Roof Inspections Sanford
Ensure a long lasting and healthy roof with scheduled roof inspections
Brian Sikes Roofing is a third generation roofing company providing roof inspections in Sanford and throughout Orange, Seminole, and Volusia counties. If you’re selling or buying a home, a roof inspection makes perfect sense. But there are other times it’s just as important. SInce 2002 Brian Sikes Roofing has helped thousands of your neighbors maintain the integrity of their roofs.
Because the roof of your home or business is it’s first line of defense against harsh weather, it’s critical to know the status of your roof. For that reason, you should consider having a professional roofing inspection done after a severe weather event. Also, if you’re roof is approaching its normal life expectancy, you should consider a roof inspection at least every other year. When you need a roof inspection in Sanford, don’t hesitate to call or contact us to schedule your inspection.
Some Important Question For You Ask Following Your Roof Inspection?
Following your roof inspection some questions to ask would be:
- Is My Roof Damaged or in Good Condition?
- Will My Roof Need to be Replaced Soon?
- Does My Roof Have Enough Ventilation?
Don’t let a a potentially damaged roof cause you stress!
We offer roof inspections for:
Missing Shingles • Broken Shingles • Missing Tiles
Broken or Cracked Tiles • Wind Damage • Storm Damage • and More
What is Included in Proper Roof Inspection
Specifically, a thorough roof inspection should incorporate all the aspects of structural integrity that define a healthy roof. Therefore, our roof inspections include the following:
Are the gutters securely attached to the roof line? If not, water can enter the roof line and in time damage the wood and underlayment.
Any sagging in your roof is an indication you may have rotting wood underneath
Missing, Broken or Torn Shingles
This is a clear sign that the roof has been damaged from severe weather or it’s just reached its useful life
Granules from Worn Shingles in your Guttering
Once your shingles start to shed granules, the roof is at risk for leaking
Damaged Flashing & Rubber Boots around Pipes
There are many areas of a roof where flashing and rubber boots seal it from water penetration. When these are loose or damaged, leaks will follow
Algae and Moss Growth
The presence of algae or moss allows moisture to stay on the roof and will reduce the life of your shingles
Why it’s Important to Inspect the Attic
It’s not just we can see on your roof that’s important, but also what’s below it in your attic. Therefore, a proper roof inspection should also include your attic. This could reveal:
- Rotting & Leaks
- Structural Problems
- Improperly vented fans
Therefore, if you’re selling or buying a home. Or if your roof is more than 15 years old it’s overdue for a roof inspection. And if you’ve just experienced a major severe weather event, it’s wise to have your roof inspected. Call or contact Brian Sikes Roofing to schedule your roof inspection.
I noticed I had shingles missing after a hurricane and called Brian Sikes Roofing. I knew that they would be super busy as it seemed everyone in Central Florida needed new roofs, but when I called I was met with professionalism explaining their current wait for a new roof. After understanding the time it would take (about 3 months, which seemed the normal wait at the time), I had someone out to my house within a few days to check and be sure there wasn’t any major or water damage. Thank goodness there wasn’t, it was mainly missing shingles (lots of them!).
When Experience & Dedication Matter, Choose Brian Sikes Roofing
- 100% Customer Satisfaction
- All Types of Roofs
- Free Written Estimates
- Family Owned & Operated
- Specialty Roofing Services
- Locally Owned & Operated
- 3rd Generation Roofing Company
- No Deposit Required
- No Subcontractors
- References Available
- Residential & Commercial
- Seamless Aluminum Gutters
- Roof Inspections
- Soffit & Fascia Repairs
Brian Sikes Roofing Inc. Proudly Offers Services in the Following Areas:
Alafaya – Apopka – Clarcona – Maitland – Orlando – Rio Pinar – Winter Park – Zellwood
Altamonte Springs – Casselberry – Fern Park – Goldenrod – Heathrow – Lake Mary – Longwood – Oviedo – Sanford – Winter Springs
Daytona – DeBary – Deland – Deltona – Edgewater – Orange City – Osteen – Port Orange – New Smyrna