We examine the inspection report first, to make sure anything on the report is addressed properly. We perform our own inspection, but it's important to know if there are any dangerous areas on the roof before we perform our inspection.
See the missing tab? That shingle needs to be replaced, if it's repairable. If not, the whole slope needs to be replaced. In this case, it was repairable.
Make sure your siding is installed correctly. Nowadays, contractors will put anyone on your job. Beware! If you are shopping for the cheapest price, you will likely get a job that will end up like this.
This spells disaster for waterproofing this house. Water could get in at any of these joints. Wherever nails penetrate through the building wrap, the water could get in and rot the wood out. Rotted wood attracts termites. You get the picture! Make sure your contractor not only understands how important the labor is on your job, but also how important it is to "Inspect What You Expect!"
This Baytown, TX homeowner was preparing to sell his home, and a prospective buyer notified him of some shingle damage and siding deficiencies. The client contacted our office, and the office sent Jonathan Eversole, one of our service representatives to perform our proprietary RoofAssess360 inspection.