Roof Maintenance Inspections

Our maintenance sister company, Bacon Specialist Services can maintain your roof as well as your lightning & protection systems.

To ensure maximum efficiency and thereby control your cost, our engineers can conduct routine rooftop maintenance during the same visit as testing your lightning & fall protection systems.

Bacon engineers are expert at working at height. When inspecting and maintaining your lightning or fall protection systems they could also be using their skills to inspect and conduct maintenance on your roof and gutters. Doing so will help maximise the effectiveness of your property maintenance budget, extend the life of your roof and help prevent the need for others working in a potentially dangerous environment.

Inspections prolong roof life

Regular roof inspection and maintenance are essential to help the long term performance of your roof. An inspection will identify rooftop problems and faults early enough for them to be remedied before serious damage occurs. This could prevent the need for costly emergency repairs, reduce damage to the building structure and finishes, and ensure a safe working environment for the building’s occupants.

Seasonal roof maintenance

A seasonal inspection of your roof will help identify defects that may have formed during the summer, when the roof was exposed to high temperatures and sun light, or timing the inspection towards the end of autumn, our engineer will also be able to clear any build-up of leaves/ organic material that could cause ‘ponding’ and blockages in gutters and channels.

A spring inspection will be focused on looking for problems caused during the winter by ice, snow or high winds. The inspection should be performed after the worst of the winter weather, but early enough for repairs to be made before hot summer weather exacerbates the problems.

Damage inspections

Bacon Specialist Services has the resources to respond quickly and perform a roof inspection after extreme circumstances may have damaged the roof structure. Such as prolonged high winds, hail or excessive snow. Similarly, if you have had new plant or equipment installed on the roof, it could be beneficial to check that the roof surface has not been damaged in the process. Special attention is required to look for foot damage around roof access points and along walkways that naturally form between areas of rooftop access.

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