Roof inspections are highly recommended if you’re transitioning between seasons or you’re looking to sell your home and need certification that the existing roof is in safe and reliable condition. Roof inspections are performed by our professional contractors who understand what to look for when carrying out a roof inspection so that you aren’t entering the rainy season with leaks and holes, or you’re not selling your home for less than it’s worth because of the roof’s condition.
Roof inspections are professional inspections conducted by contracting professionals who look for any damages or deterioration in the roof and assess its condition to give you more detailed feedback on the status of your roof. Roof inspections are recommended once a year so that you’re always in the know of how your roof is performing and if there’s anything you should be concerned about in the meantime regarding its functioning. Often times, during roof inspections, our contractors will come across issues that most homeowners weren’t even aware existed on their roofs, such as pests, growing holes, splitting in the shingles, or even sitting water buildup that hasn’t filtered correctly – all of which can lead to costly repairs or replacements, when neglected.
All of our roofing inspections are carried out by our roofing contractors who have years of experience in the industry of roof building and installation. Our roofing specialists are licensed by the state of Texas to perform verified inspections and bring with them a checklist of things to look for when doing the inspection. Our team of contractors are able to troubleshoot any problems you might have with your roof as well as provide feedback on its condition so you know how to proceed with future upkeep.
When your roof was being built and in daily use, there are a number of building code regulations and standards that your roof has to meet in order to be compliant with local safety laws. These code regulations are administered by local building authorities who lay out the restrictions for certain roof heights, materials, and building integrity, in order to make the community’s home standards cohesive and safe. When we perform roof inspections, one of the first things we do is check to make sure your roof is code safe and follows regulations, so you don’t run into any problems in the future with your home’s build or your family’s safety while living under the roof.
After providing our thorough and detail-oriented roof inspection, we’ll supply you with a certified report of your roofs condition. If your roof passed inspection, the certified report that we offer can be used during the home-selling process for both your agent and new potential buyers, so they know what they’re getting when working with your roof and your home. Our certified report can also be used in cases where home insurance is involved and the companies need proof from contractors on the exact damages or condition of the roof in order to proceed forward with cases and claims.