Why Should I Get A Roof Inspection?
How Often Should I Have My Roof Inspected?
A roof inspection is meant to determine the soundness and lifespan of your roof; regular
inspections help any problems or issues get detected early. before they have a chance to cause
During a roof inspection a licensed inspector will come and examine every aspect of the roof s
structure, checking for signs of roof deterioration, like :
Loose or missing shingles
Curling or torn shingles
Loose or missing flashing
We might not find anything wrong, but if we do then we can prescribe certain services for repair or restoration. Either way, you will have peace of mind knowing the true state of your roof.
As for the question of how oftern to get a roof inspection - it depends. The National Association of Home Builders advises homeowners to get their roofs inspected every three years. If your roof is young and in great shape you could probably wait five years to get the inspection done. At the very least, pay attention to when other homes in your neighborhood are getting their roofs inspected, repaired or replaced.
IF you house has withstood hail, a windstorm or other extreme weather, hoewever, then go ahead and get the roof inspected so that any damage can be detected and addressed as soon as possible. Left alone, a damaged roof can result in mold growth, leaks and costly repairs.
Some homeowners might be hesitant to schedule a roof inspection, thinking the roofing company will "find" issues that really aren't there and suggest exspensive servies. At Foothills Home Restoration, you can lay that worry aside. We're not interested in scamming our customers - our reputation rests on giving honest feedback and providing quality, reliable solution. We can even try to get your insurance company to help you pay for a new roof if it is needed.
The roof over you head is an investment. Take the first step to protect that investment by scheduling a roof inspection. We offer them free of charge, so you have nothing to lose. Contact or call Pro Roofing Plus today to get started.