11 Ways to Keep Your Commercial Roof in Good Condition
Commercial roofs are often neglected, even though they are a very important part of any commercial property. A commercial roof should be inspected at least once a year to ensure that it is in good condition and that there are no leaks or other problems. In this blog post, we will discuss 11 ways to keep your commercial roof in good condition.
Keep trees and other plants away from the roof. Trees and plants can damage a commercial roof by causing leaks and other problems.
Inspect the roof regularly for leaks or other problems. If you find any leaks or other problems, have them fixed immediately.
Make sure that your commercial roof is properly ventilated. A well-ventilated commercial roof will help to prevent moisture build-up and extend the life of your roof.
Clean your commercial roof regularly. Debris on the roof can cause water build-up and lead to leaks.
Have snow removal services remove snow and ice from your commercial roof regularly during the winter months. Snow and ice can cause serious damage to a commercial roof if not removed regularly.
Make sure that the roofing material is of good quality and is in good condition. If the roofing material is old or damaged, have it replaced immediately.
Keep the gutters on your commercial property clean and free of debris. Debris in the gutters can cause water to back up and damage the roof.
Install a rain barrel to collect rainwater from the roof. Rainwater collected from the roof can be used to water plants or for other purposes.
Have a qualified professional inspect your commercial roof at least once a year. A professional commercial roof inspection will identify any potential problems with your roof and help to extend its life span.
These are just some of the ways that you can keep your commercial roof in good condition. For more tips and advice, please contact a commercial roofing contractor in the Sherman Oaks CA area.
Matrix Roofing + Waterproofing, Inc
5160 Van Nuys Blvd #486, Sherman Oaks, CA 91403