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After just a little while
It get quite ugly under tile.
If you don’t want to be a goof
Let us inspect your tile roof.

Relax! I’m not trying to sell you a roof.

Get your roof checked by a Professional Roof Advisor for only $40.


Would you rather pay $40 now or $4,000 when the problem finds you!

Why do you need an annual roof inspection?

Because a roof inspection is one of those maintenance items that’s overlooked by most homeowners.

Having an annual roof inspection is the single most important thing you can do for the overall lifespan and and efficient performance of your roofing system.

Since the roofing system is one of the most essential features of your home, getting an annual inspection is a must.

Water damage is the No. 1 culprit that weakens the very core that holds your house together.

Your roof takes care of you — return the favor so that you can:
1) find out if there are any immediate repairs;
2) stop any moisture damage;
3) head off future repairs that would be expensive.

A leaking roof will result in significant damage to insulation, walls, ceilings, flooring and personal property.

If undetected, a leak will cause rot that will endanger the structural integrity of the roof framing system and cause costly repairs.

You’ve heard about core strength for your body. Well, water damage hits at the core strength of your house, eventually causing serious structural damage. Damp wood invites termites and carpenter ants; plus, it causes mold and mildew.

Like oil changes for your car, roof inspections only prevent problems when they’re conducted routinely.

By having an annual roof inspection you will get a snapshot of your roof’s immediate condition, identify issues early and greatly reduce overall repair cost.

Plus, an annual inspection will identify small roof issues before they inevitably turn into larger problems when left unchecked.

Another thing you will learn from an annual roof inspection is the amount of routine maintenance the roof requires.

Annual inspections help identify and fix small problems.

These small, simple steps contribute to a roof’s overall longevity.

A well-maintained roof with a 10-year warranty will possibly last up to 25 years.

That translates into significant savings.

If you think about it, having an annual roof inspection will save you a ton of money down the road – after all, replacing a roof is much more costly than preventing the damage in the first place.

Take note – identifying issues early will help prevent further damage and ensure the roof over your head stays in good condition and will keep on doing what it’s designed to do – protect your family from the elements.


Why should you use Taz Pro Roof Inspections?

  • So you don’t get lured into a false sense of security by the words “free estimate” by roofing contractors
  • Because it’s not really free, it actually starts the selling process, giving the contractor permission to bug you about roof repairs.
  • Don’t get me wrong, getting a roof checked every year is absolutely necessary because that is the most important thing you can do to prolong the lifespan of your entire house.
  • Because a leaking roof damages the very core that holds your house together like ceilings, walls, and floors.
  • An annual inspection will identify small issues before they inevitably turn into larger problems.
  • That means you save a ton of money because replacing a roof cost much more than preventing the damage in the first place.
  • So avoid the hassle of “free estimates” and get their roof checked by a Professional Roof Advisor who has no financial interest in what’s found on your roof.
When repairs are necessary here are 8 things to think about when choosing a roofing contractor:

  1. How long is the material warranty and what does it cover?
  2. Do they have workers comp and general liability insurance?
  3. What is the quality of material used?
  4. Are they established and trustworthy in the community?
  5. Do they have a workmanship guarantee?
  6. What is their reputation in your area?
  7. Do they show up and communicate in a professional manner?
  8. Did they give you an estimate or a proposal?


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