Regular maintenance of your Staka roof access hatch is crucial to ensure the longevity and functionality. In this post, we will be discussing the proper cleaning, lubrication, and inspection methods to keep your Staka Roof Hatch in top condition. Whether you're a homeowner or a building manager, this post will provide valuable information on how to keep your Staka Roof Hatches functioning well for years to come.
Regular cleaning is an important part of maintaining your Staka Roof Hatches. To ensure that the roof hatch functions properly, it must be cleaned regularly. It's important to note that a high-pressure sprayer, abrasive sponge, and aggressive cleaning agents should not be used when cleaning your Staka Roof Hatch. The best method for cleaning both the inside and outside of your Staka Roof Hatch is to use lukewarm water, green soap, and a soft sponge. If there is any damage to the powder coating, it should be immediately touched up with paint in the correct RAL color. Additionally, oil should be applied to the hinges as necessary. When cleaning the windows of al Glazed roof hatch, be sure not to rub them dry as it can cause scratches. Instead, use a soft cloth to dab them dry. Also, make sure that the windows do not come into contact with any products not suitable for glass.
Regular (at least annual) inspection of your Staka roof access hatch is important for proper operation. It is advisable to check your roof access hatch at least once a year:
It's important to note that any defects should be reported to your supplier immediately. By performing regular inspections, you can catch any potential issues early on and prevent them from becoming bigger problems. This will not only ensure the longevity of your Staka Roof Hatch, but it will also ensure that they function properly.