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Roof Inspections in Melbourne, FL 

Inspecting Roofs in the Space Coast Area 

Roof inspections are critical in preventing roofing emergencies and prolonging the life of a roofing system. Whether a large storm has just rolled through, and it seems like some damage was done to the roof, or it’s time for a business to have its annual roof check-up, turn to Gorilla Roofing for reliable Melbourne roof inspections. Our comprehensive inspections include an evaluation of every roofing component, including shingles, facias, soffits, drainage and guttering, flashings, and internal structure. We provide a full report detailing the current condition of the roof, projected life expectancy, and the best options for resolving any issues. 

Why Schedule a Professional Roof Inspection? 

The official hurricane season in Florida is June through November, and this is usually when a significant amount of damage is done to roofs in the Space Coast Area. However, significant rainfall and heavy winds at any time can greatly damage a roof. Whatever the season, roof inspections are essential for the early detection of roofing issues. 

The most common issues that can develop on a roof include: 

  • Broken or missing shingles 
  • Uplifted roofing materials 
  • Punctures or holes 
  • Damaged flashings
  • Wind damage 
  • Rotten fascia boards
  • Roof leaks
  • Shrinkage 

When these issues are left to develop, they can result in costly roof repairs and significantly decrease the lifespan of a roof. With a regular roof inspection, there’s no need to worry about any hidden roofing issues. Should any damage be found during the inspection, the property owner will be able to make an informed decision about how to proceed before the issues worsen.

Call our roof repair specialists at (321) 677-5867 or contact us online to feel the comfort of having a secure roof over your head.

What to Expect During a Roof Inspection 

How a roof inspection is carried out varies based on the roofing company. A roof inspection will involve an evaluation of both the exterior and interior. On the outside of the building, the inspector will check for leaks, chimney damage, or signs of rotting or sagging. The condition of the soffits, fascia, and gutters should also be examined. Inside the structure, ventilation and insulation are a couple of the key components that will be checked. The inspector will also look for signs of mold or rotting, as well as any buildup of moisture or condensation. If any issues are spotted on either the interior or exterior, the roofing company will suggest ways to deal with them. 

  • “Nicholas Ruiz came and inspected the roof as was damaged by previous storms he was able to work with my insurance and my roof was replaced professionally and looks great.”

    - Rob B.

How Often Should a Roof Be Inspected? 

While there are seemingly more pressing concerns than considering the condition of a roof, putting off a roof inspection can result in a sudden issue that could have been prevented if spotted early on. The key is to play it safe and not wait until it’s too late to have a roof inspected.

General guidelines for how often a roof should be inspected include: 

  • Every four to five years during the first decade of the roof’s life
  • Once every two years when there is substantial tree coverage 
  • Annually when the roof is more than 10 years old   
  • Immediately following a significant weather event 

Ready for a roof inspection Melbourne, FL & surrounding areas? Call Gorilla Roofing’s experienced team at (321) 677-5867 today!

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