Everything inside your commercial building is as safe and well-protected from the weather as the condition of your roof. Leaks and roof failure can cause major work slowdowns and equipment loss. Below are six reasons you should consider having an annual roof maintenance contract for your building.
Provide monitoring of the condition of commercial roofing by a professional that can perform an inspection each year and provide an analysis of needed repairs, as well as complete general maintenance duties. Protecting the integrity of your roof is imperative to keeping your business equipment, products, and employees safe and dry.
Leaves, branches, and blowing trash can find their way up to your roof and stay. The consistent removal will prevent any inadvertent damage from happening to the surface materials, flashing, and vent systems. An annual maintenance contract will provide for the removal if this accumulated debris, leaving a clean and secure surface once again.
Gutter systems can develop clogs that allow water to pool on the roof, or drain in areas that can cause harm to property and flooding. Part of the annual maintenance program is cleaning the gutters and drainage pathways to ensure water is collected and removed from the roof properly.
Inspect Vents and Flashing
Any structure that goes through the roof, such as a vent, has to have a healthy seal maintained to guard against water intrusion to the building. Flashing is another vital moisture seal feature that has to stay present and in excellent condition to work. A commercial roofer can determine what needs repaired or replaced for waterproofing capabilities.
Minor Roof Repair and Seal
Any minor roof repairs and providing a finishing seal, if applicable, is included in an annual maintenance contract. You can rest at ease knowing that you are … Read the rest