The roof is the most important part of any home. It protects your family from the elements, and it also determines how much energy you use to heat or cool your house each year. Plus, having a leaky roof can cause extensive water damage that costs tens of thousands of dollars in repairs! So with so many reasons to take care of your roof, why are there still people who ignore their roofs?
A lot more homes need to have new roofs put on them than what homeowners realize . In fact, only about 30% of all houses in America even have a current-condition assessment done by a professional at least every decade (that’s just over once per generation). This means that 70% don’t get checked for potential problems until they’re in serious trouble, like a leaky roof.
The problem is that most people don’t realize they need to have their roofs inspected until it’s too late . They might notice some water damage on the inside of their home, or even see branches poking out through holes in the roof, but many homeowners ignore these signs and end up with more expensive problems later down the line. Plus, if your property has been damaged by storms such as hail or high winds recently then you should get an inspection done right away because wind-driven rain can cause leaks not long after any storm passes over! And when it comes to those cases where we find water spots around gutters at ground level? It just means there are potential issues higher up that need to be addressed.
The good news is that we offer roof inspection services in both of our locations, so there’s no need for you to worry about how to have your home properly inspected! We’ll walk the property and assess all potential issues with your roof so you know what needs fixed or replaced before it becomes a big problem down the line. Plus, if hail damage has already occurred on your property then we can help replace any shingles lost during those storms without having them overlap onto other areas where they don’t belong. And best of all? You won’t pay until after repairs are done and signed off by an inspector-which means no money out-of-pocket unless work is completed satisfactorily!