If you are new to commercial property management, it can be hard to keep up with all of the maintenance items that must be addressed each season. There are a lot of challenges to maintaining commercial gutters that truly require a professional’s attention. Here are some of the things you should expect.
A different type of gutter
Commercial gutters are much different than residential systems, and there are several different types and materials used. Commercial gutters are usually made of the same basic materials as those used for residential, those used for nonresidential properties will likely be lined with EPDM rubber, asphalt, or roofing felt.
The size and shape of the gutter matters as well. Most commercial properties have flat roofs, requiring a different type of gutter. Box gutters are the most common type used in most nonresidential properties. If you’re not sure what type of gutters you have, what materials they are made of, or how to care for them properly, it is best to contact us for expert attention.
Commercial property owners have to worry about a lot more regulations than residential properties, even multi-family properties. Business has been highly regulated for nearly a century, and that includes exterior building maintenance requirements like gutter maintenance.
It’s impossible for one property manager to be an expert on all of the regulations for a building. That is why it is important to rely on our experienced professionals to take over your gutter cleaning and maintenance, leaving you worry free.
Commercial buildings are used in a different way than homes, and because of that repairs can be much more frequent. If you partner with us for your gutter cleaning and maintenance, we’ll be out to fix your gutter issues right away, before they cause other problems with your buildings.
Ready to see how we can help you manage your commercial property? Contact us today.