If it has been a while since your last roof inspection, you might not remember what to expect when your local Fort Lauderdale roofers arrive at your home. The goal of the inspection will be to evaluate the working life and condition of your roof, while also identifying some solutions to possible challenges that may arise.
Although the best way to inspect a roof is to physically walk on top of it, this is not always practical; your roof inspector will decide whether your roof can be walked on. Your inspector will take a look at your shingles, your flashings and your chimney. Dark streaks on your chimney point towards a build-up of creosote, which is a flammable material that should be taken care of. By the end of your inspection,you should have an idea of your roof’s anticipated working life.
For more information on effective roofing practices for your home, contact our team of experts at All American Roofing.
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