Industry standards suggest that a commercial roof should be inspected twice per year and any time after a major weather event. It is recommended once in the spring and once in the fall, just before and after our more extreme weather seasons.
Maintaining large, complex roofing systems can be very expensive, especially if the care and attention it should receive is ignored. A new commercial roof is a major expense, and like most major investments, the performance depends on proper maintenance in order for your roof to last the duration of the manufacturer's warranty, which is typically 20 years or so, depending on the roofing material and manufacturer.
Speaking of warranties, most roof system warranties have clauses regarding specific roofing maintenance guidelines that must be followed in order to keep the warranty in effect.
Roof inspections will save you money by catching minor issues before they affect other areas, including your building structure which will develop into major headaches.
Our detailed aerial roof inspections can form the blueprint for essential roofing repairs that will lengthen the lifespan of your roofing system and protect your property from damage. The information collected will be outlined and highly detailed, including images, and portrayed in a formatted report, that is valuable for record-keeping and highly beneficial for any insurance claim, especially if performed before and after a storm.