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Roof Maintenance Tips for Commercial Property Owners

8/19/2018 (Permalink)

Commercial Roof Maintenance Tips for Commercial Property Owners By inspecting and maintaining your roof, you can identify problems and keep it clear of debris.

Some things are out of mind when they're out of sight. You may not give much thought to the roof of your commercial building in Ebensburg, PA, but the state of your roof can have drastic effects on the state of your building as a whole. If you have a roof leak, for example, your building could sustain structural damage over time from the water that seeps into it. Regular inspection and maintenance of your roof protects your whole building.

Inspections

It is advisable to have set times during the year to inspect your roof. It is also important to inspect it after every major storm to see if it sustained any hail, rain or wind damage. There are several key problems to look for during inspections:

• Missing or damaged shingles
• Dents in metal roof or gutters
• Signs of previous leaks
• Debris in gutters
• Gaps in rooftop vents or equipment

A sure sign of a roof leak is excess moisture in the attic or water stains on the ceiling. If you or trusted professionals are performing regular inspections, however, you may be able to avoid these problems in the first place.

Maintenance

After each inspection, the first thing you do is repair any problems that you found. Replace broken or cracked shingles, seal up cracks in vents and make sure the flashing over the joints is intact. Part of your frequent roof maintenance, particularly during storm season, is to make sure that your gutters are cleaned on a consistent basis. Trim trees and bushes so that errant branches are less likely to break off during a storm and get blown onto the roof. The better your roof is maintained, the less likely you will need to hire water remediation specialists to clean up after the problems a faulty roof can cause.

By inspecting and maintaining your roof, you can identify problems and keep it clear of debris. A little bit of attention goes a long way to preventing a major roof leak. For more information, visit http://www.SERVPROebensburg.com/.

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