1. Have an Appropriate Toolkit
2. Check the State of the Walls
Check your interior walls’ to see if there are signs of mold, such as dark spots or peeling paintwork. By checking your interior walls for moisture, it’s possible to mitigate the growth of mold and mildew to prevent further leaks from spreading.
3. Look Out for Damp Areas Around Vents and Chimneys
Damaged or worn flashing and sealing are the primary causes of leaks around vents and chimneys.
4.Check for Leaks
Make sure your roofing inspection is thorough enough to uncover all possible leaks.
5. Look for Any Ponding in Flat Roofs
If your commercial roof is flat or low-slope, look for:
Blisters in the material