It's Always a Good Time for Roof Maintenance - July 2020

By Lucio "Leo" Vasquez, Technical Manager, Sherwin-Williams Roofing Solutions; Marisol Masferrer, Regio
Tue, Jul 14, 2020

Catching a problem early and preventing leaks through regular maintenance can save a building owner thousands of dollars in structural and property damage. For contractors, partnering with building owners on a maintenance program and regular inspections makes good business sense. 

While any roof observation can come with its share of surprises, there are certain focus areas you will always want to keep in mind. Next to following proper safety protocol, having a solid game plan can be the most important part of any inspection. Notes from the install, previous repair work or inspections will help in this area. Consulting with the building owner in advance on any issues they have experienced or repairs that maintenance staff may have performed, will also provide better insight. Read More.

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