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A home gives our family and us a sense of security and safety. A house itself must be strong enough to protect its inhabitants. For that, the roof is the most crucial component. A leaky and weak roof makes a home and the interiors susceptible to severe damage to life and property.
A proper inspection of your roof should always be thorough. You want to make sure that your roofing company inspects shingles, flashing’s around chimneys and vents, seals on certain types of roofs and much more. A right roofing contractor should be able to give you the accurate description of precisely what is analyzed during the inspection process. It is always a good idea to find a roofer who will offer you a free estimate or consultation as well, so you can be clear on all of the charges and how long the inspection may take.
Homeowners should always make an effort to get their home inspected at least twice a year. Buyers looking for a home should also thoroughly check the roof’s condition before making any decision. But not everyone is aware of how to determine the status of a roof and determine the amount of wear and tear it has endured.
In this article, we will explain the entire home inspection process and how to get the maximum benefit from it.
If you intend to sell your home, then getting a home inspection certificate from a reputed roofing company can increase the saleability of the house as the buyer will have precise information about your home. This way, the buyer will be aware of the roof’s life. Buyer will also know the what kind and amount of repairs will be needed as the roof inspector’s certificate will also mention the repairs and an estimate of repairing cost.
Roof Installation Process
A roof installation process by a general contractor will involve the inspector climbing the roof and look thoroughly for all the potential problems. Ponding, bubbles, cracks, gaps and other issues will be noted down. Ridges drains, downspouts and gutters should be inspected for any defects. Everything should be appropriately attached. The flashings around the pipes, vents and chimneys should be checked for gaps as they are often the culprits for leaky roofs. The inspector will let the homeowner know the extent of damages and the plan of action for them. It is vital that a homeowner pays attention to all the problems listed and carry out repairs as prescribed to avoid big tickets repairs later on.
As a potential buyer, you should have all the information regarding the roof and its condition. A buyer should ask for the type of roof, and the materials used as it can have a bearing on the repairing costs later on. Some examples of roofing materials require more upkeep as they age while others like tiles require minimal maintenance. Roofing materials should always be selected, keeping in mind the weather and geographical conditions of the home.
Once the inspection is finished, the roofing contractor will issue you a report with details on the condition of your roof. If repairs are needed, the roofing inspector will wait to issue you an official roofing certificate until you have taken care of the necessary repairs.