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Roof Inspections

If you need to know the exact state and condition of your roof, have us perform a FREE inspection on your roof.

It all starts with a free, no-obligation, and detailed property inspection.

Overview Pictures

We will begin by documenting overview pictures of the property, as well as everything else we may find for supporting evidence

Soft Metals Inspection

Next, we begin to look for collateral damage due to hail on your gutters, downspouts, metal bay windows, and other soft metals.

Shingle Inspection

Next, we get up on the roof and start to inspect the roof shingles and chalk up any anomalies we see, including damage done by hail or wind.

Roofing Accessories Inspection

While on the roof, we take a look at the roofing accessories such as vents, flashings, chimneys, and skylights for signs of any hail damage.

Roof Inspection FAQs

Most frequent questions and answers

From ground level, its easy to think that just because you aren’t able to see anything on your roof, doesn’t mean there isn’t any underlying problems with it. Having a professional inspector take a look at your roof more closely can help you understand the exact condition of your roof, and also help you prevent headaches in the future.

During a roof inspection, we can find various issues and elements on your roof, including damaged or missing shingles, leaks or water damage, flashing problems, gutter issues, roofing material condition, ventilation problems, structural concerns, and potential pest infestations. Our thorough inspection helps identify these issues early on, enabling us to recommend necessary repairs or maintenance to protect your roof and ensure its longevity.

Filing a claim with your insurance claim is a plausible option when you roof is affected by recent storms.  

Roof inspections should be conducted at least once a year, but they may be needed more frequently depending on the age and condition of your roof. Additionally, if you suspect any issues such as leaks or damage from a storm, you should have your roof inspected as soon as possible.

While it’s possible to inspect your own roof, it’s not recommended. Walking on a roof can be dangerous, especially if you’re not familiar with the proper safety precautions. Additionally, a professional roofing inspector has the experience and knowledge to identify potential issues that you may not be able to see.

A roof inspection involves a thorough assessment of your roof’s condition, both externally and internally. Our professional inspectors will carefully examine the shingles, flashing, gutters, vents, and other components. They will look for signs of damage, such as cracks, missing shingles, water stains, or rust. Additionally, they will inspect the attic or crawl space for proper insulation, ventilation, and any signs of leaks or moisture. Our goal is to provide a comprehensive evaluation of your roof’s health and provide recommendations for repairs or maintenance.