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4 Things to Expect From a Professional Roof Inspection

To begin with, a thorough examination of the roofing structure is conducted by the roofing professionals. They scrutinize the soffit, fascia, and gutter system for indications of damage, as well as any unevenness in the roof planes. The brick chimneys are inspected for signs of cracking, crumbling grout, or broken tops. Additionally, they inspect the attic vents to ensure that the ventilation is not causing a buildup of heat and moisture. Inadequate ventilation can cause the roof's lifespan to decrease and increase the chances of ice dam formation in the winter.

The next step is to examine the roofing materials. The roofers inspect the shingles, taking note of any missing, loose, or curling shingles. If shingle granules are discovered on the roof valleys or in the gutter troughs, it may indicate that the roof is approaching the end of its life span. They also look for stains, moss, and corrosion. Additionally, they inspect the rubber boots and seals surrounding the vent pipes, as these are important components of the roof.

The interior of the house is also examined for signs of water intrusion and leaks. The roofing professionals may enter the attic to look for water stains, mold, rot, and other signs of water damage on the interior ceilings and walls. If light is entering from the outside, it may indicate that there are unwanted openings that need to be sealed. To improve the roof system's health and reduce heat loss, the roofing professionals may suggest adding insulation to the roof.

Lastly, the quality of the roof's construction is examined to ensure that there are no flaws that could lead to future leaks or other roof damage. If there is any improper flashing around the vent pipes or chimneys, the roofing professionals will make the necessary repairs to ensure the roof is well-constructed.

At The Hexagon Roofing Company, we provide top-quality roof repair services to keep your home safe and comfortable year-round. Contact us today at +1(800) 870-7183 or fill out our contact form to receive a free estimate.

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