Maintenance from a Roofing Contractor Keeps Your Roof in Top Shape
Updated: May 16
Avoid Roof Problems With Regular Inspections
As a business owner or facility manager, you can’t be expected to know as much about commercial roofs as a professional roofing contractor. Yet with a bit of knowledge, you can keep on top of the condition of the roof on your commercial building and know when it’s time to consult with a roofing contractor for a repair or replacement.
As a rule of thumb, inspect your roof every six months and after severe storms.
· Look for signs of softness, sagging, ponding water, or visible damage.
· Remove debris from roof drains and gutters.
· Inspect flashing for damage.
· Check for signs of wind damage, etc.
· Check vents, skylights, ceiling access ports, and areas around HVAC equipment for leaking or damage.
· Check for corrosion on metal roofs.
Get Maintenance from a Roofing Contractor Pro
You don’t have to take on this responsibility yourself. The RoofGuard® maintenance program from United Materials can help you keep your roof in top condition. With the RoofGuard plan, a trained professional from United Materials will conduct a thorough roof inspection every six months and provide you with a roof condition report.
About United Materials in Denver, Colorado
For nearly 100 years, customers in Denver and the Rocky Mountain region have trusted United Materials with their commercial roofing projects. United Materials is the region’s premier roofing contractor. We install high-quality, long-lasting commercial roofs that provide an excellent return on investment.
United Materials serves customers throughout the West. From our home in Denver, we serve customers in Colorado, Montana, Arizona, and Texas.