If you have any reason to question the integrity of your roof, contact us today for a roof inspection.
Most roofing materials are designed to withstand the elements and weather and to last for decades, but every type of roof has a lifespan, and extreme weather events can make it more likely that your roof could develop issues. As your roof is the first line of defense for your home against water intrusion and other types of damage, it is hard to overestimate the importance of a sound roof when it comes to protecting the major investment you make in your home.
At Carolina Custom Roofing, we offer a free roof inspection service for your peace of mind. If you have just purchased a new home, there has been a severe storm in your area, or it has just been a while since you had someone check your roofing, give us a call and get a roof inspection scheduled.
Most homes in our area have asphalt shingles, which are a great cost-effective and durable option for your roofing needs, but they are the most likely to need repair or replacement because they have a shorter lifespan than most other types of roofing (shingles generally last about 20 years) and individual shingles can get damaged or loose. Minor repairs to your shingles are often not expensive and can prevent much more costly repairs that could become necessary if you ignore missing or damaged shingles and end up with a roof leak and water damage in your home.
When we come for your roof inspection, we will carefully assess the condition of your entire roof, whether it is made of shingles, metal, or another type of roofing. We will look for areas of potential concern and think about how we would address these problems. Once we are finished with your roof inspection, we will present our findings and recommendations to you. But we will never pressure you to make a quick decision about your next steps. If you have any reason to question the integrity of your roof, contact us today for a roof inspection.
At Carolina Custom Roofing, we offer roof inspections for customers in Asheboro, Mocksville, Salisbury, and Yadkinville, North Carolina.