Roof Inspection

A roof inspection will help address problems with the roof before major damage occurs

Roofs Have an Age Limit

Your property roof is exposed to the nature elements from rain, hails, strong wind, UV rays and major storms.  You can’t avoid replacing a roof, However, you can extend its life by getting regular roof inspection and maintenance and repairing in case required.

Structure of the roof

Roof inspections often include a walk through the property. During this portion of the evaluation, inspectors can examine ceilings, walls and attic areas for internal evidence of wind, water or hail damage.

Underlayment materials

Roofing underlayment is a water-resistant barrier that is installed directly onto your roof deck. It is the most important part of your roofing system. To replace the underlayment you will need to remove and replace the tiles on your whole roof.

Roof covering materials

The type of roofing material used will depend on the style of your home. We have a numerous options that range form Asphalt Shingles, Clay and Concrete tiles and metal roofs.

What to Expect from a Roof Inspection

A roof inspector will be looking for leaks, unusual wear and tear, damage caused by windblown debris, organic growth issues, and problems that may have occurred during shingle installation or subsequent repairs.

  • For seasonal roof inspections, especially if your roof is more than 10 years old, call Expert Roofing Services, for a a complimentary roof inspection.

Why choose us

Warranty

We provide best in industry labor and material warranty for residential and commercial property roofing.

Expert in Roof Restoration Service

Our Expert roofing supervisors always do their best to take the load off the property owners. Leave it to Expert Roofing Services, when it comes to property restoration related to major storms.

1. General Roof Condition

Debris on Roof
Drainage
Physical Damage
Attic Conditions
Structural Deformation

2. Flat / Membrane Roof

Condition of Coating
Granular Loss
Punctures
Cracks
Blisters
Ponding
Other

3. Sloped Roof

Roof Material
Condition of Surface
Deformed Edges
Shingle: Buckled
Curled
Missing Tabs
Granular Loss
Corrosion
Fasteners

4. Roof Features

Fascia
Soffit
Flashing
Gutters / Drains, etc.
Skylights
Chimneys/vents

Fall Arrest Anchors
Control Zone Access
Drains

5. Ceiling Conditions

Fascia
Cracks
Water Staining
Water Leaks
Seasonal Change

6. Exterior Wall Surfaces

Fascia
Deformed Finish
Surface Deterioration
Staining

7. Interior Wall Surfaces

Fascia
Cracks
Water Staining
Water Leaks
Deformed Finish
Seasonal Change
Window Leaks
Door/Window Alignment

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