Whether you’re buying or selling a house or simply updating your homeowner’s insurance, a roof certification inspection gives you peace of mind knowing that your roof is in good condition and meets or exceeds your lending institution or insurance company's standards. An inspection can also help prevent your homeowner’s insurance policy from being canceled or your rates from increasing.
A certification goes a step further than a roof inspection in that it provides documentation of the inspection that you can provide when needed. The safety and stability of your roof are important factors in determining its value and stability. Therefore, if you haven’t scheduled an inspection lately or don’t know if you have a roof certification, it should be on your to-do list.
From the obvious falling droplets to the not-so-obvious stains on the floors, ceiling or roof deck, our inspectors know how to spot leaks.
Caused by old age or excessive sun exposure, shingle deterioration can directly lead to roof leaks or other roof-related problems.
One of the most common causes of leaks is defective flashings. From chimney flashings to pipes and vents, we check them all.
Another common cause of premature roof failure is improper installation. Even a newly-installed roof will fail if installed poorly.