Axiom Division 7 AIM Program Specifications

logo-AIM-7The Axiom D7 AIM Program is our signature preventative maintenance plan, specifically designed to maintain and prolong the serviceable life of our clients roofing systems. AIM stands for Assess-Identify-Maintain. We use these three components to ensure your roof system stays functioning as designed, extending the longevity of your investment.

View full specifications below or download as a pdf here.

Assess – Each potential AIM roof will be thoroughly inspected for deficiencies and be given a grade based off of the existing roof condition. This is a vital step in ensuring we are treating each roof individually and tailoring a plan that will effectively prolong the serviceable life of your asset.

Identify – We will identify the deficiencies and costs related to bringing the roof into a maintainable condition. This can range from very minor debris removal to widespread Corrective Repairs. The identification of needed repairs and associated costs are unique to each roof. We will provide costs for Corrective Repairs (if needed) and subsequent AIM visits. These visits are a set price per year, and will increase 1-3% per year dependent on roof conditions.

Maintain – Our AIM visits can be set on a schedule that works best for you. Typically, Axiom D7 conducts these visits on an annual basis in the Fall or on a semi-annual basis in the Spring and Fall. This is again unique to each roof, and is scheduled in advance, at your convenience. See page 2 and 3 for a full outline of maintained items.

*Our Guarantee to AIM subscribers- If your roof leaks from an item we are responsible for maintaining, we will repair the leak for free.*

Key Features

  • Not binding by contract and can be terminated by either party at any time for any reason.
  • Classified as maintenance and is tax deductible
  • Set budgets for the year
  • 24/7 Priority leak service, and free leak service on maintained items
  • Meets manufactures warranty requirements
  • Reduces expenses related to emergency leaks
  • Monitors tenant activities on the roofing system
  • Extends the serviceable life of all roofing systems
  • Commercial Grade Materials. Trained Professionals.
  • Reduces likelihood of water intrusion events from debris blockage

AIM Program Checklist- (Asphalt Based)

  • Debris (Remove and Dispose of off site)
  • Base Flashing Head Laps (3 Coursed Where Needed)
  • Base Flashing Inside and Outside Corners (3 Coursed as Needed)
  • Blistering (Monitoring Only)
  • Coping Fasteners (Inspected, Tightened and/or Sealed)
  • Coping Laps (Inspected and Sealed)
  • Counterflashing Fasteners (Inspected, Tightened, and/or Sealed)
  • Counterflashing Laps (Inspected and Sealed)
  • Deteriorated Repairs Made in Past (Inspected and 3 Coursed as Needed)
  • Drain Bolts (Tightened and Noted if Broken)
  • Drain Drops (Inspected and Sealed)
  • Drain Sumps (Cleaned and Repaired)
  • Drip Edge (Inspected and Sealed)
  • Electrical Penetrations (Caulking Inspected and Caulked as Needed)
  • Gas Line Penetrations (Inspected and Caulked as Needed)
  • Gravel Stop (Inspected and Sealed)
  • HVAC Base Flashing Corners (3 Coursed as Needed)
  • Lead Bases(Sealed)
  • Pipe Bases (Sealed)
  • Pitch Pans (Filled and Sloped to Drain)
  • Skylight Base Flashing Corners (3 Coursed as Needed)
  • Storm Collars (Caulked)
  • Surface Mounted Reglet Caulking (Inspected and Sealed)
  • Through-Wall Scuppers (Inspected and Sealed)
  • Vent Bases (Sealed)
  • Wall Metal Fasteners (Inspected and Sealed as Needed)
  • Wall Metal Laps (Inspected and Sealed as Needed)

Axiom Division 7 AIM Program Excludes the Following Work

  • Added Roof Penetrations
  • Atypical Debris
  • Broken Drain Components
  • Blister Repairs
  • Damage by Others
  • Deleted Penetrations
  • Field Membrane Seams
  • HVAC Related Problems
  • Roofing System Failure (Deteriorated Roofing)
  • Storm Damage

AIM Program Checklist- Single Ply Roofing Systems (TPO, PVC, EPDM)

  • Debris (Remove and Dispose of off site)
  • Clamping Rings (Tightened and Caulked)
  • Coping Fasteners (Inspected, Tightened and/or Sealed)
  • Coping Laps (Inspected and Sealed)
  • Counterflashing Fasteners (Inspected, Tightened, and/or Sealed)
  • Counterflashing Laps (Inspected and Sealed)
  • Drain Bolts (Tightened and Noted if Broken)
  • Drain Drops (Inspected and Sealed)
  • Drain Sumps (Cleaned and Repaired)
  • Drip Edge (Inspected and Sealed)
  • Field T – Joints (Probed and Repaired)
  • Gas and Electrical Penetration Caulking (Inspected and Sealed)
  • Gravel Stop (Inspected and Sealed)
  • Overflow Scuppers (Inspected and Sealed)
  • Pipe Wraps (Inspected and Sealed)
  • Pitch Pans (Filled and Sloped to Drain)
  • Seam Sealant (Inspected and re-sealed where needed)
  • Storm Collars
  • Surface Mounted Reglet Caulking (Inspected and Sealed)
  • Termination Bar (Fasteners and Sealant)
  • Through-Wall Scuppers (Inspected and Sealed)
  • Vent Wraps (Inspected and Sealed)
  • Walk Pad (Inspected)

Axiom Division 7 AIM Program Excludes the Following Work

  • Added Roof Penetrations
  • Atypical Debris
  • Broken Drain -Components
  • Damage by Others
  • Deleted Penetrations
  • Deteriorated Membrane
  • Field Membrane Seams
  • HVAC Related Problems
  • Roofing System Failure
  • Storm Damage