Annual Roof Health Reports

Keep on Top of Roof Maintenance with Annual Roof Health Reports

The weather on the front range is intense. And hail isn’t the only thing that can damage your roof. The freeze-thaw cycle of snow and ice, along with winter wind storms, dramatically change how your roof ages. So to keep on top of maintenance, you need to know the current condition of their roof. That’s why annual roof health reports are so vital for Colorado homeowners.

Annual Roof Health Reports

A roof health report provides a detailed analysis of the roof’s condition and needed repairs. The inspector will look for leaks, damage, organic growth, and general wear and tear. First, the professional inspects the roof material for signs of loose or missing shingles as welling damaged flashing, fasteners, vents and seals. Then there is an interior component because leaks damage the inside of your home, leaving water stains, mold, and rot. The inspector will also examine the overall quality to identify issues that may lead to problems down the road. 

How often should I get my roof inspected?

Always get an inspection when buying a new house. After that, get an annual review before hail season starts in April. If you see obvious signs of damage, you are already facing significant damage such as structural complications, mold growth, and insulation deterioration. A professional report will catch issues before they become a problem. Save yourself trouble down the road by scheduling an inspection each year.

Scheduling Annual Inspections

Annual roof health reports are an essential part of home maintenance. Roofs don’t last forever—they all need replacement at some point. No one wants the stress of a surprise roof replacement. It’s better if you know the condition of your roof so you can plan accordingly. At Just Roofs and Gutters, we have the experience and know-how to provide a professional annual roof health report. Schedule an inspection online today

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