1. Equipment Damage
Water intrusion can lead to costly repairs and equipment downtime.
2. Loss of Productivity
Downtime can cost up to $20,000/minute (depending on industries).
3. Server Downtime
Down servers can halt productivity and can cost as much as $5,600/minute in data centers.
4. Risk of Fire Spread
When fire breaks out, some roofing materials can perpetuate the flames, causing greater damage.
5. Customer Service Complaints
Leaks can shut down distribution and impact on-time delivery to customers.
6. Damage to Reputation
Recalls and delayed deliveries can negatively impact a brand’s image and equity.
7. Health and Safety Risk
Water can threaten the health and safety of employees and building occupants.
8. Regulatory Noncompliance
Health and safety risks can lead to compliance issues and expensive fines.
9. Stock Devaluation
Reputational issues, delivery metrics and customer service complaints can all devalue your stock.
10. Product Contamination
Water intrusion can lead to costly recalls and damage to your reputation.