Our team offers thorough roof inspections to give you the data you need to take the best care of your roof.
The roof is one of the most important parts of any building, as this structure keeps off rain, snow, and hail to protect the rest of your structure from damage. Because of this, it’s important to keep your roof in great condition, and to do that, you will need regular roof inspections. Our team at Roof Savers has extensive experience in the roofing industry, and we offer thorough roof inspection services to help you assess the condition of your roof and learn what needs to be done to ensure that it remains in good condition. We will identify any problems or causes for concern, then discuss your options for how to address each one.
In addition to providing roof inspections, our team also offers Roof Maxx restoration treatments that will extend the overall lifespan of your roof. On top of that, we work closely with our sister company, Grime Fighters Softwash, to offer roof cleaning services that remove damaging microorganisms such as mold from your roof and keep it in better long-term condition. If you are interested in learning more about our services, we encourage you to give us a call to get more information.
Our team is proud to serve the Appleton, Wisconsin community, and we want to help you keep your roof in great condition. If you are interested in our roof inspection services, just give us a call to schedule a time for us to take a look at your roof and book your free quote.
FAQs About Roof Inspections
Our team believes customer education is just as important as our roofing services themselves, so we want to provide you with as much information as possible. Over the years, we have gotten many questions about our roof inspections, and we have decided to answer some of our frequently asked questions below. Contact us today if you have a question we haven’t answered here or if you would like to book a free roof inspection.
How often are roof inspections necessary?
There are varying opinions within the roofing industry about how often roof inspections are needed, but once a year or once every 2 to 3 years should be sufficient. In addition, you should always receive a roof inspection after any extreme weather event, such as a hailstorm. These regular inspections will give you your best chance at spotting issues and preventing them from getting worse.
What happens after roof inspections?
After we provide your free roof inspection, we will inform you about the state of your roof and recommend the best course of action to fix any problems. This may include rejuvenating your asphalt shingle roof with Roof Maxx, a 100% natural, plant-based coating that can extend the life of your roof by 15 years (when applied every five years). We can apply this coating for you and provide a transferable warranty that guarantees your shingles will be flexible for at least five years.
Why are you the right roofing company for me?
There are many roofing companies out there that can provide roof inspections, but we are the right choice for you because we have reliable experience in the industry, and we provide an affordable option to extend your roof’s lifespan after we have finished inspecting it.
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