Keeping your roof in good condition is an integral part of home care. However, it’s not easy to identify early signs of issues since it can be dangerous to climb up there, which is why you should schedule routine roof inspections. Below are several benefits you’ll enjoy from scheduling this service.

Why You Should Schedule Roof Inspections

1. Early Problem Detection


It only takes a cracked or curling shingle, worn silicone seal, or small puncture to result in a roof leak. You may not notice because leaks can be slow and form in isolated areas. They worsen with time, however, and will eventually result in serious water damage and mold—a common home allergen that causes flu-like side effects. During a roof inspection, professionals will check seals around skylights, for example, and can address problems before they escalate.

2. Identifying Pests

Your attic is a warm, comfortable nesting place for pests. A small perforation in your roof is an open door to insects, such as cockroaches, ants, and bees. 

Larger pests, like rats and mice, carry harmful bacteria and can also make a nest inside. During a roof inspection, the contractor can search for visible pests and explain what’s contributing to the problem. The seeds in clogged gutters, for example, may attract birds and squirrels, while overhanging tree branches give pests easy access to your roof. You can use this information to then address each problem.

3. Quality Inspections

Roofers don’t just look for problems; they'll also assess your roof’s condition. Some signs, like granule loss on shingles or worn adhesives, don’t just mean you’re at risk of leaks. They can be a telltale sign that the roof is nearing the end of its life span—usually 20-30 years. Replacing the roof at the right time will prevent many costly problems down the road.


If you need a quality contractor to inspect your roof, turn to Storm Solution Specialists in Bellevue, NE. They’ll perform a roof inspection following inclement weather and address issues like storm damage, hail damage, and leaks where needed. Call (402) 291-4040 to schedule an appointment, and visit their website to learn more about the company.