Murray, KY Roofer & General ContractorRoof Inspections " Woodall Does It All! "

Inspection Special

$2900 Reg. $5900
  • Roof Inspection Checklist:

  • Blistered, curled or split shingles
  • Loose, or missing shingles or tiles
  • Loose nails or exposed nails
  • Dark patches on asphalt shingles
  • Granule buildup in rain gutters
  • Sagging on the ridges or in the center of the roof
  • Broken or loose shingles at ridge lines & hip lines
  • Rusty or corroded metal flashing
  • Rusty metal where house sides meet the roof
  • Gutter overflow or excess ground water pooling
  • Blisters or depressions near vent pipes
  • Separations in flashing
  • Clogged drains on flat roofs
  • Attic and ventilation inspections included

Facing the Elements

A roof will face various climates during its lifetime, including: wind, hail, rain, snow, extreme heat, and many other elements. It is crucial that you have a high-quality roof to protect yourself and your family from the worst weather conditions.

Don't Put It Off

Many homeowners put off necessary roof repair and roof replacement until it’s too late. They end up with mold, drywall and possible structural damage throughout their home as a result.

Schedule Annual Checkups

It’s a good idea to have your roof checked on a regular basis, especially if it has potentially suffered storm damage or if it is more than four or five years old.

Control Attic Moisture, Heat, and Air Flow

Proper ventilation of the attic with natural air flow draws out heat and moisture, resulting in energy savings. This keeps the roof deck cool and dry, extending the life of roof shingles, and preventing ice dams and mold, without using the energy needed to run an attic vent fan.

In the Winter

Any moisture and warm air in the attic could condense causing water damage and creating an ideal mold growing environment. The air inside an improperly vented attic will be warmer than the air outside. Proper ventilation in the winter draws out moisture keeping the attic space dry.

During Peak Summer Heat

In a poorly vented attic, temperatures can rise to 160° or more. This heat buildup can raise the temperature inside your home and increase the amount of energy used by air conditioners. This extreme heat, beating down on your roof, can blister, curl, or even split your shingles.

Adding insulation to poorly insulated ceilings can have a major impact in comfort and energy bills.

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