Roofing materials on commercial structures have to endure a wide range of temperatures and precipitation, as well as continued exposure to sunlight. These factors eventually have their way and sooner or later, all roofs will need repair and eventually, replacement.
Through our inspection process we can identify small issues that progress to the point of undermining the integrity of the roof and the structure, and the inspector will provide a roofing estimate for any problems found. Leaks can form that are not readily detectable, weakening wood and rusting metals, while producing mold and water damage, which may go on for months before any physical signs alert the owner.
You don’t need a storm to have roof damage. Ask any roofing contractor. Texas roofs experience damage from plenty of other sources: Improper ventilation, tree limbs, improper installation or maintenance. These are some of problems our expert inspectors look for during a standard roof inspection:
Storm damage may or may not be visible; the only way to know the full extent of the damage is to do a personal inspection of the roof. We provide this service free of charge, with no obligation. We’ll even work directly with your insurance agent or claims adjuster to make sure that nothing gets missed. Here are just some of the things our inspectors will be looking for during their detailed inspection following a storm:
Even if you cannot proceed with repairing or replacement options immediately, knowing exactly what state a roof is in allows you to plan for the future, while taking any preventative steps possible now. Our inspectors have the experience and training to understand whether repair or replacement is needed, and can provide building owners with a roofing estimate and options for repair or replacement.