Just because you don’t have buckets catching water throughout the house doesn’t mean that your roof is sound. You don’t want to wait until the leaks spring to get it corrected. Whether you have noticeable leaks or not, getting your roof inspected should be on your to-do list this Fall.
When you choose to have a professional roof inspection completed, you get the following:
A thorough surface inspection. A professional will start with the surface and search for damaged or missing shingles, and then he will determine the cause and inform you of the recommended solution so it doesn’t continue to occur.
Check of the sub-surface structure. Most people will notice if there are broken or missing shingles. Your inspector knows how to detect trouble areas beneath the surface that can be challenging for someone who isn’t trained. If not detected and corrected, sub-surface issues will cost you both money and aggravation.
Ventilation, insulation and moisture levels. Bad ventilation, insulation and a large amount of moisture can cause serious damage to your roof. A professional roofing inspector will look at each individually and offer suggestions if they see any immediate concerns or potential trouble.
If there are any issues, the inspector will give you their recommendations and solutions for your roofing needs as well as consultations if you need advice regarding your next steps. Babcock Home Inspectors is dedicated to providing one of kind inspections, where clients get full attention and assistance. We’re here to help, so contact us today for your home or termite inspections.