WHY AN ANNUAL ROOF
INSPECTION IS NECESSARY
The roof over your head is one of the single-most crucial components in keeping you and your family safe. This is why we want to educate you, our valued customer, on the importance of an annual roof inspection. HOPEfully this list is helpful and allows you to understand the seriousness behind maintaining your roof!
ALL ROOFS WILL WEAR & TEAR
If issues aren’t caught soon enough, they can turn into major repair problems with significant costs. It’s critical that you trust an expert with the inspection because they can find hidden problems that aren’t obvious to the average eye. Our experts at Roofing for HOPE can detect even the slightest wear and damages that may look small, but in reality, cause severe issues. What professionals find might be that one thing that keeps your roof functional for the years ahead.
Where you live also plays a major role in maintaining your roof. We know, we are so lucky to live in the great state of Texas, but with that comes very moody and unpredictable weather. From high winds and hail to extreme heat and thunderstorms galore – even the occasional snowfall – this all affects your roof’s integrity and causes repairs and replacements to happen more frequently than in other states.
INSPECTIONS ARE MORE
THAN CHECKING FOR DAMAGE
An annual inspection determines the overall integrity of your roof, including its physical appearance – exterior and interior surfaces – and the condition of your roof’s surroundings like the fascia, drains, gutters, vents, etc. Inspectors will also check for any and all damages, proper insulation, examine ice shields and dams, and do a ventilation check. At the end, you will receive an analysis of its condition and many expert recommendations.
The National Roofing Contractors Association even suggests that you have your roof inspected twice a year (in the spring and fall). At Roofing for HOPE, our mission is to protect you and your family, from both intense weather and crazy bills. Getting an annual roof inspection means you are being proactive, saving a significant amount of money in the long run, and ensuring the safety of your family.