Residential Roofing Inspections
A roof inspection is the first step in any standard roofing project. First, the roof inspector will examine the general condition of the roof, including any damage that may be present. Then, the inspector will look at the type of roofing material used and how long it is expected to last. Once the inspection has been completed, the inspector will provide you with a report that includes an itemized list of repairs, if any, and a recommended course of action. This report can help you determine if you need to repair your roof right away or if you can wait a little while before making any repairs. Roof inspection is an important service to include when considering hiring a roofer to inspect and repair your roof.
What is a Residential Roof Inspection?
A residential roof inspection is a comprehensive assessment of the roofing components of a home. During an inspection, a roofing professional will examine the roof’s structural support, roofing material stability, potential leaks and water damage, unusual wear and tear, and other potential issues such as organic growth, cracks, and aging materials. They will also look for issues such as broken seals on shingles, granule loss, dry rot, broken caulk or rust spots on flashing, and missing or buckling shingles.
Why Might I Need My Roof Inspected?
Top Ten Reasons for a Roof Inspection
- Detecting common roofing problems;
- Prioritizing improvement projects;
- Warrant repairs;
- Weathering and aging;
- Routine maintenance damage;
- Storm damage;
- Leak assessment;
- Stopping damage before it starts;
- Proper drainage;
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Does Every Roof Inspection Result in an Insurance Claim Getting Filed?
Not every roof inspection results in an insurance claim being filed. Roof inspections are important to determine the extent of the damage and to understand whether it is covered by insurance. If the damage is due to the age of the roof, natural wear and tear, or the roof failing because of a faulty installation or low quality materials, filing an insurance claim may not be warranted. Depending on the inspection results, a homeowner may decide to file a claim or pay for the repairs out of pocket.
Professional Roof Inspections Are a Must
After a thorough on-site exam, we’ll provide you with a detailed report of the work that needs to be done to resolve any leaks or other issues, as well as the cost to complete the repairs. If the damage is beyond a certain percentage of the roof, it may be more cost-effective to replace the roof. Our experienced, trustworthy professionals will give you a complete picture so you may make the right decision for your family and your finances.
It’s crucial to hire a roofing contractor that has the experience and knowledge to fix your roof. Our contractors have been in business for more than 10 years, and we can quickly diagnose issues and provide the solutions you need.
If you’re concerned about face-to-face contact, or feeling pressured by a pushy salesman, we offer a no-contact, no-cost inspection of your roof. That’s right: our expert estimator will visit your house, inspect the roof, then he will provide an estimate electronically. We’ll be able to tell you why (and where) your roof is damaged, what your options are to repair it, and whether we suggest you replace it or not. Of course, we prefer to meet with you in person, and demonstrate where the issues are and what needs to be repair, but we leave that up to our customers.
How to Schedule a Roof Inspection
If you have a need for an emergency roof repair, call us at 1-999-999-9999, use our convenient website chat feature, or click the button below to book using our online appointment request form. While we generally sleep at night like other mere mortals, we do have a 24-hour emergency monitor keeping an eye on things. Feel free to contact us whenever you feel the need?
Southeastern Roofing is a GAF Master Elite Certified Contractor
The Master Elite® Certification is GAF’s factory certification program that provides ongoing training to roofing contractors and assurance to you, the homeowner, that the roof will be completed well and professionally. This is a highly prestigious award because only 2% of all roofing contractors in the country have qualified as Master Elite®.
What does this mean for you as a homeowner?
Choosing a GAF Master Elite® contractor is your assurance that you will be dealing with a quality, dependable and professional contractor. In order for a roofing contractor to qualify for the certification, they must meet the following standards:
- A+ BBB rating
- Licensed in the state where they operate
- Be current with distributor partners in receivables
- In business for at least 3 years
- Consistently show ethical contracting in their service area
- Be adequately insured
- Demonstrate a commitment to ongoing professional training