How To Hire a Roof Inspector

A roof inspector is trained to inspect and effectively assess the quality of a roof. Their reports might identify the damage or suggest tools for long-term care. While a general home inspector will do a cursory check for any immediate signs of leaks or roof damage, a licensed roof inspector takes a more detailed approach that can help a homeowner be informed when negotiating for roof repair and replacement services.

  1. How To Hire a Roof Inspector

    Licensed and Certified Roofers will know how to use equipment like drones and infrared tools to assess water behind the walls and in hard-to-reach places. There are many types of roofs—flat, shed, butterfly and more, so an inspector provides valuable insights to help homeowners navigate selling their home, buying a new one and maintaining the long-term…