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Tips for commercial roof repairs

Commercial roof repairs are an essential part of keeping out leaks and avoiding large costs later down the line. Leaks can lead to mold or mildew which may cause damage to the building’s structure and destroy equipment.

Damage can be caused at any point within the year, especially in England due to our unpredictable weather, so it’s important that you find out if your roof is prepared for all weather conditions.

So how often do you need commercial roof repairs?

It should not be essential to need repairs every time there is a storm; so if you have recently had your roof repaired and it is already showing signs of failing, ring a recommended roof service to fix the damage correctly.

Certain roofs may require repair more often than other designs, however on average commercial roof repairs can last anywhere between 20 and 30 years. Repairs combined with regular gutter maintenance to your roof will make sure that any repairs last as long as possible.

Signs you need commercial roof repairs

Due to there being a variety of roof style available, the signs can vary. However, in general, you may see cracks in the gutter system, puddles of water around the building, or the gutter sagging. Moreover, if you are unsure about the signs, regular gutter maintenance should help to point out any damages at an early stage.

What happens if you leave damage?

If you decide to ignore the signs of damage, you may face larger problems further down the line. For example, moss can soak up moisture which can lead to water damage and soften your roof, algae also causes similar issues. Moreover, as mentioned in a recent blog, falling branches can cause growth within the gutter system leading to serious blockages. Again, to ensure these things don’t go left unnoticed book a regular gutter maintenance service.  

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