These past few months have been hard on small businesses. From full closings, to limited schedules and everything in between, roof maintenance may be the last thing on your mind. But despite this unpredictable new reality, regular roof maintenance remains the best way to protect your commercial assets and keep your business running.
As summer comes to a close, it’s important to keep an eye on your business’s or commercial property’s roofline. We recommend starting inside your building to determine if there have been any leaks or recent signs of water intrusion. If there are any signs of water damage inside, chances are your roof is not completely watertight. An experienced contractor can easily help you find and fix such an issue.
Another proactive measure you can take as a business owner or property manager is to remove accumulated debris from your building’s roof. Sticks, branches and leaves have likely all been left to gather on your roof and in your building’s gutters. By removing excess debris, you can keep your gutters and downspouts properly functioning.
Most business owners and property managers do not have time to focus on the success of their business while managing a faulty or leaky commercial roof. That is why it is so important to get on a regular maintenance schedule with a licensed, professional roofing contractor. Let us manage your commercial property’s roof maintenance and repair so you can get back to running your business.