Roof Inspection – How It Can Save More Than Your Roof

From the ground it might look fine...


... but not from up here!

Roof Inspection

How can a roof inspection save you more than your roof? When you're looking at a roof from the ground, you may see some indications that problems exist on the roof. However, quite often it's not until you get up on the roof that most issues become clear. We've said this before, but it bears repeating: DO NOT get up on the roof yourself! It's just not worth it. Call the professionals.

So, how can our FREE 50 Point Roof Inspection save more than your roof? Well, for starters, it's FREE!

Apart from that, there are probably any number of ways early intervention can save you. Let's have a look at some of the main ones:

It will save you Money!

Yes, that's right, it will save you money! Early intervention could mean the difference between a roof repair, restoration or complete replacement. The longer issues remain undetected, the more potential there is for major damage, like rotting of battens, trusses, fascia, etc.

It will save you Inconvenience

Of course, preventing leaks from happening is better than having the ceiling cave in during a storm! Imagine the inconvenience of dealing with the aftermath of a major roof leak in a heavy rain event! Shudder!

It will save you Time

Getting things fixed early prevents lots of time wasted on fixing multiple problems later. And if a professional can do the job for FREE, haven't you got better things to do? Your time is better spent on enjoying life!

It will save you Injury, or worse!

This is no exaggeration. Getting on a ladder on up on your roof is best left to the professionals. They have the experience and the equipment to do the job safely. Please don't get up on the roof!

This excerpt from the Herald Sun tells the story:

Data reveals falls from ladders the most common cause of accidents around the home

MORE than 1200 Victorians have seriously injured themselves while doing home maintenance and renovations over the past two years.

Falls from ladders were the most common accidents with 728 people admitted to hospital for that reason between July 2015 and June 2017.

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Don't become a statistic! Stay on the ground and let the professionals take care of it for you.