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Prevent Damage With Regular Roof Inspections

Your roof is the backbone of your home, and it frequently endures intense weather from severe heat to extreme storms. It is an essential piece in maintaining the beauty of your home and protecting you and your family from the hazards of the outdoors. Consequently, it is important to regularly inspect and maintain your roof to ensure that it is in optimal condition. A roof inspection by a professional is important whether you are buying or selling your home or staying put.

What Does a Roof Inspection Include?

If you are buying or selling your home, you should have a professional complete an extensive roof inspection. During the process, they will specifically assess the current condition and the estimated remaining lifespan of the roof. As they investigate, they will look for missing, loose or broken material, curled or split shingles, sagging rafters or ridges, missing and corroded flashing, functioning ventilation, and clogged drains or flashing separations. Once completed, the inspector will provide a verbal and written report of the condition and suggested repairs. This can be an important process even if are not buying and staying in your home.

Benefits of Inspection

The inspection is important to both buyers and sellers. Skipping a roof inspection can result in closing delays and surprise costs for both parties. Sellers may be expected to pay for extensive repairs in order to complete the sell, and buyers may be left with a faulty roof. The roof inspection should be completed early in the process to mitigate potential issues.

Even if you are not selling or buying a home, regular inspections can be an important piece in protecting your residence. Professionals can quickly and easily spot potential issues before they are able to cause significant damage. It is easiest to identify and fix issues during sunny months before water begins entering your home. Yearly inspections can keep your home in optimal shape and prevent more extensive and expensive damages later.

While it may be tempting to ignore your roof as long as there isn’t an immediate problem, regular inspections are an important piece of maintenance. This care is important both if you are looking to buy or sell your property andif you simply want to continue upkeep on your current residence.


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