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Water Damage: Commercial Roof Leaks Restoration & Clean Up

Although it is easy to place a pan or an empty trash can underneath a roof leak, this is not the proper way to fix the issue and lead to a bigger crisis. Do not let this be the solution because roof leaks are dangerous and can be extremely damaging to your property.

We recommend hiring a professional for your commercial property or business roof leaks to prevent any future damage. ServiceMaster by Singer is available in the Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and Wilmington areas to restore and clean up your roof damage. Hiring us is easy, and once you do, we will immediately respond to your inquiry on fixing a leaking roof. As a full-service restoration company, we will do whatever is necessary to get your roof leak water-damaged commercial property back to its pre-loss condition, and to get your company back to an operational level. Because of our decades of experience in this industry, we know what to look out for to save you time and money in the long run. Effective communication in water damage restoration is essential to getting your organization back to work as fast as possible while maintaining a high level of quality. We can act as a liaison for you between the water damage and all relevant stakeholders. Beyond any physical work that is necessary, we can also help with insurance carriers, insurance policies (including the building owner’s master policy and tenant policies like Betterments and Improvements Insurance, Contents Liability Insurance, etc.), or any other complications resulting from your loss. Contact us immediately or call 1-855-574-6437 for your roof leak water damage restoration and clean up needs

Commercial Roof Leaks Causes

Commercial property or businesses experience roof leaks when one or more of these conditions occur:

Aging Roof

  • Roofs left in place beyond their useful life lead to leaks, and the number and severity of these leaks will increase over time.

Saturated Roofing

  • As a result of an aging roof, accumulated water is trapped in the roof because it is not dispensed correctly. The accumulated water saturates and ruins roofing material, which then can lead to a roof leak.

High Wind Damage

  • Your roof is susceptible to needing partial or entire replacement during high winds and severe weather, depending on the storm’s severity.

Ice Dams

  • An ice dam is the ridge of ice that forms at the end of a roof, preventing melting snow from draining properly.


  • If you have flashing where there is caulking on a seal, this is an area that will need to be replaced from time to time. It’s an easy solution for many to prevent further damage. If it is not properly replaced and repaired, that can lead to a roof leak as well.

By repairing the leak right away, we can minimize the damage, prevent hazardous circumstances, and even save you money.

Contact Our Experts For Commercial Roof Leaks Restoration & Clean Up

ServiceMaster by Singer has more than a decade of experience in commercial roof leaks restoration and clean up. We offer full services to repair your property’s damaged roof, including roof leaks restoration, hail damage restoration, repairs to the property’s exterior, including gutters, siding, windows, and doors.

A leaky roof can be a major issue for your property. Suppose water leaks through your commercial property or business, ruining your walls, flooring, and other personal belongings. In that case, ServiceMaster by Singer provides water cleanup, mold damage remediation and repairs, and other water damage full services. Contact us or call 1-855-574-6437 today!

Find Out More About Our Proprietary Disaster Preparation Program

To be able to effectively implement a customizable comprehensive disaster solution for you and your organization, we need to work together to plan for the possibility of future roof leak.

This would include onboarding your company’s unique needs and property specifications.

There are many important questions to consider prior to the event of a roof leak:

  • What do your insurance policies (there may be multiple relevant policies) cover?
  • What is your deductible on each policy? Will you be paying out pocket?
  • Where can our team park to minimize business operations?
  • Do you want trucks with our company name and logo showing up at your property?
  • What structures, systems, and materials are we allowed (and not allowed) to work on?
  • Who should we first talk to upon arrival at your facilities or building (this may vary depending on the time)?
  • What authority does this person have to make financial decisions for the company?
  • and many more…

Please reach out to us prior to a loss, or needing our restoration services, so that we can help prepare you for a catastrophic event and save you money when it does happen. Find out more about our proprietary Disaster Preparation Program to see how you and your organization can minimize a future loss’s impact on your operation.