If you have a roof, it requires an inspection every now and then to double-check that you’re getting the most out of your investment. We don’t make the rules, we just enforce them. Roof inspections can allow contractors to catch a concern before it turns into a costly problem. This goes for both residential and commercial properties. Here are some of the things you can expect us to look at when inquiring about a commercial roof inspection:
Leaks & Interior Damage
When you hire us for a commercial roof inspection, our team will immediately look for water damage. Water damage can show itself in the form of stains, mold and pooling water. Finding water damage is an indicator that there’s a leak in the roof. While this leak could be small at the start, its damage could be significant.
When we say interior damage, we’re referring to the inside of your commercial property. This will include an assessment of the attic (if applicable), walls and interior appliances. We want to make sure that nothing major, like the HVAC unit, is raising concerns.
Physical & Structural Damage
Once our contractors inspect the inside of your building, we’ll walk the roof to search for any unusual circumstances. Starting from the perimeter of the roof allows us to guarantee we’re not missing any square footage. This is also because leaks are typically found around the perimeter edges.
When we walk the roof, we’re looking for water damage, holes, cracks, lifted seams and more. We guarantee a thorough inspection because when we put our name on something, we want to be proud of it. We promise to provide our customers with a transparent overview of the inspection and solutions to any problems we may have found along the way. We’ll also provide a competitive price to fix the problems as soon as possible.
If your office building is due for a commercial roof inspection, we’d be happy to take care of it for you. Click here to submit a form and we’ll be in touch with you shortly to schedule a date and time that works with your schedule. We serve Gainesville, as well as the Metro Atlanta and North Georgia areas.