ROOF INSPECTION DENVER Residential & Commercial Roof Inspection with Certificate
Roof Inspection Denver
Everything begins with a Complete Roof Inspection in Denver.
If a roofing company shows up to make repairs on your roof without conducting a thorough inspection of the whole roofing system beforehand... beware! At Storm Contracting Solutions, we employ professional roofing contractors licensed to evaluate your Residential and Commercial Roofing Systems from roof-top to bottom. Roof Inspections can provide the necessary Roof Inspection Certificate that may be required by an insurance adjuster or a real estate agent.
As part of the Roof Inspection process, careful attention is placed on:
Certified roofers will evaluate your roofing system to check for damages such as missing buckled shingles, moss or algae accumulations, sagging tiles, leaks, and mold growth.
What is a Roof Certification?
A Roof Certification is a document granted by a roof inspector that confirms the roof has been inspected (or, if necessary, repaired), is free of flaws, and is guaranteed to last for however long the certification states.
The certification should comply with the Federal Housing Administration Regulations if it has to be recognized as valid. When certifying a roof’s safety, inspectors have to consider factors such as previous roof repairs, age, number of layers, roofing material, and roof pitch.
A roof certification is comprehensive and involving, and tells the value and lifespan of a roof. It is what most insurance companies ask for when they request a roof inspection. It is also what a seller usually presents to the buyer of a home or building in order to close escrow.
Can a Roof Inspection tell me if I need to Replace my Roof?
Because a Roof Inspection takes into account all aspects of a Roofing System, you can feel confident that a trusted and certified roofing contractor will let you know if it is time to replace your roof.
At Storm Contracting Solutions, our clients will usually ask us to make any repairs needed at the time of the Roof Inspection. This is especially helpful when a roof will not be issued a Roof Certification because of repairs that are needed. Insurance companies and the Housing Association will only accept a Certification if all necessary repairs are completed.