Orlando Roof Inspections
Roofs are constantly exposed to variety of weather conditions and this couldn’t be truer here in Orlando and surrounding Central Florida areas. Our Orlando roofs are put to the test with humid weather, high temperatures, and year-round heavy rains. Occasional hail storms and large oak trees certainly make our roofs more susceptible to damage than a lot of other areas throughout the country.
That’s why we offer free roof inspections in Orlando for anyone who may have concerns about their roof. Whether you’re thinking about installing a new roof or have questions about making minor roof repairs, we’re more than happy to give our advice.
In all of our years of experience we’ve seen it all and can diagnose any problem that might be occurring on your roof. Some of the most common reasons for a roof inspection include leaks, holes, ripped shingles, discoloration, and deterioration. Since Central Florida is susceptible to hurricanes, it’s only natural for homeowners to want an inspection every so often to avoid future damage.
Want to schedule an inspection? Contact us today and we’ll answer all of your questions.
Our Orlando Roof Inspection Includes
When we inspect your roof we make sure to complete a thorough investigation. Our first step is to walk around the perimeter of your home and look for obvious signs of deterioration. We then inspect the roof by investigating the attic – checking for leaks, rot and any other signs of damage. Naturally we inspect the top of the roof and check for the following:
- Damage from storms
- Damaged flashing
- Areas susceptible to leaks
- Shingle deterioration
- Places for animal intrusion
- Materials around chimneys, skylights and vents
Roof inspections are important in Orlando for determining the stability of the roof, how long it’s expected to last, and whether areas need to be repaired or replaced. Our roof inspections don’t cause any additional damage as you might expect. We have the experience and tools needed to evaluate your roof without ripping up shingles and tiles.