Inspections/Savings Solutions Services
Florida Home Inspection Specialist
With over 50 years of construction and roofing experience, Universal Roof & Contracting can give you honest advice about storm damage and energy-saving solutions for your home. We offer a variety of inspection services that will identify areas needing repair–preventing future damage to your home and revealing sources of energy loss that result in unnecessary heating and cooling expenses.
Our inspections/savings solutions services include:
- Free Roof Inspection
- Wind Mitigation
“Energy Saving Solutions”
How often should you have your roof inspected?
You want your roof to remain leak-free and in good shape, and regular roof inspections are the best way to identify and prevent damage that could become huge problems later. Ideally, you should have your roof checked at least twice a year, preferably at the beginning of spring and at the end of the fall. The mild weather of these periods help make the roof inspection process easier while giving you time for the repair that might take place.
It’s also a good idea to have your roof inspected after a major weather event, especially if you suspect that your roof might have experienced significant damage. Even newly built roofs should be inspected because bad weather doesn’t consider the roof’s age when it deals its damage.
Entrust your roof inspection to a professional
Having a roofing professional inspect your roof allows you to save time while ensuring your roof has been thoroughly inspected. A roofer with a meticulous eye can pinpoint problems and know what needs to be done before they worsen. Ultimately, a professional roofer can potentially save you thousands of dollars while keeping your property, as well as your household, safe from the ill effects of bad weather.
Call Universal Roof & Contracting for an Inspection
If you need your roof inspected, repaired or replaced, contact Universal Roof & Contracting for a free quote. Please feel free to call us at 407-295-7403 or visit our Contact Us page.