Roof inspections are crucial, regardless of if you have plans to sell your home.
Some homeowners believe that the only time to get a roof inspected is when you're trying to sell. While that is, of course, a necessary time to have a roof inspection, it isn't actually the only time. If your roof is past warranty or has suffered storm damage, it may be a good idea to have your roof inspected sooner rather than later.
No matter the reason, Bonner Built is here to provide roof inspections and roof certifications for customers of Georgia. With our help, you can determine if your roof is in good condition and learn about any and all issues that might need to be resolved. Not only will this give you peace of mind, but our roof inspections will act as proof to others about the state of your roof.
Ready to schedule a roof inspection in Greater Marietta? Call us at 1-855-688-9948 or click below to contact us online today! We also offer free estimates for our roof repair and replacement services should the need arise.
A comprehensive roof inspection takes into account all parts of the roof to give you a good idea about the health of the roof as a whole. Our expert roof inspectors will check to see if any of the following issues have occurred with your roof:
If your inspection doesn't turn up any of these issues, then great news! Your home is structurally safe. However, even if there are some problems to fix, it's better to know about them as soon as possible - and to have already worked with a skilled roof repair contractor like Bonner Built.
Is your roof overdue for a roof inspection? The roofing specialists at Bonner Built are more than ready to perform a thorough roof inspection for your home to make sure your roof is on the right track. As local experts in roof inspection, roof certification, and roof repair, we can ensure that your roof is up to the challenge of defending you against Mother Nature.
For roof inspection, roof repair, roof replacement and more, schedule a free estimate with Bonner Built today! We serve customers in Marietta, Kennesaw, Smyrna, and throughout the surrounding cities and towns in Georgia.