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Commercial Roof Maintenance Program

Spot potential costly problems early. Included in the program are FREE light repairs such as replacing sealant, addressing loose fasteners, joint covers and pipe boot flanges

  • Interior of the building.

    • We examine the interior walls and ceiling for any signs of moisture or water penetration. ​

  • Visual inspection of the roof.​​

  • Cap flashing inspection.

    • Full inspection and repair for loose / missing fasteners.​

    • Deformed metal.

    • Loose or displaced sections of metal. 

    • Corrosion.

    • Missing or loose joint covers. 

    • Sealant showing signs of cracking, weathering, or ageing.

  • Edge metal inspection.

    • Loose areas of attachment.​

    • Loose or missing stripped-in flashing.

    • Splits in the stripping at metal.

    • Corroded metal.

    • Sealant showing signs of cracking, weathering, or ageing.

  • Base flashing inspection.

    • Verifying a secure and sealed top termination.​

    • Verify a continous adhesion of base flashing to substrate.

    • Verify a covered top seal of the membrane base flashing.

    • Verify closed seams at the bottom of the base flashing. 

    • Verify sealed seams at the vertical laps. 

    • Verify sealants are in good condition, without signs of cracking, weathering, or ageing. 

  • Penetration Inspection

    • Inspect the drain clamping ring and drain strainer to ensure proper securement for a watertight seal. ​

    • Verify thorough adhesion of sealant inside the pitch pockets and membrane adhesion. 

    • Verify pitch pockets contain adequate fill material to prevent water from collecting. 

    • Verify pipe boot flanges sealed tightly to room membrane. 

    • Verify a tight seal and termination around pipe(s) at the top of the pipe boots. 

  • Inspection of the Field of the Roof

    • Inspect to verify no fasteners are protruding against the membrane, causing a "tenting" effect. ​

    • The membrane contains no worn spots, deteriorated areas, or holes in the membrane. 

    • Insulation panels are in their original positions; no buckling or warping.

    • There are no changes in the insulation or substrate firmness when the roof is walked on. 

    • Adequate draining is present. 

    • Inspect any rooftop equipment to verify no roofing areas have been degraded by equipment leaks or spills. 

  • Roof Clean-Up

    • Pick up any loose debris like paper, bottles, broken glass, tree limbs, vegetation and dispose of it properly. ​

    • Remove obstructions such as leaves and twigs, from roof drains and scuppers, to ensure proper drainage. 

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Call or email for pricing and further details. 


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