Roof Certification Insurance Inspection

Roof Certification Insurance Inspection

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Roof Certification Inspection

Roof Certification Inspection

When it comes to the components of a house, the roof is one of the most important parts. A roof in bad conditions can lead to water leaks causing future problems in the rest of the home’s structure.

Also, if you have an older house, insurance companies are most likely to require a roof certification (roof inspection). They need proof that you roof is stable and in good conditions in order to be eligible for coverage.

Whether you need to have your roof inspected for insurance purpose or just to have peace of mind about the condition of it, we are here to help.

We will check:

The roof's general condition.
The age of the roof covering.
The presence of any leaks.

Why do I need a Roof Certification Inspection?

As mentioned before the roof certification may be a requirement from your insurance if you have an older roof as they need to know the condition of the roof before offering you coverage.

Who is supposed to pay for the Roof Certification Inspection Inspection?

The Roof Certification inspection is normally paid by the client.

Does the inspector have to go into the attic for a roof certification inspection?

Yes, do not be surprised if the inspector asks to go to the attic, sometimes the outside is perfect but the inside in the deck area can be damaged, do not let those leaks catch you by surprise and schedule a roof certification today to have peace of mind when it comes to your roof’s condition.

How Often Should You Schedule a Roof Inspection?

You should book a roof inspection at least once a year whether your insurance asks you for it or not. This inspection will help you uncover hidden issues your roof may have that are an easy fix now but may become a much bigger problem in the future.

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