Commercial Roof Inspections in Spring Are Essential
Updated: May 23
Roofs are often taken for granted. Most businesses don’t give their commercial roof a second thought, but considering their purpose, we should think about them, at least because they need care and maintenance, just like building interiors. After all, without a roof to shield your business from the elements, the other parts of the building can only do so much.
Commercial Roof Inspections
A quality roof will protect your business and property from all the elements, like wind, rain, hail, and snow, and Colorado has had some heavy snow this winter. Although no roof is impervious to Mother Nature's effects, building owners can take steps to prevent or mitigate costly problems. Standing water on a roof can lead to water damage, and any uncleared snow creates undue stress on your roof from its weight. Trees that may overhang your building can cause damage by falling branches or leaves clogging drains and gutters/downspouts.
What Happens During a Roof Inspection?
Routine roof inspections can help catch any of these problems before they become costly disasters for you and your business. What exactly is involved in a United Materials commercial roof inspection? United’s trained roofing technician will inspect your roof’s condition and look for any apparent physical damage. Any debris should also be removed, and drainage devices should be checked to ensure they’re in proper working order. Remember: just because no water enters your building doesn’t mean your roof is in good shape.
United Materials provides businesses extra peace of mind with the RoofGuard® maintenance program to assist our customers in keeping their roofs in optimum condition. For over 99 years, United Materials has been committed to delivering exceptional quality work and world-class customer service. Let us inspect your roof and help you continue to protect all your business assets.