For a chiropractor’s office, a leaky roof
became a pain in the neck

Like most healthcare facilities, Texas Injury Clinic makes it a top priority to provide their patients with a comfortable and safe environment in which to receive care. But the owners of this chiropractic clinic had grown increasingly frustrated by their facility’s leaky roof. Every time it rained, puddles would form in the halls and staff members would waste valuable time dealing with the problem. Aside from creating a safety hazard, a facility in disrepair didn’t project the professional image the clinic wanted to convey.

The clinic’s property manager had worked with Peak Roofing & Construction on other buildings in the past, and he knew

we could solve the problem. After the client’s insurance carrier agreed to cover a full replacement job, Peak Roofing & Construction entirely removed the old roof, which included sections of sloped metal roofing and flat modified bitumen. Along with replacing the metal roof, we installed a 60-millimeter Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO) roof system from Johns Manville. This newer roofing technology is a mechanically fastened plastic membrane that stands up to Texas-sized storms with a watertight seal. With no leaks to speak of, the staff at Texas Injury Clinic can spend less time looking at the ceiling, and more time looking after patients.