Most roofing problems start out small.
A few missing shingles after a storm. A minor leak. A few microorganisms colonizing rotting wood under damaged shingles.
You don’t even notice it… until you do.
And by the time it’s bad enough to catch your attention, it’s started to spiral out of control. Tiny damage evolves over time into big, expensive problems.
You can save time and money, and spare yourself a major headache, by catching roofing issues while they’re still minor.
The best way to do that is to have your roof inspected periodically by professional roofing contractors.
Fortunately, you can get a roofing inspection done for FREE in Louisville. At MasterBuilt Construction, we provide free roofing inspections for homeowners in the Tristate area of Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia. Call us any time at (833) 678-7258 to schedule yours today.
How Much Does Roofing Inspection Usually Cost?
Many roofing companies do charge homeowners and commercial property owners for inspections.
According to 2018 statistics, roofing inspections usually run anywhere from $478 to $746.
In contrast, roof repair or replacement costs thousands.
But for many homeowners, paying several hundred for a roof inspection is a no-go. That’s a significant expense. Not to mention the headache of having to navigate dealing with your homeowner’s insurance.
Between bills, mortgages, and other expenses homeowners deal with, paying that much just to find out if there might be a problem just doesn’t seem like a great deal.
At MasterBuilt Construction, we don’t think you should have to pay hundreds to avoid paying thousands.
If a problem is found during an inspection, you’ve just paid a lot of money, just to pay even more money.
But then, if you don’t, then if there was an undetected problem, you’ll end up paying a lot more to fix it once it’s bad enough to be noticeable.
We don’t think that’s right. In this economy, homeowners shouldn’t have to make that choice.
So, we’ve decided to do our inspections for free instead.
Why Choose Us?
At MasterBuilt Construction, we’ve spent years establishing a top notch reputation for ourselves in our community.
We served Louisville and the tristate area providing unparalleled service from friendly, helpful contractors.
Our inspections are free because we care about homeowners in our community. No one should have to deal with serious roofing damage, resulting water damage or internal structural damage, and other devastatingly costly problems.
Not if it can be prevented. We’d rather fix your problems now, while they’re still small and manageable, than have to replace your entire roof because no one realized there was roofing damage until it was too late.
We’ve helped countless homeowners and commercial property owners throughout [region]. Our customer testimonials speak for themselves.
So What Happens During a Roofing Inspection?
The purpose of a thorough roofing inspection is to look for problems that homeowners usually don’t notice, but that can get worse over time and cause a lot of problems later on down the line.
Here are some of the things we look for:
- Rust on metal flashing
- Missing or damaged caulk
- Missing shingles
- Broken or UV-damaged shingles
- Cracks in the rubber “boots” around your vent pipes
- Organisms like mold, mildew, and algae that grow in moist areas on damaged roofs
Most of these things can easily go unnoticed by busy homeowners. If we can catch it early, you’ll end up saving thousands on repairs.
The Roof Inspection Process and Paperwork
Here’s a breakdown of the process we use, from start to finish, and the paperwork you’ll need to review and sign.
Roof Inspection Report
We compile a detailed report from your roofing inspection, collecting important information about the construction and the condition of your roof.
Even if problems aren’t found, this can be very helpful information for you.
The Bid & Estimate (If Repairs Are Needed)
If we determine that your roof has problems and needs repairs, we’ll present you with an itemized bid for repairs, making it clear exactly what’s being fixed, how long it will take, and why it costs what it does.
This form delineates the nature and scope of the work.
Insurance Contingency Form
This protects all parties involved – us, yourself, and your insurance company.
Roof Certificate Form Upon Job Completion
When we complete any necessary repairs, you’ll sign a completion form that certifies the condition of your roof.