Roofs

What are Roof Inspections?

2 people stands on roof

Benefits of Roof Inspections?  

2 people stand in front of a house

When to Schedule
Roof Inspections?

How do you Use a Thermal Camera for Roof Inspections?

roof and windows
details of roof

Advantages of Using a Thermal Camera in Roof Inspections? 

Thermal camera for Roof Inspection

A thermal camera in your roof inspections can yield tremendous results - extending your roof’s life expectancy and saving even more money by identifying problems before they become too expensive to fix.

A common problem that sets into older roofs or improperly laid roofs are leaks and moisture. During the first stages of this you won’t notice it because the damage is minimum and you cannot see moisture. The worst part is that moisture is not only hard to detect it in the initial stages, it causes very serious damage when it becomes evident through large pools or drips of water down the walls peeling away at the wallpaper.

To give you all the comfort you and your family need in your sleep. For a long, long time. Read on. 

What are
Roof Inspections?

Roof inspection is where someone will conduct a thorough inspection of your roof looking at key elements to determine its integrity. This is typically best left to professionals as they know what to look for and where to check. However, if you have the right tools and knowledge, a roof inspection can be done by yourself. And one tool that needs no training whatsoever is the thermal camera.

We need to understand and appreciate how important the roof is. It keeps the elements at bay and keeps the house warm by trapping the heat inside. For such an important piece of the house, it's often overlooked and when it's been overlooked for too long some serious damages can occur.

It's therefore important that roof inspection is done occasionally so that any early signs of damage can be taken care of relatively easily and very cheaply compared to a massive hole in the roof. 

THERMAL CAMERA
FOR ROOF INSPECTION

A thermal camera in your roof inspections can yield tremendous results - extending your roof’s life expectancy and saving even more money by identifying problems before they become too expensive to fix.

A common problem that sets into older roofs or improperly laid roofs are leaks and moisture. During the first stages of this you won’t notice it because the damage is minimum and you cannot see moisture. The worst part is that moisture is not only hard to detect it in the initial stages, it causes very serious damage when it becomes evident through large pools or drips of water down the walls peeling away at the wallpaper.

To give you all the comfort you and your family need in your sleep. For a long, long time. Read on. 

What are
roof inspections?

Roof inspection is where someone will conduct a thorough inspection of your roof looking at key elements to determine its integrity. This is typically best left to professionals as they know what to look for and where to check. However, if you have the right tools and knowledge, a roof inspection can be done by yourself. And one tool that needs no training whatsoever is the thermal camera.

We need to understand and appreciate how important the roof is. It keeps the elements at bay and keeps the house warm by trapping the heat inside. For such an important piece of the house, it's often overlooked and when it's been overlooked for too long some serious damages can occur.

It's therefore important that roof inspection is done occasionally so that any early signs of damage can be taken care of relatively easily and very cheaply compared to a massive hole in the roof. 

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