Roof inspections involve looking for signs that indicate the wear and tear on shingles and other roofing materials. A roof inspector does not need to remove any part of your roof. We are trained to correctly assess the lifespan of the roof visually. When a roof inspector cannot physically get to a place on your roof, they may use binoculars or drones instead.
A roof inspection also involves looking at your chimney and the flashing that surrounds it to assess the level of wear, examining gutters, downspouts, and anything else that attaches to the roof. For a thorough inspection of your Roof, request a Home Investment & Inspections professional to inform you the roof life indicator and condition of your investment!