During a commercial roof inspection, debris on the floor is very common and can cause severe damage to your roof.
Hey guys Matt with Trinity Roofing and Restoration here.
One of the other items were going to check out on your commercial property it’s HVAC units and the other bigger penetrations.
A lot of times we find things that are leftover, pieces of wire, screws, whatever. We found a few things just walking around this unit.
All these screws probably went into this unit at one point in time. Someone just left it up here after they did some maintenance. So we pick it up to make sure no one is going to step on it, grind them into the TPO, and in this case modified membrane and start causing holes and leaks through the commercial roof.
Inspecting Your Commercial Roof for Debris
We walk around and get those things and we also check to make sure there are no water sources that are just going to consistently drip on your roof. All these pipes that should be connected and running out the drains and scuppers sometimes get loose.
As you can tell, most of the time they’re not glued, so we just got to figure out where they’re at, and this one just slides it back on here and hope that it stays.
We would Just keep maintaining that each and every time we come up here for a maintenance routine.
We’re going to look for screws, fasters, anything else around here, or any debris on your commercial roof.
Also, make sure none of the modified membranes could become loose or punctured. We’re going to look at all your drip lines and make sure everything is tightened up and maintained the way it should be, so you’re not having consistent water dripping on your commercial roof.
Matt with Trinity Roofing and Restoration.
Commercial Roof inspection debris