Hospital roofing projects are very unique because they can’t afford to make mistakes. Every hospital in the world fights with infectious diseases within the building. To allow water into the sanctuary of a hospital will, in time, turn into mold and contaminate a sterile environment. Also, they have to meet the rigid standards of The American Health Care Association (A.H.C.A.). Since a hospital cannot shut down, we have to find ways to do the work without interrupting the patient care. This makes it an even more specialized type of roofing job.
We make sure that special precautions are taken when doing any kind of roofing project, such as using charcoal filters on any nearby air intakes to prevent any odor from entering the building. McEnany also understands that disruption of patient care is a primary concern but with our responsiveness and quality we can guarantee that your roofing project will be a success with no interference.
How does McEnany help the hospital decision-makers when it comes to the type of material that is used?