Among other maintenance schools should conduct roof inspections twice a year

Among other maintenance, schools should conduct roof inspections twice a year.

Keeping up on Your Roofs

Regular inspections and prompt repairs will prolong the life of a building’s roof.

School systems, especially when budgets are tight, often are tempted to defer maintenance of their facilities, and one of the easiest places to forgo maintenance is a building roof—it is out of sight, and few people can see whether it is being kept in good condition or ignored.

Administrators and maintenance workers know that the accepted standard is to inspect all roofs at least twice a year, but when staffing is stretched thin and more urgent and visible jobs claim prior

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