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You Need An SRE Quality Inspection
Your roof is your home’s first defense against the elements, protecting you from sun, wind, rain, and more. Over time, the weather can diminish the effectiveness of your roof, putting you and your family at risk, as well as putting your home at risk for further damage.
After a storm, especially a bad one, it is essential to have a professional assess your roof for any damage that may have occurred. Even if your home is not subjected to bad storms, it is recommended you have a yearly inspection to ensure your roof remains sturdy and protective.
At SRE, our goal is to help our customers get the absolute most out of their investment, which is why we offer free, no-obligation inspections.
Benefits of a Professional Roof Inspection To Assess Damage
The damage to your home after a rain or wind storm isn’t always obvious. When it comes to wind damage roof shingles may look unharmed at first. It’s important to examine your roof so you catch on to subtle signs of deterioration. Homeowners can spot the issues that point to deeper underlying problems.
Roofs are designed to withstand strong elements, but sometimes heavy storms can win the battle with your roof, and it may cause damage. It is important to have a thorough roof inspection, as this damage may be hard to see from the ground.
While you might, if you’re lucky, be able to notice any large issues, it’s unlikely that you’ll be able to see problems that aren’t visible from the ground. After a bad storm, a lot of people will go outside and simply take a look around. If there aren’t any visible signs of damage, it’s put off as a successfully survived storm.
Unfortunately, a lot of damage that occurs from storms can’t be seen. A professional roof inspection will allow the roof to be assessed by someone with a trained eye for these exact circumstances.
Types of Roof Storm Damage
SRE provides fast, effective repairs for wind, hail and other storm damage.