Commercial building maintenance is vital to the success of any business as much as maintaining a home is essential to the integrity of a person’s living space. It’s the responsibility of a facility manager or building owner to ensure the upkeep of all parts of a structure, especially the roof.
As a building’s first line of defense, the roof is continuously exposed to natural elements and experiences some degree of wear and tear. Neglecting proactive maintenance can compromise building safety and work efficiency, leading to eventual profit loss.
Unfortunately, some are overly laid back when it comes to roof maintenance. However, it’s something commercial building owners need to learn to keep their roofs in good shape. Here are some maintenance tips to extend your roof’s life and prolong the need for a full replacement.