Roof Certifications are separate from home inspections. We look for possible movement, the condition of roofing materials, your ridges, caps, and drip edges, the soundness of your drains, downspouts, and gutters, and the flashing around roof pipes, chimneys, vents, valleys, and mounting of HVAC units.
We take into consideration the type of roof, the age of the roof, the roof pitch, the number of layers, and past roof repairs to accurately assess the state of the roof. The purposes of a roof certificate are to inform a buyer about the condition of the roof, disclose its remaining life expectancy, and to make repairs if necessary. Roof certifications give buyers peace of mind.