Your commercial roofing is generally built stronger than residential roofing, but it can only take so much until it needs maintenance or repair. The question is, how should you get your roofing maintained and how important is really? Tedrick’s Roofing, Inc. discusses more.
How Often Should Maintenance Be?
Generally, you’ll want to have your roof inspected and maintained at least twice every year. This is just a general consensus though, and the actual frequency should depend on what kind of weather your property experiences. Washington has a relatively humid climate, so you might want to get your roof inspected at least once every two months. Of course, make sure to have your roof check after you’ve just experienced intense weather like a storm or a blizzard.
Warning Signs May Not Be Obvious
The tell-tale signs of roof damage aren’t always obvious. The signs are hidden within the roofing itself, so your roof may look like it’s fine but it’s actually hiding existing damage. This is why we always advise you to have your roof inspected by a professional roofer as he has the skills and experience to pinpoint even the most “hidden” warning signs.
Your commercial property’s roofing is built to last a long time, but there are many things that can wear it down, cause it to prematurely age, and affect how well it protects your commercial space. As a building owner, you want to make the most out of your roofing so in the end, your maintenance is actually preventative.
Get a professional roofer to do your roofing maintenance for you. Roof maintenance is tricky and risky work, and the last thing you want is to make a mistake when you’re doing your maintenance work. Additionally, you may not have all the tools necessary to do the actual repair. If you want peace of mind and professional workmanship, hire an experienced roofer.
Does your roof need inspecting or roof repair? Give us a call at (877) 212-9355 for more information on our roofing services. We offer our roofing services to commercial property owners throughout Federal Way, WA.