1. Maintenance is back in the front seat
As the focus on maintenance and regular repairs continues to grow through in 2019. Many commercial building owners are wise to the fact that regular maintenance is much less expensive than large-scale repairs or a full replacement when significant damage is done to a structure. While maintenance and repair are important, it’s just as important to make sure the person doing the maintenance is honest and transparent about the needs of your roof. One key point people point to for not scheduling inspections or regular maintenance is the prevalence of unnecessary repairs that cost money and do little to improve the function of the roof.