Building & Roof Inspections

Building Roof Inspections Near Me Bozeman Montana
A Bad Roof Can Cost Thousands

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Bozeman Montana Roof Inspections

One of the most overlooked aspects of a home is the roof. Why? We're always looking at the roof from afar and never close up to see better details. A bad roof can easily turn into thousands of dollars of added expenses spent on unexpected repairs. A roof inspection can provide peace of mind by uncovering minor issues before they become major problems. At Redpoint, we are a fully Montana licensed contractor to handle the process of inspecting your roof, using the best technology and our experience of inspecting homes in Montana.

What is a Roofing Inspection?

A roofing inspection plays an important role in keeping the roofing system in excellent shape for years to come. A thoroughly conducted inspection can not only verify the roofing system's overall health, but also alert prospective buyers and sellers to issues that could affect its longevity. Most lending agencies require a roofing inspection to be performed during the home buying process, since it can protect unwary buyers from unforeseen and potentially expensive pitfalls.

A Roofing Inspection Checklist

A typical roofing inspection checklist may start with the inspector visually assessing the roof from the ground. Armed with a pair of binoculars, the inspector will look for obvious signs of wear, tear and damage, including broken, loose, or severely curved shingles, missing shingles and sagging at the ridges.

After the ground-based inspection, the inspector may decide to climb on the roof and take a closer look at its current state. Here are a few things you can expect your inspector to do during this time:
  • Check for broken or exposed nails
  • Look for damaged or missing flashing
  • Check the gutters and other areas for excessive shingle granule loss
  • Closely inspect the fascia board for signs of damage or deterioration
  • Look for rust or corrosion on the metal flashing
  • Check for cracked caulk on flashing
  • Inspect areas that may be prone to leaks, including the roof valleys
  • Check the vent pipe rubber boots for signs of cracks and wear
  • Check for signs of algae growth
  • Inspect the drains, gutters and downspouts

Drone Inspections - Have a Steep Roof?

Drones that started out as entertainment for hobbyists have rapidly evolved into useful tools with a wide range of commercial applications in a number of industries. The construction and building inspection business have embraced the technology, particularly for roof inspections. Redpoint has embraced the technology and is Part 107 FAA certified to be able to offer this service to generate better pictures and in a safer manner.

Schedule an Inspection with Redpoint

At Redpoint LLC, we pride ourselves on offering trusted, high-quality inspections in Bozeman, MT and the surrounding Gallatin Valley. Feel free to give us a call and have a roofing expert perform a careful inspection of your roof. Not only do we offer comprehensive reports of any and all issues found with the roof, but we can also recommend repairs. Contact us today to schedule your roof inspection.


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Since 2015, we've been providing high-quality home inspections and building diagnostics for our Bozeman and the Gallatin Valley area communities.

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