5 Ways to Spot a Leak on a Commercial Roof
Catching leaks early can prolong the life of a commercial membrane roof as well as prevent internal damage to the building. Learn the tactics used to spot leaks so none escape notice for long. 1. Membrane Blisters When water gets beneath the membrane, it will begin to detach from the sub-roof. The result is visible blistering in the membrane as air and moisture pockets form beneath it. In some cases, you may be able to locate a puncture where the leak is occurring, but it's also possible for water to flow under the membrane in a manner that causes the blisters to form downslope from the actual membrane leak.