms, and stipulations of roof warranties from many manufacturers, and we can help you understand what your roof is covered for—and for how long.
What Damage Is Not Covered?
Versico roof warranties are intended to guarantee the functionality of their roofing systems, demonstrating confidence in their product and protecting customers in the event that their products fall short of their intended quality and lifespan. However, these warranties do not cover damage due to neglect, poor maintenance practices, and damage from sources that are simply outside the scope of what the manufacturer can guarantee.
A few instances where a Versico warranty likely won’t cover damage to roofing systems include when damage occurs due to:
- Poor drainage and debris
- Exposure to certain chemicals, including petroleum products and animal fats
- Foot traffic from roof maintenance or non-roofing contractors
- Use of asphalt roof cement
- Unauthorized temporary repairs
- Failures with metalwork, such as flashing, metal curbs, and ducts
Partner with a Commercial Roof Maintenance Expert!
The best way to keep your roof in compliance with warranties from any manufacturer—not just Versico—is to partner with a reliable roofing professional with expertise in commercial roof maintenance. Maintenance is vital to the health and longevity of commercial roofs. Roofers that specialize in providing top-quality commercial roofing services will be able to provide all the necessary cleaning, inspections, repairs, and more that go into effective roof maintenance.
It’s especially important to work with a roofing company that has expertise working with the products used to construct your roof. For a manufacturer like Versico, approval is required before certain roofing work can be done without voiding your warranty. This approval will only be granted if your selected roofer can demonstrate their skill in working with Versico roofing systems.
Elite Roofing: Your Expert in Versico Roofing Systems
Here at Elite Roofing & Solar, we’ve worked with Versico’s complete line of commercial roofing products, including single-ply membranes like EPDM, TPO, PVC, and much more. We trust their products, and our experienced team has the skills needed to ensure your Versico roof is covered against any product issues for years to come.
If you’re looking to partner with a commercial roofing expert to maintain your Versico roof, contact Elite Roofing today! We offer a complete selection of commercial roof maintenance services to care for your roof throughout its lifespan.
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