Just because your roof looks like it's in good shape doesn’t mean it is. To ensure that it keeps your home dry for years to come, we recommend periodic inspections.
Also, when buying a home it is recommended to have the roof inspected and certified. Most lenders required this to be done before they will cut a check. While having a secure roof is one of the most important parts of a home, it can also be a very expensive investment.
Roof inspections are simply inspections that determine the intergrity of a roof, how long it may last, and when it will need to be replaced. Roof inspectors are not going to climb up on your roof or the roof of a home you are thinking of buying and pull up shingles or tiles. Roof inspectors have special procedures wherein they can determine the lifespan of a given roof without tearing into it.
Because replacing a roof can be quite an investment, insurance companies and lenders require that the roof be inspection and obtain a Roof Certification. It makes sense for these companies to protect their investments, but you as the homeowner should want this to be secured as well. You don't want to be stuck with a bill that you weren't expecting, and you also don't want to sell a home to a family and put them in the same spot. Please note, Roof Certifications will cost you a small fee because it does involve more paperwork and printed reports.
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