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Roof Inspections

What is a Roof Inspection?

A roof inspection is a report that evaluates the current condition of your roof. The inspector will spot and document any damage, leaks, clogged rain gutters, cracks, or other warning signs. 

Roof inspections (and subsequent repairs) are also commonly requested when you’re selling or buying a home, as both the seller and buyer want a professional assessment of the condition of the roof.


Who should perform a Roof Inspection?


The answer is simple, a reputable and experienced roofing contractor. It’s essential to know the difference between a roof inspection performed by a roofing company and one by a home inspector.  


Home inspectors do not typically climb on the roof to evaluate it fully, and they are not explicitly looking at your roof and presenting inclusive and focused details.

Why should you get regular Roof Inspections?


Regardless of your roof’s age, many costly and disruptive roof problems can be caught early and will help prevent expensive problems down the road and extend your roofing system’s life. 


Most homeowner’s insurance policies won’t pay to replace or repair a roof that’s gradually deteriorating due to wear-and-tear or neglect.  


If you suspect that you have damage due to an unexpected event or act of nature, and are looking to file a claim with your insurance company, we can also help you mitigate the hassle and red-tape. We have handled countless claims with most insurance companies and can advise you on what to expect.

What will Level Up Roofing’s Roof Inspection evaluate?


We follow an extensive inspection checklist that covers your building’s exterior and interior, and we will provide you with a comprehensive assessment report with pictures (and video, if it applies) for your records.


Some of the things our inspectors will look for:


  • Curled, damaged, or missing shingles or other roof covering. 
  • Vegetation on the roof
  • Rust or signs of roof flashing
  • Damaged or missing flashpoints
  • Water stains on the ceiling or under the roof
  • Broken or clogged gutters, drains, skylights, chimneys, and roof valleys