A roof inspection is performed by our licensed and certified experts to check the integrity of your roof as a whole. Our roof inspectors conduct a comprehensive inspection to evaluate the general condition of the roofing system that frequently goes undetected by homeowners.
Roofing systems take a beating from extreme weather systems. Storms, hail, snow, heavy rainfall, and extreme summer heat subject r roofing systems to great pressure. Some issues remain undetectable and your roof may seem like it’s in great shape but with technical inspection, you may find that there’s more damage than meets the eye.
There are numerous reasons why a roof inspection is important:
- When you are planning to sell your property, you need to have your roof inspected to ensure a smooth sale transaction.
- A requirement before buying a home as part of the buyer inspection procedure.
- Lenders require roof certification as a loan requirement when applying for loan funding.
- When a buyer requires roof certification before finalizing the purchase to make sure that they will not be dealing with a problematic roofing system once they assume and move into the property.
- After conducting a roof inspection, your roofing expert will release a roofing report and estimate. As the name suggests, it is a detailed, in-depth, and comprehensive report of the general condition of your roofing system including faulty installations, weak sections, and other current conditions that need to be addressed and corrected immediately. It also includes a detailed rundown of various maintenance options which includes cleaning, minor or major repairs, restoration, and for irreparable cases, a complete roof replacement.
Your roof report will also include a rough estimate of the condition of your roof so you could seek proper and professional help to maintain, repair, or rebuild your roof system to prevent further damage and prolong the longevity of your roof. Depending on the condition of your roof, it may include a Roof Certification Leak Warranty or an assurance from professional inspectors that the roof will last 2 years without potential leakage.
A roofing estimate on the other hand is a detailed report of the extent of damage such as leaks. It includes vital information such as location, damage source, and an estimate of the repair and maintenance required.
What is Included in a Roof Report?
- Number of Roofing Layers
- Roof Pitch
- Roof Type
- Age of Roof
- Life Expectancy of the Current Roof
- Obvious Leaks
- Color of Roofing Materials Used
- Certifiable Roof Condition
- Duration or Expiration of the Required Certification
- Potential Roof Problems Brought by the Roof’s Current Condition
- Recommendations to Correct Current Roof Damages to Avoid Further Problems
- Exclusions From Certification
We aim to render stress-free and seamless roofing services. Our certified roof inspection experts are equipped with essential knowledge, training, and vast experience to deliver the job right. We offer immediate response to your roof inspection needs because we value your trust, time, and schedule.
Our skilled and experienced roofing inspectors will conduct a thorough, detailed, and extensive roof inspection taking note of every obvious sign of wear and tear and paying attention to the hard-to-notice signs of potential problems. After the inspection, we will provide an honest and straightforward roof report on the current condition of your roof and will include significant recommendations on the most efficient approach, to prevent further damage, restore your roof’s integrity, and prolong its life expectancy.
Don’t settle for average service when you deserve the best. We care about our business, our reputation, and our clients’ trust; that’s why we only recommend the most necessary solutions that will provide potential long-term solutions. We don’t just do things right for profit, but we do it because we care.