Residential Roof Inspection
Perhaps the most vital time of year to have your roof inspected is the fall, before the cold of winter sets in. Timing is key. Frigid temperatures can compromise the success of new roof installations and such repairs as shingle replacement because new shingles can’t seal down properly when it’s too cold outside.
A North Creek roof inspector will be looking for leaks, unusual wear and tear, damage caused by windblown debris, organic growth issues, and problems that may have occurred during shingle installation or subsequent repairs. In Addition North Creek Roofing will check for signs of structural damage, the condition of the soffit, fascia, and gutter system.
A comprehensive roof inspection should be completed by a roofing professional who knows what to look for.
16000 Mill Creek Blvd #102, Mill Creek, WA 98012