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CA Contractor License # 886275, C-39, B, C-33

Licensed Roofing, Painting and General Building Contractor



Commercial roof maintenance is essential for preserving the integrity, performance, and longevity of a building's roofing system. Regular maintenance helps identify and address issues early on, preventing more significant problems and extending the lifespan of the roof.


commercial roof maintenance - All Climate Roofing


All Climate Roofing's commercial roof repair contractors work with many building owners and managers to conduct regular roof inspections and maintenance. Our roof maintenance programs cover the following:

  1. Roof Inspections:
    • Conduct routine inspections at least twice a year, ideally in the spring and fall. Inspections should also be performed after severe weather events. Check for signs of damage, leaks, or commercial roof repair areas that require attention.
  2. Clearing Debris:
    • Remove debris such as leaves, branches, and other materials from the roof surface, drains, and gutters. Accumulated debris can lead to water pooling, which may compromise the roof's integrity.
  3. Drainage System Maintenance:
    • Ensure that the roof's drainage system, including scuppers, roof drains, drainage crickets, gutters, and downspouts, is clear of debris and functioning properly. Adequate drainage prevents water ponding, which can contribute to leaks and structural damage.
  4. Sealant and Flashing Inspection:
    • Inspect sealants and flashing around penetrations, seams, and joints. Replace any deteriorating sealant or flashing to maintain a watertight seal and prevent water intrusion.
  5. HVAC Equipment Inspection:
    • If there are HVAC units or other equipment on the roof, inspect their condition. Ensure that supports are secure, pitch pockets are sealed, and there are no signs of leaks or damage.
  6. Roof Membrane Examination:
    • Check the roof membrane for signs of damage and deterioration, punctures, tears, membrane buckled up, lifted seams. Address any issues promptly to prevent water infiltration.
  7. Skylight and Rooftop Equipment Inspection:
    • If there are skylights or other rooftop equipment, inspect them for leaks, damage, dome cracks, or deteriorating seals. Proper maintenance of these elements helps preserve the roof's integrity.
  8. Documentation of Maintenance:
    • Keep detailed records of all inspections and maintenance activities. Documentation can be valuable for tracking the roof's history, identifying recurring issues, and planning for future maintenance.
Commercial Roof Maintenance - All Climate Roofing


  • Santa Barbara County
  • Ventura County
  • Los Angeles County


All Climate Roofing is proud to extend our commercial roofing services to clients located in the following areas:

  • Santa Barbara County
  • Ventura County
  • Los Angeles County

We have been a reliable roofing company for more than a decade. In that time, we've built a name for ourselves as a one-stop shop for your roofing needs. As a family-owned and operated company, there's no better resource for your commercial roof.

Be sure to contact us if you would like to schedule an appointment or if you have any questions. You can reach our office at (805) 390-1792. You can also request a free estimate by filling out the form below.

Before you know it, we'll have you connected with the innovative roofing solutions you've been looking for.