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Commercial Roof Maintenance!

Commercial roof maintenance is very important to your commercial roof! The roof of a commercial building is the first line of defense from natural hazards such as wind, rain, fire, hail, ice, snow, and extreme heat. It is also the most vulnerable part of your building.


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If it’s been a while since you’ve been on your roof or had commercial roof maintenance done on your or had your roof inspected, your first priority should be to identify and fix any major problems.

Depending on the slope of the roof and the ease of access, inspections sometimes can be done by the building owner, but in many cases, it makes sense to hire a contractor to make sure the job is done safely and correctly.


Prolonged standing water or ponding on the roof can lead to premature aging and deterioration of the cover, which will lead to leaks.

Bubbles may indicate trapped moisture within the roof cover, which can lead to leaks, reduce the life span of the roof.

Roof flashing is the strips of metal or other impervious material installed around the perimeter of the roof edge where the roof cover meets the wall.

Tears in the roof membrain or worn or cracking seams can allow water to enter below the membrain.


Commercial Roof Maintenance:

The best way to avoid roof-related problems and strengthen weather resistance is through regular care and preventive maintenance. Proper maintenance also prolongs the life of a roof. The frequency of commercial roof maintenance inspections for routine maintenance depends on several factors, including the age of the roof, recent weather events, rooftop foot traffic, and conditions identified during previous inspections.

Consulting a professional roofing contractor may be helpful if concerns exist after a maintenance review of the roof. The contractor can also help to determine the health of the roof, estimate the remaining life of the roof, help you develop a maintenance plan, and identify additional steps to protect the roof.


Contact one of our trained contractor for your free roof inspection