Southlake Professional Roof Inspections
If you suspect damage on your home roof or business roof, you may consider having it inspected by an Experienced Roof Inspector.
There are many things you can do by yourself, simply to inspect your roof; such as routinely looking for loose shingles, rot, or mold damage.
These are good practices to keep, so that you can ensure your roof is in good quality.
Unfortunately, after heavy storms, areas of your roof could be damaged without your knowledge. Many people assume because they can't see damage to a roof or the roof isn't leaking, the damage isn't there... That just isn't true.
Hail damage particularly, can be very difficult to spot depending on the size of the hail and the force of the impact.
Hail Storms occur frequently in the Southlake - Grapevine - Richland Hills area, yet are so very unpredictable. According to National Storm Damage Center, if you even suspect Hail could have hurt your roof or property, you should call an Experienced Inspector by a Reputable Contractor immediately.
Delaying is dangerous; many insurance companies have strict time limits on submitting claims after Wind and Hail Storms. - It's in your best interest to act fast.
You are welcome to call anytime to talk with one of our Contractors or Specialists - or you can simply fill out the form on the right to have one of our team members contact you.
Remember, don't put off what could cost you more down the line. We are here to help you.
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We can help! Southlake Roof Repair's Professional Roof Inspectors know this area and know our climate. They are trained in what specifically to look for. Our inspectors itemize their findings for:
- Hail and Wind Damage; Storm damage can lead to many different problems for your home, both inside and outside. We thoroughly inspect your roof for damage so we can prevent leaks, ineffective roofing materials, pooling water, and more.
- Mechanical Damage: If things like your flashing or shingles are missing or damaged, your roofing becomes largely ineffective at protecting your home. We will make sure that all of the components of your roofing are free from damage or wear during your inspection.
- Structural Damage: Structural damage to your roofing is a serious problem. If your roof goes uncared for, it could even collapse and ruin the state of your home. We will inspect your roof for structural damage to ensure that everything is as it should be with your roofing!
- Deterioration: If your roofing materials are deteriorating in general, it may be time for a full roof replacement. During your roofing inspection, our inspectors will check your shingles and other roofing materials for general wear and tear. If your roof is at the end of its projected lifespan, we will recommend a replacement.
- Manufacturer Defects: Roofing is only as good as the material it's made from! Throughout the inspection, we will look for any part of the materials that isn't up to par, recommending repair or replacement techniques to take care of any issues we run into on the way.
- Incorrect Installation Methods: Sometimes, disreputable roofers will take shortcuts that can lead to ineffective roofing. We will carefully look for installation defects on all areas of the roof. If we find problems with any part of the roof, we can recommend an appropriate repair to our customer.
- Moisture Infiltration: Moisture trapped underneath the roofing materials can cause serious issues throughout your home if it isn't addressed as soon as possible. A large part of our inspection process involves making sure that all portions of your roof are keeping water out as they should.
- Mold and Algae: Mold and algae can drastically reduce the lifespan of your roofing if it isn't removed. That's why part of our roofing inspections involve identifying mold and algae across the surface of the roof. We can treat the roof if necessary to remove the mold and algae.
- Drainage Issues: Improperly maintained gutters or roofing can lead to pooling water on the roof. This makes your roof prone to leakage, possibly damaging the rest of the home. Our inspectors are trained to identify potential leak areas on the roof and recommend the proper course of action to avoid water damage.
- Attic Conditions: The attic and the roof are closely intertwined. Part of the inspection includes a walkthrough of your attic, looking for any signs of leakage or improper ventilation. A healthy attic system will extend the lifespan of your roof and make it more effective.
- Water Leaks and Staining: One of the most serious problems in roofing is leakage. As part of the roofing inspection, we will make sure that your roof is keeping out all rain and moisture. Leaks can cause damage to the home in various ways, which is why it's so important to keep them at bay.
- Secure, Missing, Buckling or Curled shingles: Shingles are the part of the roofing material that does most of the protecting. Shingles that are old or damaged don't do their job, leading to leaks and energy inefficiency. Our skilled inspectors will take a look at all your shingles to make sure nothing is amiss.
- Ventilation: Part of the inspection involves making sure everything is properly ventilated. An improperly ventilated attic and roof provides a great home for unwelcome guests like mold and vermin. We will ensure that your attic and roof are getting the airflow they need to function.
- Blisters: Blistering leads to problems with your roof functioning as it should. We will make sure your shingles aren't blistering as a part of our detailed roofing inspection.
- Membrane Tears and Punctures, Open Seams and Separation: Punctures in the roofing material provide a perfect space for water to get through and cause damage to your home. We will carefully inspect all areas of the roof to make sure there are no holes or penetrations.