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Free Roof Inspection

Every homeowner should have a roofing estimate after a full roofing inspection.

Why? 

Because without one, you could be making an uninformed decision about your roofing systems.

This is important because it can detect potential problems before they become expensive repairs.

It’s also a good idea to have a free inspection every few years to ensure it’s in good condition.

If you’re considering having a repair or replacement, getting an inspection from a reputable company is essential.

An estimate allows you to compare service prices and decide the best way to proceed.

Metal Roof Inspection

Your metal roof also requires regular inspection.

Metal roofing systems are exposed to the elements daily and can suffer from wear and tear over time.

Regularly inspecting your metal roof can identify any areas needing repair or replacement.

Metal roofing is a great option for homeowners looking for a long-lasting, durable roofing system.

Metal roofs can last 40-70 years, depending on the material and the installation. However, even the best metal roofs will eventually need to be replaced.

When you are ready to replace your metal roof, it is important to have a professional roofing contractor inspect it first.

They will be able to identify any areas that need to be repaired or replaced and provide you with a quote for the work.

What Does a Roof Inspector Do?

A roofing company inspector inspects roofs to see if they need any repairs and have been installed correctly.

If any damage is found, such as after a hail storm, the inspector will recommend that the homeowner fix it as soon as possible.

They may also suggest the business or homeowner get a replacement if the old one is beyond repair.

Roof inspectors for homeowners in the Dallas area typically charge by the hour, and most will inspect both the inside and outside of the house.

The inspector will first check to see any leaks in the roof. They will then look for any loose or missing shingles.

If they find any damage, they will take pictures and report it. The detailed report will include their findings and recommendations.

If you are considering inspecting your roof, contact us to schedule an appointment. We will send one of our no-pressure, hassle-free, qualified professional inspectors.

What to Expect When Your Roof is Inspected

A roof inspector on a ladder wearing orange jacket inspecting a shingled roof.

A roof inspection can include many things, depending on the insurance company and what they think might be necessary.

Sometimes, people might install a whole new roof without being inspected first, which is not a good idea because there can be problems with the roof you won’t see from the ground.

At DKG Roofing, we thoroughly inspect your roof and inform you of any problems. That way, you can decide whether you want the roof repaired or replaced.

Here are some of the things we look for:

  • Missing, damaged, or loose shingles:  Shingle issues are the most common problems. Over time, shingles can become worn down and fall off, leaving your roof vulnerable to water damage.

  • Gutter damage: Cracked, bent, or otherwise damaged gutters can cause water to build upon your roof and lead to leaks.

  • Chimney damage: If the flashing around your chimney is damaged, it can allow water to seep in and cause problems.

  • Roof valleysRoof valleys are the areas where two roof slopes come together. If not properly sealed, water can get in and cause damage.

  • Skylights: Skylights are another common source of leaks. If the seal around the skylight is damaged, water can cause problems.

  • Overall condition of the roof: We’ll also look at your roof’s overall condition to see if any other potential problems need to be addressed.

If you’re thinking about getting a new or existing roof that needs to be inspected, please contact us today. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you have.

What is a Roof Inspection Called?

Roof inspector wearing red shirt and holding a tape measure on residential roof.

There are two types of inspections: Mid-Roof and Final Roof inspection.

Mid-Roof Inspections

Mid-roof inspection

It’s critical to check a roof while it’s being built to ensure everything is being put in the right place and according to code and manufacturer requirements. You may avoid potential problems by inspecting halfway through a roofing project, saving time and money.

At DKG Roofing, roofing contractors provide mid-roof inspections to ensure your roof is built correctly and according to code. We also offer roof repair and other roofing services in Lake Dallas and the surrounding area.

Final Inspection

Final inspection.

A final inspection ensures that the roof installation was performed correctly and that no issues could cause problems with future claims.

The inspector will check to ensure that all roofing materials are installed correctly and that no gaps or openings could allow water infiltration. 

They will also check for any signs of roof leaks or damage. If any problems are found, they must be repaired before the final full roof inspection certificate can be issued.

Final roof inspections are essential to construction and should not be overlooked.

Here are a few things to keep in mind:

  1. Make sure that all shingles are correctly installed and aligned.

  2. Check for any gaps or spaces between the shingles.

  3. Inspect the flashing around vents, chimneys, and skylights.

  4. Ensure that gutters and downspouts are securely attached and debris-free.

  5. Finally, look for any signs of leaks or damage.

With a final roof inspection, you can be assured your roof has been installed correctly and will provide years of trouble-free service.