Commercial roofs are strong, resistant and durable building components, designed and constructed to stand up to the elements, but because they work so hard all the time, they need to be properly maintained, too. Here are some of the activities related to commercial roof repair Fort Collins contracted roof maintenance:
- Six-monthly inspections – get your commercial roof inspected by a professional each year in spring and in fall. Special attention needs to be paid to sensitive areas, such as the roof valleys or the seams, areas around the roof vents, the flashing around the chimneys or the skylights and the sides of the roof, where shrinkage is likely to cause problems;
- Timely repairs – fixing any issues detected during the roof inspection is also essential for the health of your roof;
- Gutter cleaning – maintenance is also important for the components adjacent to the roof, such as the gutters and the downspouts – without it, water will accumulate on the surface of the roof and will damage the surface in no time;
- Protective coating – modern coating products can protect your commercial roof against rust and fading. Most coating products need to be reapplied every 3-5 years, so make sure to include coating into the regular roof maintenance schedule.