We’ve been exploring roof inspection for a few blogs, and now that we’ve covered just what a roofing inspector does and what a roof inspection can do for you, we want to make sure you know how to find a good roofing inspector! When we say roofing inspector, we’re talking about a professional who inspects roofs for a living; not a roofing company ready to assess your roof for needed work. The goal of having your roof inspected is to end up with a certificate you can show prospective buyers to prove your roof is in great shape.

In today’s blog, we’re going to give you some great tips for weeding out inspectors who will do you more damage than good on the journey to selling your house.

Ask to See a Sample Roof Inspection Report

  • Any inspector worth his or her salt will have no problem emailing you a sample report. If this isn’t the case, try someone else. Once you get the sample report, look it over. If it’s only three to four pages long, find a different inspector. A good report can be around 20 pages and will include photographs to pinpoint issues. You always want to have a document that clearly and comprehensively conveys what needs to be done to move forward.

At Planet Roofing, we are here to help with any issues your chosen roof inspector may find. We understand that getting little things fixed can be a pain, but we can make it painless. Contact us in Colorado and let us help you out!