Is it time for a roof inspection?
Your roof is often out of sight and mind—until there is a vital issue! If you wait too long, problems arise and you may be looking at extremely expensive repairs not only to your roof, but also drywall, flooring, furniture, and anything else in the way of dripping water.
Our roofing contractors don’t want to see things get to that point. We recommend getting trusted roof inspections you can rely on!
When should I get my roof inspected?
Most roofing contractors recommend an annual inspection, this is very smart to keep in mind. With an annual inspection, you can have the peace of mind that your roof is constantly monitored for small areas of damaged material before they become costly damage. For example, items like missing, cracked or broken shingles can be replaced before the damage gets through. While a yearly inspection is highly encouraged, some events could increase the frequency of inspections, such as:
- Heavy rains.
- Wind storms.
- Branches or limbs falling on the roof.
- Mold or mildew buildup.
- Harsh, intense heat.
- Cold and freezing weather conditions.
Our team of roofing professionals have the necessary experience required to perform a comprehensive roof inspection. We are dedicated to a thorough examination that goes over every aspect of your roof health. We provide a written report of our findings on your residential or commercial roof and offer suggestions for repairs. We will never pressure you or make suggestions for unnecessary repairs.
Questions to ask yourself if you suspect storm damage
- Do you have any roof leaks?
- Where are they?
- What caused the damage? Hail, wind, fire, other?
- Have you contacted your insurance company?
Here is what some of our roof inspections include:
- Chimney exterior, interior, and general deterioration.
- Signs of blistering due to trapped water vapor.
- Fasteners, and all support materials.
- The condition of plywood sheathing for wood roofing.
- Splitting, loose, cracked, or missing surface materials.
- Deteriorating or loose flashing.
- Loose fasteners.
- Surface deterioration.
- Signs that the structural integrity of the building has compromised the roof.
- Spacing surrounding flashing.
- Signs of water inside the building, especially in the attic.
HAAG certified roof inspector
Aged roof can seriously affect your entire home. Water entering through roof leaks can damage your ceiling, walls, structural supports and even your house’s foundation. Mold and mildew that grow in trapped moisture can cause breathing problems and lead to an unhealthy environment throughout your home.
Being able to spot the early signs of roof damage can stop problems from becoming bigger – and more costly. Our roofing experts have the knowledge and experience to identify potential roof damage, as well as any related damage that may have happened to the siding, or guttering, and make sure they are repaired properly before they cause a problem.
Our HAAG certified roof inspectors will provide quick, accurate damage evaluation and correct estimates according to scientifically based damage evaluation techniques, and provide you and your insurance company with a reliable and professional estimate of your roof’s condition.
We offer financing on all our work
Do you want an inspection but don’t want the upfront cost? With our flexible financing plans, we work with you to help avoid more expensive damages. We are proactive and always current with your roof maintenance.