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Schedule a Thorough & Accurate Roof Inspection

Roofs are essential to protecting you, your loved ones and the entire integrity of your home from the outer elements. Often, roofs are taken for granted and not inspected when an inspection is needed. The storms, hurricanes and other natural elements in Florida can take a serious toll on your home’s or business’ roof. Inspections help ensure the integrity of the roof by checking for leaks, damages and quality. Storms involving high winds have the capability to damage any roof, regardless of the age. Prevent minor damages from evolving into greater ones. Call C & C Construction Roofing Specialists today for more information or to schedule an appointment for your roof inspection. 


Examples of Problems We Look for:

  • Broken, missing shingles

  • Cracked caulk/sealant

  • Curling shingles

  • Cracked/rusted metal flashings

  • Chimney cap missing/damaged

  • Buckled, blistered or cracked shingles

What to Expect from Professional Roof Inspections

  • Structural Inspection: The inspector will check for uneven roof planes and signs of sagging, in addition to examining the condition of the soffit, fascia, and gutter system. Masonry chimneys should be inspected at this time for cracks, crumbling grout, and damage to chimney caps. The inspector may also check the venting in your attic; improper venting can lead to heat and moisture buildup that reduces roof life and increases the risk of ice dams forming at the roof’s edge.

  • Material Inspection: Here, the inspector will be looking for loose, missing, or curling shingles; stains; moss; rust; and missing flashing or fasteners. Shingle aggregate that has settled in roof valleys or on the ground at the bottom of gutter downspouts is a sign that the roof could be near the end of its useful life. The inspector will also check the rubber boots and seals around vent pipes, looking for gaps or deterioration.

  • Interior Inspection: Because roof leaks ultimately damage your home, the inspector will check interior ceilings, the attic, and interior walls for water stains, mold, rot, and other signs that water is making its way into your house.

  • Workmanship Inspection: A thorough inspector will examine your roof for problems in workmanship that could increase the risks of leaks or other roof damage in the future. Incorrect flashing around roof penetrations—including vent pipes, skylights, and chimneys—would all be red flags.


25+ Years of Experience for Accurate Inspections

Our experience allows us to spot potential problems early before a small repair turns into a major project. Trust our team to inspect every inch, locate any spot of concern and bring it to your attention. A free estimate will be provided, if needed, for repairs after the inspection is complete. Call now for more information! 

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