Some people say roofs are like car tires; we only think about them when an issue arises, and we only repair or replace them when we have no other options. But think about it this way: If you take care of your car tires and inspect and repair them frequently, you can prolong their useful lives. Likewise, if you inspect and address your roof’s problems before they escalate, you will prolong its service life and save the money that would otherwise eventually go to (avoidably) installing a new roof.
Prolonging your roof’s life begins with regular inspections. In fact, the National Roofing Contractors Association recommends examining your roof twice a year: immediately after the hot season (fall) and immediately after the cold season (spring). That’s where Sadler Coating Systems comes in. As a full-service commercial roofing contractor in the Des Moines, IA, area, we have a team of professional and experienced roof inspectors who are qualified evaluate your roof, report back, and suggest the most effective solutions. Give us a call at 515-448-3856 or 866-756-2901 for all your roof inspection needs.
Why Should You Inspect Your Roof?
It doesn’t matter if your roof is steep (slope of more than 3:12), low sloped (slope of less than 3:12), or flat – all roofs should be examined regularly. We encourage roof inspections after any major weather events such as storms or earthquakes, to check for damages.
Because replacing a roof is always an expensive investment, lenders and insurance firms require that your roof is examined regularly so that they can accurately assess the risk and compute the premiums. Our roof inspections give you, the building owner or property manager, peace of mind, knowing that the roof and building are not putting the underlying equipment or lives of the occupants in danger. Our contractors are trained and equipped with the necessary tools to uncover even the smallest and most hidden roof problems.
Accurate Roof Inspections
During your roof inspection, one of our qualified inspectors will thoroughly inspect all parts of the roof. We begin by checking the structural integrity of the roof. The inspection covers both the exterior and interior of the roof, along with a close look at chimneys, dormers, shingles, and any other integral or affixed component of the roof. If your roof is older, its surface material will be examined for brittleness, and in new roofs, our expert pay extra attention to identification of settlement problems.
Simply put, our roof examinations are customized to meet the individual needs of our customers. Contact us at 515-448-3856 or 866-756-2901 and let us help you determine whether your roof is safe, how long it will last, and when it will require replacement or repair.