There are several factors in determining the cost of a new roof, such as location, size, and style. This is why we offer our clients free estimates as well as free property and storm damage inspections. Prrotect Roofing will also walk you through the insurance maze to restore your property to its pristine condition.
Yes! We’re happy to be a part of your new build and to help start your project off on the right foot!
Yes! From routine maintenance to full exterior replacement, our team is here to ensure that your investment, and your residents, are prrotected.
We are proud to work with homeowners and real estate agents whenever a building inspection is needed. Our team will identify problem areas and provide a complete report of our findings upon completion.
The best time to build a roof is when you need one! While current weather is a factor in outdoor jobs, there is never a bad time to build, repair, or replace a roof. Our first step is to identify any existing problems to determine when the repair should be completed. The materials involved will also factor into the project’s timeline (e.g., asphalt shingles require +40°F whereas a flat roof can be installed or repaired at any temperature). Our team is prepared to work as needed to resolve your issue. Whether it’s to fix ice-damming in the winter or repairing a leak before the next summer storm, Prrotect Roofing is ready for the job.
Yes! Whether your roof needs routine maintenance or you’re wanting to upgrade your siding with a new look, Prrotect Roofing can help! We’ll take on repairs, replacements, upgrades, new builds, and more! Our team is proud to take on the work that keeps your home prrotected.
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What to Do if Your Roof Fails a Home Inspection
Don’t panic; there are many viable steps you can take to remediate the situation and restore the integrity of your roof.
This guide will help you through what you should do after failing an inspection, how to ensure this doesn’t happen again, and how to ensure your home’s roof stays safe and sound in the future.
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Why The Inspector Looked At Your Roof
The inspector looked at the roof because it is one of the most important parts of a home. Your roof needs to be in good condition, watertight and able to withstand any storms.
This was not the case for our house, which failed its home inspection because it had a leaky roof. The inspector found that there were many other problems with the house too, including broken windows and cracks in walls, but we knew these would be an expensive fix so we decided not to do anything about them.
It’s hard being a home buyer when you can’t afford everything you want or need. Luckily, I bought this home as-is, meaning that I know what I’m getting myself into from day one!
Types Of Defects
It's not uncommon for home inspections to find roofing defects, but there are a few different types of defects that can be found. The most common type is where the shingles have curled or buckled up and this can be caused by improper installation, poor quality materials, or excessively heavy snow loads.
Another type of defect is where the shingles are missing from the roof and this may be due to wear and tear over time.
A third type is when nails poke through into the attic space which could mean that the insulation was blown off during a wind storm.
A fourth type is when rotted wood isn't covered with a watertight sealant which could lead to leaks in your attic space.
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