This is particularly important if you’re living in an older property because, as a general rule, even the hardiest materials have a maximum roof-life of about fifty years.
Got questions about the roof reporting process (or never heard of it before)? Then you’ve landed in the right place – because we’ve got answers.
What is a roof report?
Why do I need a roof report?
What is included in a roof report and inspection?
Most roof reports include a visual inspection with images of affected areas and a set of recommendations for fixing any issues. After the inspection, the assessor will provide you with a written summary of any potential issues with images, and depending on the extent of any damages, may offer a solution on the spot.
How much should a roof inspection cost?
How often should I have my roof inspected?
Have you fallen behind on your roof reporting schedule? Now is the perfect time to put your safety first and book in for an inspection. Call us on 08 7223 2375 or click here to get a quote for a roof inspection.