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Did you know that most commercial roofs should be inspected at least twice a year? Performing regular roof inspections, maintenance, and cleaning can dramatically lower your overall facility costs, minimize the need for costly emergency roofing repairs, and prolong the life of your commercial roof. If your area has been subject to high winds, tornadoes, hail storms, or hurricanes, you would be wise to schedule an inspection immediately!
Here’s what to look for while you’re up on the roof, in the attic, or on the ground. Or, better yet, share this checklist with your commercial roofer and leave the inspection to the pros!
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If your building has a flat roof, you may have already discovered that the surface is vulnerable to degradation due to weathering and standing water. Take a close look at your roof and check for granular loss, stretching, ponding, holes, punctures, or blisters. If you have a membrane roof, carefully inspect the overall condition of the membrane.
It may be wise to take a look after a gusty or rainy day. While you’re up there, check the drains for debris that may be blocking them and inspect flashings and membrane seams for obvious signs of damage and wear and tear. If your roof suffers from a fungus problem, it’s time to get it professionally cleaned; fungal growth can contribute to leaks.
Sloped roofs are typically made from asphalt shingles, tiles, slate, or metal. Make sure the shingles are in good shape, free from granular loss, curling, or cupping. If your roofing material is losing grain or bending, it may be nearing the end of its functional life. Call in the professionals for a second opinion.
If your building features a tile or slate roof, make sure it’s smooth and free from chips or cracks. We strongly recommend leaving this to the pros because tiled sloped roofs can be incredibly dangerous! If the damage is caught early enough, only the damaged materials will need to be replaced.
Metal roofs should be checked for corrosion, oil canning, popped screw heads, and loose, bent, or damaged panels. Seams should be checked for uniformity and water tightness. Exposed fasteners should be checked individually to ensure the washer seals securely around the point of penetration.
Allcon Roofing offers competitive commercial roofing maintenance packages. Contact Allcon Roofing to learn more about our services!