Signs You Need a Roof Inspection
All property owners should schedule a roof inspection at least once per year. However, you may need to book additional inspections if you’re dealing with…
If your roof is more than 20 years old, book an inspection to determine if it’s still safe.
2Leaks or water
3Missing, curled, or
in the gutters
Our Roofing Inspection Process
1. An Initial
2. A Visual
3. A Physical
5. Report &
Why Choose Us for Roof Repairs & Inspections?
Your roof is your building’s first line of defense, and we treat it as such. When you hire Local Roofers for a professional inspection, you can rest assured that we’ll carefully survey your roof and all of its features.
Our commercial and residential roofing experts know precisely what to look for, and we’ll document everything. Reach out to schedule your roof inspection in Greenville, SC today.
A Free Roof Inspection in Just 3 Steps
Schedule your free inspection appointment.
Give us the green light to kickstart the roof inspection process.
Benefits of Residential Roofing Inspections
What Others Are Saying
Very fair price, quality workmanship, looks better than new. Perfectly matched the existing color.
Will definitely call Rave Roofing & Renovation again!
- Michael Burroughes
- Clay Daniel
- Tammy Nance
- Allen Watts
Very professional & knowledgeable. Immediate response. Repair & new roof installation completed timely, & with cleanliness at job site.
- Tony S
Frequently Asked Questions
A roof inspection allows professionals and homeowners to evaluate the condition of a roofing system and identify potential issues before they worsen. As such, regularly scheduled roof inspections can help prolong the life of a roof, maintain the safety of the building’s structure, and lower the risk of costly repairs.
A professional roof inspection will assess several elements of your roofing system, including:
- Roofing material condition (shingles, tiles, metal, or membrane)
- Flashings and seals around vents, skylights, and chimneys
- Gutters, downspouts, and drainage systems
- Attic and roof ventilation
- Insulation and energy efficiency
- Signs of water damage or leaks
- Structural integrity and load-bearing capacity