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What to Expect During a Roof Inspection

A home inspection is an essential part of any real estate transaction, and also a great way to check in on the roof of a property you own to look for signs of trouble. Spotting small problems before they have the chance to develop into a big one is important. Working with a roofing professional for your next roof inspection ensures that nothing gets overlooked and any troubles are identified.

Insulation and Ventilation

If your roof has improper insulation and ventilation installed it is a recipe for higher expenses. A poorly insulated roof leads to higher heating and cooling costs due to how your house responds to the weather. Poor ventilation allows moisture to remain in your property which leads to even worse problems.

Mold and Moisture

If your property has allowed poor ventilation issues to remain for too long, or the roof has leaked, there is a risk of mold and mildew developing. When a professional roofer comes into your property, they are looking for any mold or moisture that has developed in your roof. If mold or moisture is found and left untreated, this is a huge warning sign that there is something wrong with your roof.

Leaks and Future Leaks

Leaks are the biggest concern when dealing with a roof, as they are the first step to many roofing disasters. Your roofer will be checking for any active leaks, as well as concerns for potential leaks in the future caused by shifting shingles or cracking.

Prior Roofing Maintenance

One of the most useful reasons to hire a professional roofer for your inspection is their experience with the many different elements a roof may contain. This makes pros especially capable of checking for maintenance of chimneys, eaves and other additions to the roof for any potential concerns.

If you want a professional roofer you can rely on to handle your next roof inspection, contact Bone Dry Roofing today by calling 317-214-0360!