The National Roofing Contractors Association recommends that you have your shingle roof inspected two times per year. Ideally your roof should be inspected in the spring and in the fall. In addition to this, the roof should be inspected after major storms, including hail storms or hurricanes.
If you have never had a roof inspection done before or have never paid much attention to the inspection process, you may be unsure what a roofing professional looks for when they perform one. Here are a few of the various elements a roofer looks for when inspecting your shingle roof. Continue reading What Does a Roofer Look for When Inspecting a Shingle Roof?