Everything in your home requires maintenance from time to time, including your roof. It’s important to not let one of your home’s most important structural pieces, and one of its biggest investments, fall by the wayside.
Many people only get their roof inspected when they’re purchasing a new home, but we strongly recommend checking your roof more often than that. Weather damage, especially that sustained during Florida’s harsh rainy season, can be widely prevented with regular and routine roof inspections. Your roof is an intricate system with a lot of parts that work in unison to preserve the contents of your home. Making sure they’re all functioning properly is the key to keeping your home safe and free from the relentless Florida weather.
Why Should I Get A Roof Inspection?
Your roof is one of the largest investments in your entire home. The biggest advantage to getting regular roof inspections is to protect that costly investment. Our experienced and trained staff will inspect your roof and provide their findings to ensure you’re fully educated of your roofs immediate and long term needs to avoid problems before they have an opportunity to occur.
Before you purchase a home, it may even be required to get the roof inspected. That, however, should not be the last time you have your roof inspected. We recommended that your roof be inspected at regular intervals, especially after a violent storm such as a hurricane. Unfortunately, many homeowners will only get there roof inspected when they spot obvious signs of roof damage. In many cases, that may be too late. The damage may be too severe and a complete, costly roof repair or replacement may be necessary.
As one of Southwest Florida’s premier roofing company’s, we’ve seen it all. Hurricanes, hail, humidity, rain, wind, and relentless heat, can all diminish the integrity of your homes roof. No matter your roof’s style, you can be sure that we’ll inspect every aspect of your roof. A roof inspection will provide you with piece of mind as we check the following during our inspections:
- The condition of the shingles, tile, or other roofing material
- Your fascia and soffit (protection around the edges of your roof)
- Your gutters and downspouts
- Your roof’s decking
- Joints and skylights
- The chimney and the fireplace (where applicable), especially for blockage
- Your attic condition, including any ventilation and insulation
Our experts are trained to spot all the signs of a damaged roof. This includes common things such as leaks, cracks, and stained walls, but it also includes signs that may be a bit harder to catch like buckling and curling shingles, weakened condition of nails and adhesives in the roof and its structure, and signs of moisture damage before they’re readily apparent.
Contact our office today to schedule a roof inspection. We look forward to the opportunity to meet with you!