Commercial Waterproof Roof Coatings
Seattle and Tacoma Commercial Seal Repair and Maintenance Program
Key Inspection Points (Commercial Properties):
Maintenance inspections must be performed in a systematic manner to reduce the frequency and extent of oversights. Therefore an inspection checklist is established and USED. The first thing done in the SEAL Maintenance Program is to identify what needs to be done to bring the roof system up to standards. So, after a routine SEAL inspection is done, an inspection report is prepared, providing the customer with pictures and clearly written details of our findings along with a list of recommended repairs and repair costs if they are not covered under the standard maintenance and inspection program.
Our Seal inspection begins with five main categories
1. THE BUILDING'S EXTERIOR
The building's exterior is checked for signs of leaks/ staining, and missing mortar along exterior walls and checking metal work/ parapets.
2. THE INTERIOR OF A BUILDING
Our SEAL Technicians look for leaks/ deterioration along interior walls and ceiling also checking the bottom side of the roof deck wherever available.
3. THE PERIMETER OF THE ROOF
The roof perimeter is checked looking at the base flashings, counter flashings, and fascia flashing/ copings. SEAL Technicians check for leaks/ staining areas, missing mortar, lifted edges, term bars, debris build up and signs of movement that could affect the roofing system.
4. THE FIELD OF THE ROOF
The field of the roof is thoroughly checked for excessive foot traffic, other trades damage, membrane overlaps and redistributes ballast (if necessary). The SEAL tech will clear gutters
, drains and downspouts, inspect coatings
, strainers and clamping rings. The roof is examined for oil deposits, surface contamination, soft area, vandalism, and any ponding water issues.
All HVAC units, duct work, and any accompanying electrical work are checked. Also, pitch pans, plumbing vents, positive flow vents and roof vents are inspected for excessive wear or defects.