If you are responsible for a building with a commercial roof, extending your commercial roof's life is a cost-saving move that will allow you to get more usage out of the roof.
Way #1: Work on Ventilation
With roofs, many people focus on the integrity of the exterior roofing material and forget about ventilation. With a commercial roof, ventilation is essential. Proper ventilation will help stabilize your roof's temperature and help prevent mold from growing on the underside of your roof.
Spring is right around the corner, which means that it is time to start thinking about taking care of your roof. Spring is a great time to take care of roofing maintenance tasks, fix any damage from the winter, and be sure your roof is ready for the rest of the year.
Clean the Gutters
The start of spring is a great time to clean your gutters. Additionally, debris could have quickly accumulated in your gutters between when you cleaned your gutters this fall and the start of spring.
Often, homeowners keep an eye out for roofing damage, and if they do notice any signs, they may decide to call a roofing contractor. There is nothing wrong with this approach. However, there are more things to consider. While you should always be on the lookout for roof damage, you should also be aware of the most common causes of roof damage so that when possible, you can seek to minimize them.