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Roof Inspections

Professional Roof Inspections

As a part of our free roof inspection, we have a rigorous 18-point inspection that will review every detail of your roof to ensure that potential water problems will not affect your structure.

Some problems with your roofing are easy to detect. Water stains on the ceiling and walls, curling or missing shingles, cracks in your gutters, or deterioration around fascia and soffits are some obvious signs of roof damage that require professional repair. 

In other situations, the signs of roof issues are more subtle. This is particularly true to those that occur in its underlying structure. When left unchecked, it could worsen over time and require a costly and extensive roof repair or replacement. 

Professional roof inspections are necessary to identify signs of any existing issue and prevent them from evolving into something more serious. It’s the best way to assess the health of your roofing and keep it in the best possible condition. 

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Should I Get My Roof Inspected?

Whether it’s keeping you protected from the scorching sun or dry on a rainy day, your roof is an essential part of your home. Unfortunately, it’s often one of the last things we keep an eye out for—we only think of them when a problem occurs or worse when its extent is already beyond repair. Because roof systems eventually deteriorate from normal wear and tear, severe weather conditions, and potential faulty installation, it’s essential that you inspect your roofs regularly to identify issues early on and address them before they get worse.

A regular roof inspection is a key to maintaining the structural integrity of your home. It will not only save you from extensive repairs but extend the useful life of your roof as well. As experts in residential and commercial roofing, we advise that you perform roof inspections annually and after any severe weather conditions occur. Extreme weather events like storms or strong winds can damage your roof and it’s necessary that you have it professionally inspected for any signs of damage such as cracks, loose boards, missing shingles, loose guttering, or fallen debris. 

A professional roof inspection after such extreme events can also prove useful when filing for an insurance claim. Keep in mind, it’s always best to hire a professional to inspect and maintain your roof. It’s a dangerous job that requires proper training. You don’t want to put yourself in a situation that can potentially do more harm than good: risks of personal injury and failure to perform the task properly, leading to the possibility of worsening the problem.

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  • 1. 5-Star Customer Service
    Our customer service team can help determine the best roofing solution for your home or business.
  • 2. High-Quality Workmanship

    Klein Roofing offers the best quality roofing services for families & businesses.

  • 3. 14+ Years in Business

    Klein Roofing has been providing quality commercial & residential roofing services since 2008.

  • 4. Skilled & Educated Technicians
    Our roofers are certified & trained to provide expert service for your roof.
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Our 18-Step Roof Inspection Process

1. Measure and Calculate for Proper Attic Ventilation

2. Check Gutters/Downspouts for Blockage

3. Inspect All Valleys for Cracks, Weathering, and Deterioration

4. Inspect the Roof for Missing Shingle Granules

5. Check All Skylights And/or Chimney Flashing for Proper Installation and Seals

6. Inspect Fasten Method Used From the Original Installation

7. Inspect Flashing at All Walls

8. Check for Loose Shingles

9. Inspect All Pipe Flashing for Cracks

10. Inspect Seals on the Shingle to Help Prevent Wind Damage

11. Check to See if Shingles Are Curled, Brittle, or Deteriorated

12. Inspect All Rubber at the Top of Pipes for Dry Rot

13. Check the Condition of the Actual Skylights And/or Chimney Units

14. Roof Inspection for Soft Spots on the Roof -May Indicate Dry/Wet Rot

15. If Soft Spots Are Detected-Check in Attic Space to Determine the Type of Sheeting and Condition

16. If a Leak Is Suspected or Attic Inspection Is Otherwise Called For -Check Insulation for Condition and Moisture

17. Inspect Attic Intake Vents for Blockage

18. Inspect All Storm Collars at Pipes for Proper Seal

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  • “Klein Roofing was courteous and professional and got the job done fast. If you have any roofing needs, I highly recommend this company!”

    Felicia H.
  • “I’ve never been happier with the quality and the way my roof looks now!”

    Anthony D.
  • “Klein Roofing was very professional and quick! From the beginning with the tear-down, all the way to the end with clean-up.”

    Luis L.
  • “After all was said and done, they finished the job so quick without leaving a trace behind. 10/10 would recommend!”

    Nicholas A.
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For Insurance Claims

Getting your roof inspected by a professional after a severe weather condition can also help you identify damages and file for an insurance claim. They will write a report detailing the nature and extent of damage and the estimated repair costs.

If you’re looking for a reputable roof inspection company near you, get in touch with our skilled roofing experts at Klein Roofing. We offer our services to clients in Texas and Florida—we make filing an insurance claim easier by providing you with supporting evidence.

For Expert Roofing Service, Contact Klein Roofing
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