Site assessment, reporting and recommendations to mitigate.
Management of investigation and remediation process with roofing contractors including development of specifications for repairs to address leakage aligned with the state and condition of the roof.
Follow-up review of leakage repairs to verify that work was completed in accordance to specifications.
Provide a roof CAD drawing to note the areas of leakage and any other pertinent roof related issues.
RMIS is the only independent firm in Saskatchewan certified to provide wind and hail damage assessment inspections.
Our inspectors have been certified through HAAG Engineering and are qualified to inspect all sloped roofs with the following systems: asphalt & laminate shingles, cedar shakes & shingle, slate tiles, clay & concrete tiles, and metal (standing seam and exposed fastener).
RMIS offers wind and hail damage inspections to corporations, associations as well as independent agents to provide an objective third party report to verify: damage caused by weather event, functional and/or non-functional damage.
Provide a roof CAD drawing to note the areas of damage and any other pertinent roof related issues.
Assess and report on conventional BUR, 2 Ply SBS, Inverted Roof Membrane Assemblies, EPDM, PVC, TPO, Architectural & Structural Metal, Asphalt & Laminate Shingles, Cedar Shakes & Shingles, Concrete & Clay Tile and SPF roof systems.
Estimate approximate age and remaining life.
Conduct non-intrusive moisture testing on BUR, 2 Ply SBS and SPF roof systems to determine the presence of elevated moisture content.
Provide recommendations with regards to interim repairs, preventative maintenance and replacement.
Provide a roof CAD drawing to note roof related issues.
Determine existing roof structure and roof system composition.
Verify all site measurements to provide roof CAD drawings.
Provide budget numbers for fall protection requirements.
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One inspection and report with digital photos for every three days of installation on average.
Provide the client with a construction field report within 24-48 hours upon completion of the site inspection.
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Review of roof systems in order to assess the existing condition, project capital replacement and repair requirements and priorities.
Develop fall protection requirement assessment and associated capital costs in accordance with applicable codes, regulations and standards.
Develop recommended roof replacement system options for withstanding the rigors of service on the existing roof systems.
Develop interim written compliance plan for mitigating fall risks prior to the installation of the fall protection system.
Identify and report any deficiency to the owner to ensure immediate corrective action.
It is recommended that these inspection take place at least twice a year, spring and fall as this is when the roof system experiences the greatest thermal stress.
Additional inspection should be conducted after an extreme weather event (e.g. high winds and hail) or fire.
Non-intrusive Infrared Thermo-graphic scan with report and corresponding photos.
Intrusive moisture probing of installed and pre-installed roofing components to determine the percentage of moisture saturation as compared to the manufacturer’s allowable tolerance.