Here at BL Dalsin Roofing, we know that as much as we love the summer sun here in Minnesota, it can cause problems for a commercial roof.
It is not uncommon for the sun’s heat to cause cracks, bumps, and other signs of damage to your roof’s surface. Commercial roofs tend to be tougher, but the sun still takes its toll on even the toughest of materials.
Often times these things remain unnoticed until you have a rainy day and start seeing leaks in the roof. Leaks can cause all kinds of unheard of damages to your business and your products. They are not only inconvenient but can also lead to being very expensive. This is where preventative maintenance comes into play. Having regularly scheduled roof inspections can help prevent the cause and effects of having heat damage on your roof. With an inspection, you will be made aware of trouble spots and will be able to take a proactive approach to address the situation before it becomes a bigger problem.
By taking some preventative measures and hiring professional roofers, you and your roof will be able to stand the best chance you can against the sizzling summer heat.
Regular commercial roof maintenance is vital to your commercial roof, as it ensures that your roof will perform correctly throughout the year. Unfortunately, several widespread myths about the importance of commercial roof maintenance have made some property owners doubt the importance of investing in this service.
IF A SUMMER STORM HITS
Summer storms pop up unexpectedly and YOUR ROOF might be its next casualty. HEAVY RAINS cause unpredictable and menacing roof leaks inside an out. HAIL damage causes troublesome repairs, and WIND isn’t a problem until it creates a lifting of material or membrane that can lead to water entry and even an entire blow off.
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