What is a Roof Inspection?

An inspection of your roof includes checking the condition of the shingles, flashing and chimney work, as well as looking for leaks.

Why Do I Need My Roof Inspected?

Even the strongest and most durable roof can have some weakness. Inspecting your roof twice a year can help you to prevent structural damage to your home, especially after severe weather realated conditions like hail, strong winds or even snow.

Your roof may have incurred more damage than an untrained eye can see. If you have concerns, request a roof inspection from our trained and experienced roofing professionals. 

What Does a Roof Inspection Include?

Experts say one benefit of scheduling a “peace of mind” type of roof inspection every one or two years is the ability to catch potential roofing problems before they become bigger. It’s also helpful to get a professional estimate of how much useful life your roof might have left.

Here are common components an inspector will examine:

• Overall appearance of the roof, both exterior and interior. This will indicate whether there's surface deterioration or any physical damage.
• Evidence of ceiling cracks and leaks.
• Condition of fascia, gutters and drains, skylights, chimneys and vents.
• Curled, broken or missing shingles.
• Areas where water may collect, like roof valleys.
• Damaged or missing flashing points.

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