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4 Tips for Commercial Roof Maintenance

2/11/2019 (Permalink)

Storm Damage 4 Tips for Commercial Roof Maintenance Trim trees to prevent from scratching at the roof

Commercial Roof Requires Regular Maintenance

As one of the most valuable and necessary components of your business’s infrastructure, your commercial roof requires regular maintenance. Damage can appear in the form of a roof leak, wind damage or heat damage, and doing as much as you can to prevent and correct this is imperative to saving money and resources down the line. Here are a few tips for inspecting and maintaining your commercial roof in Redlands, CA.

1. Perform regular inspections with a qualified professional. Schedule regular inspections every six months with a qualified inspector. Additionally, schedule inspections after storms to assess for any wind damage that could make your building more susceptible to a roof leak. In the event of a hail storm with ¾ inch or greater sized hail, schedule an inspection with your insurer to ensure damage did not occur. If repairs are needed, a commercial storm damage professional can provide the expertise needed for a cost-effective solution.

2. Seal vents and skylights. Check to make sure all vents are sealed to prevent debris and leaks. Regularly take a special look around any skylights and other roof features to make sure all edges are sealed and equipment remains properly secured.

3. Keep records of previous damage. Because repairs to previous damage can create weak spots in the roof, keep a record of any previous storm damage or repairs made. Keep a closer eye on these areas during inspections or after any severe weather events.

4. Trim trees and keep gutters clear. To prevent trees from scratching at the roof or creating wind damage, trim branches to create a safe clearance. Also, regularly check gutters to make sure they have not become clogged with twigs or leaves.

Performing regular maintenance and inspections is an essential part of ensuring your commercial roof’s longevity. Following these tips can help you, as a business owner, minimize the risk of a roof leak or other potential damage.

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