Roof Inspections


Roofs are, without a doubt, one of the most expensive aspects of owning a home. When you are looking to purchase a house or building for your business, the first concern is always the age of the roof. This is why having regular roof inspections are so important.  You'll want to catch any damage before it costs you thousands of dollars in repairs or replacement.

The process is simple; we want to inspect the structure, materials, interior, and workmanship quality. We'll check for leaks, unusual wear and tear, organic growth, missing shingles, previous repairs, and problems with shingle installation.

Structural Inspections will check for an uneven or sagging roof, the soffit, fascia, and gutter system. We'll even inspect the chimney for any damage such as cracks or missing grout, as well as the venting system in your attic. Improper venting leads to moisture buildup on your roof.

Material Inspections look for loose, missing, or curled shingles, as well as moss, rust, and missing flashing or fasteners. Deteriorating rubber boots and seals around vents and pipes can cause roof leaks. We'll pay close attention to shingle aggregate.

Interior Inspections look for signs of water damage such as stains, mold, and rot to the interior walls, ceiling, and attic.  In order to do thorough inspections, both the interior and exterior of your home will need to be inspected. Simply climbing on the roof will not be enough when it comes to locating moisture and mold.

Workmanship Inspections look for issues that may have occurred during installation that could lead to potential problems in the future, such as incorrect flashing.

After our inspection, we'll give you a detailed report. This will include the condition of your roof and anything that will need to be repaired. We'll schedule any repairs to get your roof in superior condition.

Give us a call today. We'll schedule an appointment and have one of our trained professionals come out to your home and give you a detailed report on the condition of your roof.