Shingles that have a large amount of wear will be inspected closely. We’ll look for signs of water damage to make sure that your gutters and flashing were correctly installed and maintained. We’ll also check to see if the gutters are properly diverting water away from the structure. Any sort of material decomposition will be noted and accounted for, whether it’s in the form of buckled, curled, blistered, or broken shingles/tiles.
Depending on where you live, a roof may wear faster than normal. Living near the ocean, for example, can reduce a roof’s life expectancy if it is bombarded by salty, corrosive air and dampness day after day.
At Tornado Roofing, we’re all about preventative maintenance. It really is the name of the game. An inexpensive, yearly roof inspection will cost next to nothing if you compare it to the intense structural damage that can occur from roofing problems such as leaks and wood rot. We’ll determine if a roof is suffering from roof leaks, and we’ll make sure that the type of roofing you have is the best for your geographical location.
For a quality roof, here are a few of the things that our inspectors will look for: