The first line of defense against the impacts of a hurricane is the roof. Roofs provide protection from heavy rain, strong winds, and debris. Maintaining safety throughout storm season starts with proper roof preparation. Regular roof system inspection leads to early issue detection, prompt asset protection and increased property safety.
Detecting Early Signs of a Roof Leak
To prepare for hurricane season, conduct a thorough roof examination using binoculars, or better, call the roofing specialists at Sabal Construction and Roofing LLC. Professional roof examinations prevent problems from worsening and ultimately save property owners money.
Early warning indications of roof leaks
If indicators of a failing roof are noticed, call Sabal Construction and Roofing LLC to schedule a free roof inspection right away.
What Do Roof Inspectors Check?
Professional roof inspectors examine the general condition and integrity of a roof. A thorough examination might identify roof membrane fractures or splits, missing shingles, poor installation, or structural issues like ponding. Inspectors also check for indicators of moisture saturation in the roofing’s underlying layers.
Thorough checks oftentimes uncover small faults which property owners can address before issues intensify. Early detection saves home and business owners money. When symptoms of damage are detected by an inspector, the next step is to determine the source of moisture and extent of damage. Contractors make suggestions for repairs, restoration, or replacement on the roof inspection form.
Roof Inspection Checklist
Exterior Roof Inspection
Interior Roof Inspection
CAPE CORAL, FLORIDA’S ROOFING EXPERTS
Sabal Construction and Roofing LLC, a family-owned and locally-operated roofing company, inspects, maintains, installs, repairs and upgrades residential and commercial roofing systems throughout Southwest Florida. We are a State Certified General Contractor and fully insured company that offers premium services and affordable, long-lasting roofing products to safeguard properties against Florida hurricanes.