A thorough inspection of your roof is critical to identify potential problems or sources of issues. Certifications or inspections are sometimes required to get or continue a property insurance policy or when buying or selling a home. Umbrella Roof has experience working with insurance agents, real estate agents and property inspectors. We can quickly and easily get the situation resolved. Umbrella Roof’s expert team is trained to properly look for signs of damage, wear, and deterioration on your residential or commercial roof.
Our experts are certified to perform these inspections, which include an assessment of your roofing material, gutters, shingles, ventilation system, and other key components of your roof’s health. Ask Umbrella Roof more about roof certification and diagnosis services in the Greater Philadelphia region.
After a thorough inspection of your roof, Umbrella Roof will provide recommended solutions based on the findings. Our roofing professionals provide a detailed report that outlines the identified issues and ways to address them. We can submit this information on your behalf to your insurance company or other agency as needed.
This information helps provide an understanding of where roofing leaks, cracks, or other concerns may be coming from. Furthermore, our experts are available to answer any details questions you may have about your roof’s inspection and diagnosis. In addition, we will provide cost estimates and timelines anticipated for us to perform the work.
Roof certifications and diagnosis are commonly requested during the sale or purchase of a home. They provide assurance to buyers that the roof is in good condition and can help determine if any repairs or replacements are necessary.
Roof certifications are typically issued by licensed roofing contractors or qualified home inspectors. These professionals assess the roof’s condition, provide necessary repairs, and issue the certification based on their findings.
A roof certification typically covers the current condition of the roof, including its age, materials, and any necessary repairs or maintenance. It may also include an estimated remaining lifespan for the roof.
The validity of a roof certification varies and is often determined by the issuing professional. Some certifications may be valid for a specific period, while others may be contingent on the completion of recommended repairs.
In many cases, a roof certification is transferable to a new owner if the property is sold within the certification’s validity period. However, the terms may vary, so it’s important to check the specific details with the issuing professional.