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Inspecting the Roof – How Often Should You?

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Why Should You Inspect Your Roof?

Roof systems can deteriorate from normal wear. The roof experiences severe weather conditions (e.g. wind and snow loads) building movement (e.g. settlement, material contraction/expansion) and even improper design. So it’s vital that you inspect your roof regularly in order to identify any issues that have developed or may soon occur.

How Often Should You Inspect Your Roof?

Regular inspections of your roof will lead to early detection of problems. We advise that you perform annual formal visual roof inspections when your roof is free of snow and materials; and informal inspections after any severe weather conditions occur.

How Much Does It Cost To Repair Water Damage?

If you do not conduct regular inspections on your roof – guttering system and attic space – you could find yourself having to pay out a substantial amount of money to repair any resulting water damage. According to studies, the average homeowner spends between $1,100 – $4,200 (£850 – £3,200) repairing water damage, which can be easily prevented with regular inspections.

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