Weathering & Aging
As roofs weather and age, openings may occur, leading to water infiltration. Regular inspections address these issues and prevent further damage.
Leaks after heavy rain are the primary trigger for most inspections. But a leak is only symptomatic of a problem that may have been building for some time.
Poor drainage accelerates deterioration of roofing materials, leading to a shorter life of the entire roof assembly.
Regular inspections highlight the need for minor repairs, preventing larger issues down the road.
Storm damage may lead to repairs or insurance claims. Roofs should be inspected immediately following a storm to prevent further damage.
Wind and storm damage can bring a lot of leaves and debris into your gutters. This creates harmful clogs and damages your gutters, while also potentially causing water damage.
Vegetation can grow on roofs when gutters and other low areas are not cleaned and inspected regularly.