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The Case for a Late-Summer Roof Inspection

Your roof’s structural integrity is of utmost importance, as it is a first line of defense for you and your family against weather, pests, and debris. Now that the Pacific Northwest days are getting shorter, and our state’s chance of rain is lowest in August, there’s no better time to have your roof checked for damage and signs of aging and wear. What may look fine from the ground or the top steps of a ladder may be misleading. Some homes’ roofs have obvious damage.  Others look fine, but may have underlying issues that will surface eventually.

A professional, thorough inspection of your home’s roof will determine both outright damage and areas of weakness that could turn into bigger problems in the future. 


We check for the following warning signs:

  • Structural weaknesses or sagging
  • Missing or loose shingles
  • Shingles that are curling, corroded, or warped
  • Persistent damp spots and/or patches of moisture
  • Dented or slumped gutters



  • Increases your home’s value. Buyers and buyer agents often inquire about a home’s roof before anything else. 
  • Serves as a safeguard against moisture and pests.
  • Looks nice and is an instant curb appeal enhancer.
  • Energy efficiency. The older and weaker your roofing material, the harder your HVAC system works to maintain desired indoor temperature.
  • Saves you money. Addressing issues before they become bigger can save you hundreds, if not thousands, in repair or replacement costs. 
  • Health. A solid roof helps protects you and your family from the ravages of mold and mildew…both known to damage health as a result of long-term exposure.
  • Safety. The longer a compromised roof is left unaddressed, the greater the chance it may collapse or cause part of the home to become unstable. 

Have your roof inspected

Since our (in)famous PNW weather makes its autumn appearance, you’ll rest easy knowing you’ve had the roof over your family’s head inspected and any damage addressed and repaired. 

Scheduled a roof inspection today.

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