Professional Roof Inspections
Most homeowners tend to forget about maintaining their roof over the years unless they see a leak or missing shingles. Our inspectors recommend constantly keep a close eye on the roof in order to avoid costly repairs. This can go a long way, especially in protecting your home and family from the sudden weather elements. Most roof inspectors recommend that you have your home’s roof inspected at least every three to five years. If you are looking for professional GA roofers, call Roof Rite Remodeling.
What problems to look for when completing a Roof Inspection
Year after year wear and tear on a local Georgia roofing system can start to break down and cause major roof damage. Even minor leaks can eventually start to impact the structure of your home. The professionals at Roof Rite Remodeling are here to provide a complete roof inspection in order to determine the current condition of your roof. In addition, our roofers will make several recommendations for maintenance and repairs if needed. Our suggestions can go along way when it comes to preventing and protecting you roofing installation from everyday damages. Here are just a few of the things we look for when inspecting a roof.
Here are just a few of the things we look for when inspecting a roof:
- Loose or Missing shingles
- Worn tile or shingles
- Change in appearance of roofing shingles
- Look for rust on metal roofs
- Small pieces from shingles collecting in gutters
- Flashing in valleys that shows wear and tear
- Chimneys flashing pieces coming off
- Damage near or on skylights and vents
- Roof vents can be blocked
- Appearance of mold
- Leaking gutters
Expert Storm Damage Assistance
In case your roof has been damaged in a storm, don’t wait before calling our roofing contractor and remodeling company. Our roofers can complete a storm damage inspection that could potentially minimize small damage from becoming a major expense from the homeowner. Our professionals can assist with insurance claims with your insurance company. For more information, contact our remodeling experts or visit our Storm Damage & Insurance Claims page.