Water Damage: Addressing ponding water on a heavily penetrated low slope roof

There are essentially two ways water leaves a roof: positive drainage or evaporation. When neither can occur quickly enough, the result is ponding water.

Ponding water is defined as any water remaining on a roof 48 hours after a rain. Most commonly occurring on low-slope commercial roofs, ponding water can result from poor building/roof design, poor drainage and pockets forming on the roof after a building or substrate settles.

Retail and restaurant facility managers know all too well the importance of resolving ponding water issues.

Read the 5 Ways Ponding Water is Damaging to a Roof from Retail Restaurant Facility Business magazine.

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