The structural inspection looks for problems on the exterior of the roof. This includes checking for signs of aging, sagging, and leaks. The planes of the roof may be measured to ensure proper rain runoff and in some cases, ventilation will be checked to ensure proper expulsion of heat.
This part of an inspection is of the material of the roof itself. This often includes cracks or missing shingles, rust, rot, and mold. If certain materials are found defective, they will likely need to be replaced or repaired.
Your roof is actually more than just the exterior, the interior of the roofing structure is equally important. Our inspectors will check the ceilings, attics and interior walls for signs of water damage, mold, or rot. If something is found, we will locate the cause of the damage and offer solutions to repair it.
Not every roofing contractor is a Master Elite like Stay Dry Roofing (in fact, less than 2% of all contractors hold this title). If your roof was put on by someone else, we can inspect the workmanship of the structure to let you know if it is up to code.