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Signs Your Commercial Roof Is Experiencing Issues

Updated: Sep 29, 2021

Signs Your Commercial Roof Is Experiencing Issues

Some signs of roof damage don’t become apparent until the problem has gotten worse, one reason you should have your system checked regularly. If you need a roof repair, make sure to complete it immediately to prevent further damage.

Roofing Issues

Read on to learn how to tell if your commercial roof is experiencing problems.

Water Spots on Walls and Ceilings

Plumbing issues can result in water stains on your walls and ceilings, but so do roof leaks. Keep in mind that even relatively new roofs can experience this problem. Other common causes of leaks in commercial roofs are storm damage and excessive foot traffic. Installing mechanical equipment on the roof requires creating openings or sealing existing ones for piping. When not done correctly, water can enter your interior through the roof.

Obvious Leaks When It’s Raining

If your ceiling is dripping every time it’s raining, you must have it checked by professional roofing contractors immediately. There may already be water stains and mold inside your building if there apparent leaks on your ceilings.

Mold Inside Your Building

Among the last things you want to see in your building is mold. It’s not only unsightly, but also produces a bad, musty odor. When not removed immediately, it can put the health of the occupants at risk. Mold is known to trigger allergies and asthma attacks.

Visible Holes on the Roof

Contact your contractor as soon as possible if you notice obvious holes on your roof. Commercial roofing systems that depend on seamed materials can experience issues where the material meets.

Whether you need a commercial roof replacement or repair, you can count on A1 Quality Roofing, Inc. You can rely on our team for locating the source of your roof leak and fixing it quickly. Give us a call at (951) 877-4406, or fill out our contact form to get a free estimate.

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