Roofing Inspection

In need of a roof inspection?

Roof Inspection

Roof inspections should be performed by property owners for a myriad of purposes. First, always obtain a roof inspection following a major hail or wind storm to evaluate the damage and report a compensation claim to your insurance company. To receive a precise estimation and analysis, schedule a roof assessment from both a skilled roofing contractor and your insurance adjuster. A roofing contractor will provide comprehensive assessments with a digital report. Keep an eye out for storm chasers that arrive in the city after a bad storm to make a fast buck and depart.


Roof damage does not have to occur quickly to require a roof inspection. If you're planning to sell your home and need your roof assessed, feel free to give us a call, and we will come inspect your roof for damage at no cost to you. If there is damage, you will either have to replace or repair it to maintain the resell value of your home.


Finally, routine roof inspections can detect problems before they become critical. A yearly inspection is critical in finding problem spots on your roofing structure. Routine checks can lead to minor repairs such as changing shingles or repairing small leakage instead of an unfortunate issue that requires a complete replacement. To stay in great shape, your roofing structure, like every element of your home, needs regular care and maintenance. A comprehensive inspection and appropriate repairs are critical to safeguarding your valuable property. 


When to Schedule a Roof Inspection

When it comes to scheduling your roof inspection after hail or wind damage, the process can seem overwhelming. It is critical that it is done promptly and correctly. Beyond this circumstance, there is a technique to consider when scheduling your roof inspection.

If your roof assessments show some necessary repairs, but it's too close to winter and cold weather, you may have to postpone the job until the weather warms up. Winter is not only dangerous for contractors to operate in, but it may also impact how effectively roofing materials are installed, so it is important to be mindful about the replacement season.

The ideal period to have your roof examined is generally in the early fall or later summer. You want to ensure that your gutters and roof are in good condition before the arrival of winter so your home can weather the ice and possible snow. Frost heave can occur on roofing structures that are not adequately shedding or are not properly protected. A quick inspection of the roof can detect and avoid additional problems.