When And Why Should You Get A Roof Inspection?
A well-constructed roof will last for decades. Yet all roofs age beyond their usefulness sooner or later. That’s why roof inspections are an important part of roof maintenance. Generally speaking, a roof inspection is also a standard part of any home sale. Other reasons why a roof inspection may be beneficial include checking the roof’s condition as the warranty’s expiration date approaches or immediately after severe weather has moved through your area.
The Pinnacle Group does meticulous roof inspections and certifications, ensuring that the roof’s integrity is either intact or that any problems are discovered in time to avoid bigger problems down the road. Our evaluation covers every aspect of the roof, identifying any area that may need repairing or replacing. When you’re selling your home, this allows proof to the buyer that your roof’s condition is sound. When you’re using a roof inspection as a guard against costly future repairs, it helps extend the life of your roof and may save your family a lot of money in the long run.
THE PINNACLE GROUP IS A LOCAL VETERAN-OWNED AND FAMILY OPERATED BUSINESS
We Cover All Aspects Of A Quality Roof Inspection
The Pinnacle Group is a local veteran-owned and family-operated business that has delivered quality service all over Central Virginia. Homeowners in the Greater Richmond area and surrounding communities have trusted us to perform thorough, professional roof inspections that cover every detail. The Pinnacle Group’s inspection checks for all of the following:
- Shingling that is missing or broken
- Shingling that curls or buckles
- If the surface granules of your shingles are worn away
- With tile roofs
- we check for any tiles that are broken or missing
- We check the flashing (that thin piece of copper or stainless steel installed to prevent seepage of water along roof joints) for damage or wear
- We check for cracks in the roof’s underlayment or sheathing
- which can allow water to leak through
- We check for cracks in the caulking or missing caulk
- Check for rotting or tear in the rubber booting around pipes
- We look for wood that may be rotting or sagging
- Check for any cracking in chimneys or any missing capping
- The condition of your home’s gutters.