Roof Inspections

Preventing Damage Before It Happens

Serving Thurston County and the surrounding area

Serving the greater Olympia and Puget Sound Areas

Locally Trusted

For over 40 years, SGA Inspection has been in the business of helping homeowners become as informed as possible about their home, health and safety.

What Is A Roof Inspection?

A roof inspection is a assessment done by a professional to evaluate your roof to check if there are potential risks, hazards, damage or any other problems. Your inspector will also you a report of your findings and advice on what to do.

~Why Should You Have Your Roof Inspected

Getting a roof inspection is the best course of action to prevent future damage  before it starts. Issues such as leaks, structural damage, drainage issues, pests, and more can be caught early before any major problems occur that would cost a considerable amount more to fix than a inspection itself.

~What Does The Inspector Do?

When your inspector is analyzing your roof they will check the The Structure:
  • Leaks
  • Unevenness
  • Warping
  • Ect.
  • Loose, missing, broken shingles
  • Gutter, and downspout issues
  • Ect.
Roof Penetrations:
  • Chimneys
  • Vents
  • Skylight
  • Combustion Vents
  • Plumbing Vents
  • Ect.
  • Faulty installations
  • Improper flashing on roof penetrations
  • Cracks and openings in the mortar
  • Ect.
  Your inspector will also take photos and document all points of interest during the evaluation

~When Should I Schedule A Roof Inspection

The best time for a annual roof inspection is around the beginning of the fall to prepare for the winter season. The winter season is the most problematic time of the year for your roof, many hazards such as snow, freezing damage and hail can all become serious issues if you aren’t prepared. The other big reason is that repairs or difficult if not next to impossible during the winter do to weather constraints, so it’s best to be prepared ahead of time.