Throughout the inspection process, the roof is often an area in which issues can occur. Some roof coverings cannot be walked on because they could be damaged. An inspector generally examines the roof from ground level with binoculars or looks out higher windows to get a view of roofing below. Inspectors will note torn or missing shingles and nail pops that may or may not indicate a full-fledged problem. To guarantee that you are buying a house with a durable roof, the inspector may suggest hiring a licensed roofing contractor to provide a full evaluation.
Steve completed our home inspection for a house we were in process of buying. He was very thorough and explained issues he found to us so we were aware of everything! His report was detailed and again very thorough. Would highly recommend Steve to anyone needing home inspections!
Steve was extremely professional and he verbally walked me through the entire report. He physically pointed out major concerns that he felt needed immediate attention. His report was very extensive with pictures along with detailed explanations. My wife who wasn’t able to attend the inspection found his report very easy to comprehend. He responded quickly to emails and text messages.
We recently had Steve complete our home inspection for a house we are in process of purchasing. This is our first home purchase so we did not know what to expect. Steve was excellent!! He was very thorough and explained issues he found to us so we were aware of everything. His report was detailed and again very thorough. Steve was really nice and communicated with us well too. He was very prepared and let us know up front how it was all going to be. I would highly recommend Steve to anyone needing home inspections!