What Is the Purpose of Roofing Inspections?
You might occasionally overlook your roof while renovating or repairing your house, isn’t it? Well, you’re not alone there! Water damage in homes is most often caused by overflowing basements and leaking roofs. You should inspect your roof at least twice a year and after every storm or major weather event.
Your roof is one of your home’s first barriers against the elements. The jacket protects you from the sun, wind, rain, snow, sleet, hail, and other elements. So, it’s a must to have professional roof inspections performed after a severe storm. The components of your roof may have an influence on the condition of your roof and must be maintained to keep your family safe
Every roof has a limited lifespan because of the materials used in its construction. Shingles, tiles, underlayment tar paper, and plywood all degrade over time and will eventually need to be replaced. Our inspector(s) know very well what to look for and will present both findings and optional remedies.