Commercial Roof Inspection Checklist
With quality materials that are properly installed, a good commercial roof can last for many years. That said, it won’t last its entire life expectancy without help. It makes sense if you think about it: the roof that protects your building is constantly exposed to the elements. Heat, cold, wind, water, and debris can wreak havoc on even the best roofing systems. That’s why proper care, maintenance, and regular inspections are the keys to roof longevity because they allow you to identify and fix small problems before they become big ones.
While you should schedule a professional roof inspection for your building at least once a year, you can also conduct periodic checks on your own. If you know what to look for and what to do about it, you can help keep your own roof in good condition throughout the year. The following commercial roof inspection checklist will help you identify problems, and decide what you can handle yourself, and when it’s time to call in the pros.