Roofs are often ignored until a problem shows up inside the building that can’t be ignored. We posted about this on LinkedIn today.
The issue is that roofs are hard to see. You have to actively decide to go up there and look around, or have someone do it, to know what’s going on. If you wait until water shows up in the office or bedroom downstairs—or part of the roof is in the parking lot because it blew off—then it is too late. Damage from a roof leak that has made its way into the building is often extensive, and far more expensive to fix than just the cost of repairing the roofing alone.
Roof inspections, performed regularly, help to solve this problem. Benefits of annual (at least) roof inspections include:Read more