Tackling Ponding Water On The Roof
Ponding water is any water that remains on a rooftop 48 hours after rain. Any building with a flat roof has the potential for ponding water, but it usually occurs on low-slope commercial roofs. It is typically the result of poor building or roof design and/or poor drainage, and it can be widespread across the roof or in small areas of a roof section.
George Kubas, Ph. D., the Director of Technology at Simon Roofing goes in depth about ponding water and the hazards it can cause for your roof. His background includes managing manufacturing plant operations, process optimization, and new product/process development. Read the full article here Facility Executive.