Keeping Your Tenants and Employees Dry
When it comes to property management strategies, all commercial building owners have their differences. One thing most can agree on, however, is that letting their tenants, staff or stock get soaked each time it rains is a pretty poor business plan.
Leaks are generally harder to fix after they’ve grown to noticeable proportions, so your best bet is to take a proactive stance by detecting leaks before they become too serious. According to the Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety, many types of leaks result in visible changes to a roof’s structure. Here are a few signs to watch out for.