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And no, we’re not talking about a friend who glances over your roof and gives you a thumbs up when there’s legitimate underlying issues that are going to cost you a fortune in less time than you think it would be for something you won’t notice immediately.
Always, Always, ALWAYS hire a certified roofing contractor to take care of your roofing needs… Including inspections. It’s much easier to get an inspection than pay a hefty bill for a new roof, right?
Or worse…a house remodel because the roof was leaking and destroyed the walls and the foundation. Don’t let your roof catch you off guard. Catch problems early; especially after a storm, and you won’t have to worry about being caught off-guard with terrible problems. So what are the benefits to getting your roof inspected after a major weather event? Well, besides the fact that your homeowners insurance might replace your roof for little or no cost to you, there are a few additional reasons. Ready to find out what they are? Let’s go!
Not All Damage Can Be Seen From the Ground
Certainly not the pricey kind of damage that might mean a brand new roof and eventual foundational problems. Getting a roof inspection by a certified roofing contractor will give someone the opportunity to check your roof for issues. Safely. With the right equipment and the right skillset.
Have to Have an Inspection to File That Insurance Claim
Insurance companies will want to know the extent of the problem as well as how much it will cost before they cut you a check. Just make sure you hire a company you can count on and trust, and you’ll be fine.
Save a Little Money In the Long Run
Yes, you’d notice a fallen tree on your house, but would you notice any other small damages that come up on your roof? Probably not. Hail damage is particularly hard to spot. The same often can be said for wind damage as well.
What’s the good news? There’s someone that is trained to notice such things as small pits in shingles caused by hail damage. A certified roofing contractor! And when given the opportunity to help by your scheduling regular check-ups, they can save you an immense amount of money in the long run by catching small issues, like leaks and broken shingles before they become big issues!