roof inspection

Roof damage can cause serious problems. Often water gets in and damages wood and enables mold that can make you sick. Have your home inspected for missing, loose, or damaged shingles and leaks.

What to do?

A roof inspection is one of the preventive maintenance tasks that are very easy to overlook. It is advisable to go out once or twice a year and check out if the room has any problems.

If you have no idea what to look, here we give you points to check while inspecting the roof.

– Rust spots or cracked caulk on flashing

– Shingles that are blistering, curling, or buckling

– Worn and cracked rubber boots around vent pipes

– Broken or missing shingles

– A damaged or missing chimney cap

Next Step: Hire a Professional to inspect your roof

Tip 1: Referrals – Ask neighbors, friends and family for referrals

Tip 2: Read Reviews – Read written comments on unbiased website.

Tip 3: Ask if they provide a paper check-list of the services performed and the results.

Tip 4: Determine if technician/company is licensed, bonded and insured. This information can often be found online.

Tip 5: At visit look for: a. Communication, b. Punctuality, c. Appearance, c. Patience, d. Thoroughness