A property manager’s guide to roof inpections

At least twice per year, property managers should inspect and conduct maintenance on their roofs. An inspection in the spring will identify any damage that occurred over the winter months, and an inspection in the fall will ensure the roof is ready for harsh winter conditions.  When conducting the inspection, take a plan of the roof and note the locations of any anomalous conditions. The results of previous inspections can be used to determine whether the roof has deteriorated since the last inspection. Photographs can also be used to document changes in the condition of the roof over time.   What follows is an overview of what to look for and fix when inspecting low-scope, conventional and inverted roofs, but first, a few words about safety:    Read the article………….


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