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Rescue Roofer Of Orange County

Rescue Roofer

1-949-345-1771

Service - Inspections - Repairs - Replacements

Roof Inspection

Rescue Roofer Roof Inspection 4-Phase Roof inspection

Interior Roof Inspection:
Check for water spots on the ceilings and/or walls.
Measure & calculate for proper attic ventilation.
Inspect attic intake vents for blockage.
Inspect attic interior for moisture or dry rot damage.
 
Attic Roof Inspection:
Inspect attic insulation for proper R-Value.
Inspect all roof pipes & vents for proper seal.
Inspect roof for cracks & detraction.
Inspect roof for surface deterioration.
 
Attic Roof Inspection:
Check gutters & downspouts for debris & blockage.
Inspect for fastening method on original installation.
Inspect flashings at all walls, chimneys, and penetrations.
Check for deteriorated or torn underlayment.
 
Attic Roof Inspection:
Inspect for damage caused by contractors/foot traffic, etc..
Check for missing, loose or cracked shingles/tiles.
Inspect all roof waterways for debris & obstructions.
Check for structural and/or environmental concerns.

From The Blog

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    All homes needs rain gutters, even those that don’t receive much rain or snow. This aspect of a home is generally thought to be a hassle, what with all the bi-yearly maintenance, plus you only notice when your gutters aren’t working, and never take notice when they are. So gutters get a bad reputation, and they are almost never considered as a method of exterior home design.
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