Optimally, a commercial roof should be inspected at least twice a year, usually in the spring and in the fall. Most roof system warranties have specific roofing maintenance guidelines that must be followed in order to keep the warranty in effect. In some cases, enrolling in a qualified commercial roof maintenance plan can actually extend your warranty.


In addition to regular inspections, warranty maintenance and repairs, there are proactive measures to extend the service life of their roofing. All workers who have access to their roof should follow general precautions, such as not smoking on the roof, walking only on designated walk paths and pads, promptly clearing drain clogs and making it a habit not to leave tools or other items on the roof.


Because a commercial roof is much more complicated and technical than it looks to the untrained eye, the best way to protect your investment is to hire a roofing specialist rather than handing over responsibility for the roof to a building maintenance crew. At Guardian Construction Group, we will provide a customized preventative maintenance plan to assist our customers in making good roof repair and maintenance decisions. We use state-of-the-art thermography equipment that detects potential leaks before they’re visible. Our goal is to keep your roof in top shape so you can get back to business.


Documenting the history of the roof is imperative to a successful commercial roof maintenance plan. It is wise to keep both a digital copy and a hard copy of all the necessary documents, which should include original roof specs, shop drawings and proposals, daily construction reports, manufacturer’s roofing system product sheets, warranty documents and records of all roof changes, modifications and repairs. Initial Roof Survey for a Commercial Roof Maintenance Plan and initial comprehensive roof survey, including an energy audit analysis, provides a solid foundation at the start of a new commercial roof maintenance program. The survey should feature a detailed report of the roof’s current condition, the age and size of the roof, and the type of roofing system present. Any factor that influences the existing or future roof condition, such as location and type of access portals, the number and placement of paths, prevailing environmental factors and building use, are all-valuable for establishing a successful commercial roof maintenance plan.

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