Roof Inspections Provide Peace of Mind
Understanding the condition of a roof is critical when it comes to the structural safety of your home. Not only can it cause you problems on the outside of your home, it can affect your attic, the rooms on the inside, and even your personal property like electronics and furniture.
When you contact The Roof Guys, we’ll come out and do a thorough inspection of your roof both on the inside and outside of your home. We want to get the real root of the problem, so you can properly decide if you’d like repairs or an entire roof replacement.
By using our patented inspection process, we’ll find evidence of damage or leaks, document the issues with paperwork and photos, and then provide you with a wide range of options that fit both your short- and long-term plans. Though we can provide a quick initial assessment, we’ll provide a thorough written report complete with problem areas, job solutions and estimates so you can begin to budget. This is especially important information if you’re planning on selling your home or buying a new one.
Each of our reports provides a comprehensive view of your options, but it also comes backed with our professional, trusted opinion. In other words, we don’t just want to sell you on something you don’t need; we want you to have what you need at a price you can afford.
When you’re ready to have peace of mind, choose the roofing team that can get the job done right, the first time. The Roof Guys are ready to provide you with a quality inspection so you know the exact condition your roof is in and what you need to do to make it right.
Call us when you need your roof inspected in the Twin Cities Area—whether for new construction compliance, insurance requirements, or just to be on the safe side!
In Minnesota, you’ve no doubt noticed that we have weather unlike anywhere else in the United States, especially when it comes to snow, wind, rain and ice. As such, many homeowners are often unaware of the problems that come with hail damage, storm damage and wind damage, as well as the issues that come under the constant weight of snow and ice.
Though these are common problems that we see on a daily basis, we want to give you a list of things to look for to see if you may be suffering from weather damage.
Quickly take a step outside and see if you can notice any of the following:
- Broken, missing, or worn shingles
- Puncture holes
- Dark-colored algae
- Damp areas
- Homes in your area of similar age replacing their roofs
Now go inside and check your ceilings, walls, and attic for these problems:
- Water spots
- Damp areas along walls or carpet
- Pooling water or moisture in the attic
- Roof leaks or light shining in from the outside
Each of these are warning signs that there could be a much larger problem on the horizon, and by leaving them for later, you could be opening up your property for leaks, moisture build up, mold, mildew, and structural and personal property damages. Not only that, but you and your family could suffer major health problems with molds and mildew building up in your HVAC system.
Local Weather Plays a Major Role
As we said before, local weather can play a major factor in the structural integrity of your roof. Because snow can stress the joints and internal points on the inside of your roof, and weather can cause damage to the shingles on the outside, your roof is under constant attack.
That means that even these strongest roof has vulnerabilities, and leaving it unattended means damaging weather can quickly take its toll.
We're Here to Help
Our team of roof inspectors works hard to give you the most accurate results available. Our roof inspections are designed to check for:
- Poor attic conditions
- Water leaks and staining
- Secure, missing, buckling, or curled shingles
- Improper sealing
- Structural damage
- Weather damage
The next time you need your roof inspected in the Twin Cities Area, whether for your business or your home, turn to our trusted team for a thorough, comprehensive evaluation. Call today for more information or to schedule a roof inspection.