Residential and Commecial Roof Inspection
We provide comprehensive residential and commercial roof inspection services. Our roofing experts come to your business or residence to asses potential damage to your roof due to: storms, hail, winds, other factors. Hidden roof damage can have devastating consequences on the value of your property.
Buying a Property? Inspect the Roof!
Schedule a Dannex Roof Inspector to perform a comprehensive roof inspection of the new property. When buying a home, a common mistake to have the roof inspected by a general home inspector.
A home is probably the biggest investment in one’s lifetime so hiring an expert to inspect the roof of a new home will save you a lot of money. Hidden roof damage is very common and our experts can quickly identify if the roof is sound or it has been just patched to sell.
Usually if roof damage is found, the seller would either discount the price, or pay for repairs. Fill our the form or click here to get a roof inspection for a new home.
Selling a Property? Inspect the Roof!
Save money when selling your property by hiring a roof inspector to assess any hidden damage and perform repairs at an affordable price before the buyer discovers roof damages and asks for a roof replacement as part of the contract!
Schedule a Roof Inspection
How Much Does a Roof Inspection Cost?
Check with us if you qualify for a FREE Roof Inspection.
What Does a Roof Inspection Include?
The purpose of a roof inspection is to uncover potential damage. Our roof inspectors are highly trained, have over 10 years of experience and are experts in finding hidden damage that can cost a fortune if not repaired in a timely manner. Here are a few things we check for, however keep in mind this is just an informational list, you will get an accurate checklist upon meeting with the inspector.
- Overall appearance of the roof, both exterior and interior. This indicates whether there’s surface deterioration or any visible physical damage.
- Signs of ceiling cracks and leaks.
- Thorough inspection of fascia, gutters and drains, skylights, chimneys and vents.
- Shingles condition: missing, broken, curled, soft
- Areas where water may collect, like roof valleys.
- Flashing points inspection
Roof Inspection Checklist
” Even if your roof and its shingles appear to look fine, a careful inspection may reveal less obvious damage, so don’t let a superficial appearance lull you into a false sense of security.
Some contractors provide a basic roof inspection, which consists of examining the exterior of the roof (sometimes only from street level) and basic components such as flashings. While this is necessary, a more thorough inspection can help identify areas of concern and items that could potentially lead to further (and more costly) damage.
The checklist below provides a good summary of both exterior and interior inspection tips. Please consult a professional roof inspector to complete a proper roof inspection. Do not attempt to complete the checklist yourself. ” ( from IKO)
Read IKO’s Roof Inspection Checklist to see if you need your roof inspected even if it wasn’t visibly damaged https://www.iko.com/na/learning-center/roofing-101/roof-inspection-checklist/