Broken Arrow Roof Inspections
Always FREE roof inspections and estimates to keep you informed on the condition of your roof.
Your roof is one of the most valuable parts of your home. It is what protects you and your family from the elements and weather. You rely on it. In Oklahoma that could mean high winds, a foot of snow, severe storms, or exteme heat. So it is absolutely not something you should neglect.
Solid Roofing is happy to provide you with periodic free Broken Arrow roof inspections to keep you in the know when it comes to the condition of your roof.
When To Get A Roof Inspection
Usually after a severe weather event most homeowners will want to know if their roof has suffered any damage. And while it is a good thing to check out after high winds or hail, that should not be the only time you get a roof inspection.
The best time to scehdule a reoof inspection is in the fall. You are going to want your roof in good sahpe to survive the winter. Not only can cold weather compromise the integrity of new roof construction, it is also nearly impossible to install a new roof in the cold of winter. So you want to make sure that your roof gets replaced in time if it is needed.
Having A Professional Inspection Vs. Inspecting It Yourself
You are perfectly capable of seeing certain types of roof damage. You don’t need an eagle eye to see missing or damaged shingles. However there are other types of damage that require a trained eye to spot. If you have a fairly new roof that hasn’t seen much severe weather, you can get away with looking it over yourself. But if your roof is over 5 years old, call the professionals at Solid Roofing to come and give you a free Broken Arrow roof inspection. They will check for things such as proper ventilation, flashing damage, attic leaks, and more.
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