Roof Inspections and Reports

Understand the exact condition of your roof and make informed decisions

Do you know what your roof ACTUALLY needs?

Determining what your roof needs is not an easy task that most people leave it up to roofing contractors, but how do you know the proposed options are what's best for you and your roof? Are you receiving the best possible price for the project? Do you need a new roof or just some roof repairs?

Without knowledge of the roofing industry, it can be difficult to determine what your roof actually needs, how much money to set aside, and what to expect.

The Solution to your Problem

In Awe Roofing provides complete roof condition reports and and inspection services for residential and commercial clients throughout the Lower Mainland area. Our reports allow you to make informed purchasing decisions about your roof and what you can expect moving forward. As an award-winning roofing company, our reports provide you with the knowledge nad understanding of your roof that can be used when selecting a roofing contractor to perform work on your property to ensure you recieve the best value possible for your project.

Complete Roof Inspection Reports

Our years of roofing industry experience provides us with superior knwoledge to perform comprehensive roof inspections on all types of properties and roofing systems, whether it is a traditional asphalt shingle roof, flat roof of a commercial building, or other materials used in today's roofing industries.

Our Roof Inspections include:

  • Condition of roofing material
  • Vegetation growth and trees
  • Roof ventilation
  • Skylights and flashing
  • Mechanical equipment
  • Pipes and flashing
  • Curbs & expansion joints
  • Pipes & flashing

Common Problems

When tree limbs and plants are let to grow and left untrimmed it can cause significant problems for your roof. Be sure to keep trees trimmed and free over overhanging branches.

Flashing and seals are a crucial part of your roofing system and stopping leaks from penetrating your building. If flashing and seals are inadequate, leaks can occur and lead to mould issues.

Small animals will try to sneak through any small gaps and cracks within the roofing system, which can not only damage your roof but also the interior of your building.

In flat roof situations, some roofs may have issues with standing water. This can lead to increased stress of the roof structure, heavy leaks, and mould growth.

Ventilation is an often overlooked yet crucial component to every roofing system as they allow warm, moist air to leave your attic area and regulate temperature.

Storms can cause significant damage to any roof. After a major storm, it's important to inspect a roof for any damage that may have been caused by heavy rains, hail and high winds.

Our Roof Inspection Process

We provide one-time roof inspections and ongoing roof inspections for residential and commercial clients, regardless of building size, roof structure or material used. A roof inspection is the best way to ensure your roof stays in the best possible condition and any ongoing maintenance that should be performed.

Our team of experienced roof inspectors will schedule an inspection appointment with you to come out and inspect your roof, with a complete checklist of items we look for with each roof we inspect.

After completing our inspection, our inspector will sit down with you and discuss your roof, it's current condition, any issues that are present, and what actions should be taken to correct them. Our roof inspection reports can be used to make informed decisions on next steps to take such as immediate repairs, upcoming repairs, and/or complete roof replacements.

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Did we mention that as a manufacturer-certified installer, we are able to offer the best warranties on the market for every roof we install? Up to 10 years on workmanship and 50 years on materials.