Roof Damage Spreads
Roofing damage tends to spread. A missing shingle damages the integrity of an entire roof by allowing moisture in the will start to rot under all the other shingles. Regular roof inspections catch these problems when they are still small. This means small and inexpensive repairs can be made instead of having to replace your whole roof because a small problem spent a few years becoming a large one.
A Clean Roof is a Safe Roof
Depending on the purpose of your commercial property, you may need to have professionals on your roof to make installations or do other essential maintenance. When they are up there, having dirt, debris, or even vegetation can make your roof a hazard. A part of a roofing inspection is making sure that harmful debris and vegetation are removed so it doesn’t cause damage or become a hazard. However, the biggest benefit of this is that it makes your roof look as clean as the rest of your building.
If there is one thing to keep in mind when you are deciding how important regular roofing inspection is to your business is that small damage doesn’t stay small.