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A Proper Roof Inspection is Critical
Need a professional to inspect your roof for damage or wear?
Need a roofing expert to inspect your roof prior to the purchase of a new property?
There are a number of situations where you may need a roof inspection, so it's important to have a trusted source for a rock-solid inspection.
That's where roofclaim.com comes in. We're a nationally recognized, top rated roofing company that employs the best 5% of roofing contractors in the U.S..
If you need a quality roof inspection, schedule one today.
Drone-Based Roof Inspections vs Traditional Roof Inspections
One of the best new roof inspection tools is a drone – a small aerial device with a high definition camera attached to it.
Drones can maneuver into small areas and can take photos, videos, and even measurements.
Using a drone is safer than a traditional roof inspection and it brings extra transparency to your roofing project because it keeps roofing contractors off of your roof during the inspection.
After a quick drone roof inspection, you'll have a comprehensive report detailing everything you need to know about your roof, which you'll be able to keep for your records.
If for some reason we're unable to do a drone inspection, we'll do a traditional roof inspection. You'll still get a complete report with photos and you'll still be able to use the report to file a claim with your insurance company.
Common Roof Problems Revealed During a Roof Inspection
Feel free to ask to see problem spots and potentially vulnerable areas during the inspection. Some of the most common problems include:
- Loose, broken or missing roofing material
- Blistered, curled of split shingles or tiles
- Shingle granules in rain gutters
- Improper air conditioning or swamp cooler installation
- Sagging between rafters or near ridges
- Broken or loose shingles near ridge and hip lines
- Rusty metal where house meets the roof
- Loose, missing or corroded flashing
- Proper ventilation to allow roof to breathe
- Depressions near vent pipes, clogged drains or separations in flashing that cause water pooling
A Roof Inspection Will Tell You Whether You Need Roof Repair or Roof Replacement
A question we hear often is, "Do I need to get my roof replaced or can it be repaired?"
While we have to take a few other factors (like the age of your roof) into account, a proper roof inspection will provide a definite answer to that question.
If it's determined that you need roof replacement, roofclaim.com can manage the entire process for you, including your insurance claim.
If all you need is roof repair, we'll connect you with one of our trusted roof repair experts.
We can't do anything until the inspection is done, though, so get your inspection scheduled as soon as possible.