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We inspect for FMs everyday and see leaky roofs and examples of jack-leg repair methods of gobs of caulk or rubber cement to fix areas all over their roof. Why do FMs not have a roof maintenance program in place to prevent such messes? We continue to see examples of how a maintenance program would or could have saved the Owner 1,000s of dollars and sometimes 100s of thousands. Why is the roof sometimes the last maintained component of a building when it is one, if not the most, important component of the building? WHY?
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