A roof certification is issued after a complete inspection of your roof – both the top and underside – are free of any leaks, flaws, missing shingles, or cracks. If your roof inspector finds items during the inspection that need to repair, we will let you know what it will take to complete them.
Repairs found during the inspection will need to be complete before a roof certification will be issued. We need to be sure that your roof is issue free.
The roof certification will show the current state of your roof as well as its remaining lifespan. This is important when selling your home so that potential buyers know how long they will have before it needs to be replaced.
Along with the lifespan and current state, the roof certification will also show that there are no repairs needed including shingles to be placed, leaks or cracks to be fixed, or other flaws.