Regular commercial roof inspections are critical to preserving the integrity of your roof and assuring that it lasts as long as you thought it would, when you purchased it. Remember that severe weather, including wind, snow, and ice, can take years off the life of your roof. Regular inspections and preventive maintenance will catch small problems before they become big ones. Alliant Roofing Company can help you set a schedule which may save you thousands of dollars over the life of your roof.
Alliant Roofing’s commercial roof inspection program comprises these 6 points:
- We will inspect your entire commercial roof for damage sustained from weather, foot traffic or rooftop equipment. Punctures in a TPO flat roof can eventually compromise your entire roof. The sooner we find them the better.
- We will inspect and clean all drains and grates so that rain water and melted snow flow freely. This helps to minimize the development of damaging ice dams as temperatures drop below freezing.
- We will remove all debris from your roof not only to ensure that drainage is unrestricted, but to examine roofing membranes.
- We will inspect all welds and sheet metal flashings, checking to see that all critical points remain intact and are firmly attached and sealed. This includes welds at all seams, curbs, and penetrations and flashings at copings, gutters, and downspouts.
- We will inspect and verify that roof access ladders and locking apparatus are working and that all flashings are securely in place.
- Finally, we will provide you with a detailed written report describing the condition of your roof and any problems that should be addressed now, to avoid more costly repairs or even roof replacement later.
Schedule a Commercial Roof Inspection Today!
For a comprehensive, thorough inspection of your roof and for any questions about setting up a commercial roof inspection program, call Alliant Roofing at 1-844-398-3757. We guarantee that you will be satisfied with our assessment of your roof. After all, who doesn’t like to save money?
Last Modified: March 14, 2018