It is recommended to have your roof checked at least once a year, preferably in the fall or spring. Signs that your roof may need to be inspected include missing or damaged shingles, cracked or curling shingles, debris buildup on the roof, and water stains or leaks in the ceiling or walls. If you notice any of these signs, it’s important to have your roof inspected as soon as possible to prevent further damage.
When choosing a roofing contractor or inspector, look for someone who is licensed and insured. They should also have experience working with the type of roof you have and be knowledgeable about the latest roofing techniques and materials.
Additionally, they should be able to provide references and a written estimate for the work to be done. Communication skills and good customer service are also important qualities to look for.
Finally, choose someone who offers a warranty on their workmanship to ensure that you are protected in case of any issues down the line.
We offer a warranty on our workmanship to ensure that you are protected in case of any issues down the line. They offer a one-year check-up on any roof they have serviced, and will fix any issues found during the check-up for free. Additionally, they offer a 10-15 year workmanship warranty to ensure that you are satisfied with the quality of their work.