The National Roofing Contractors Association suggests the homeowners should have their roofs inspected each year in the spring and fall.
Inspecting your roof periodically can help you prevent costly structural damage to your home. Even the most durable roofs can show signs of weakness, especially after a season of snow and ice, like we experience in Michigan, or a season of heavy rainfall and wind.
A trained professional is always your best bet for roof inspection. Roofing experts can identify damage that an untrained eye cannot see. Repairing damage before it becomes a real issue, can save homeowners thousands of dollars in repair and replacement costs.
Roof inspections give homeowners details about their current roofing system and what damage may exist, such as missing shingles, broken tiles, loose nails, accumulated debris, and leaks.
A quality roof inspection will include an assessment of both the interior and exterior of your roof:
Full interior roof inspection of your attic:
Including checking for proper insulation, ventilation, moisture, and mold.
Full exterior inspection of your roof:
Including checking for wear and tear, leaks, ice dams, and overall condition.
The experts at American Metal Roofs understand the importance of careful and thorough roof inspection services. This is why, during our initial consultations, we provide attic and roof inspections to inform homeowners of any problems that currently exist.
With the attic inspection, we’ll be able to give you a full report of your attic’s moisture levels, mold potential, insulation levels, and more. The roof inspection will allow us to identify any problems with your current roofing system, as well as measure it accurately, so we can provide you with the best possible roofing estimate.