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Tips for Maintaining the Roof on Your Commercial Building

6/17/2018 (Permalink)

Your commercial building is an investment in your future, and as such, you need to invest in it. Though there are several maintenance measures that you need to be aware of, by far one of the greatest is roof maintenance. Your roof is your building's most vulnerable component, yet, it is also one of the most important. Your roof protects your building's assets from the elements, which is why you should invest in bi-annual inspections and measures to prevent a roof leak or other issue. In addition to annual inspections, there are other measures you can implement to keep your roof in great condition:

• Check the drains.
• Remove all debris from the rooftop.
• Inspect the gutters.
• Check for holes, leaks, mechanical abuse and other issues.
• Trim back any trees that overhang your roof.
• Make sure sealant and caulking are still intact.

Have a Plan in Place

In addition to knowing what you need to do to maintain your roof, you should also have a thorough and written plan in place. A properly written plan—and a way in which to execute it—can extend the life of your roof by years. Your plan should identify how to catch failures, such as a roof leak, and areas of despair early on, and before they become major and costly issues. Your plan should also leave an area in which you can note roof maintenance efforts, that way you can visually see which repairs have been made, and which areas still need attention.

Hire a Professional

Do not attempt to inspect and repair your roof on your own. Whether dealing with a leak or detached shutters due to wind damage, hire a Clear Lake, TX professional roofer to perform both inspections and repairs. Not only does a professional know what to do in each given situation, but a professional also knows which signs of disrepair to look for. Additionally, a professional roofer has all the right safety equipment and training.

Whether you're dealing with a roof leak or simply want to make sure that your roof is in good condition, call a professional to lend a helping hand. A properly maintained roof can prevent structural damage and the possible need for further remediation efforts. Visit http://www.SERVPROclearlake.com/ for more information on storm damage

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