Seller Inspection – Roof


We take photos of every side of the roof throughout the home so you can confirm the current status of the roof

HAAG certified trained inspectors, who can effectively identify and assess damage. We identify impact/hail, wind damage, mechanical and maintenance damage

Hail Map report to identify if the home has had any hail within the last 12 months.


The reports are generated within 2 hours of completion of the inspection and immediately emailed to you in web, mobile, and PDF format to meet your needs.

You receive a very detailed description of the concern, the specific area the concern is located, and we color code it to alert your attention to the concern area.


Flashing is a flat and thin material used to prevent water from entering the openings and cracks of a roof. It is placed underneath the shingles of your roof and it redirects the water to another location. Roof flashing is made from metals, such as copper, aluminum, stainless steel, or galvanized steel. We perform a detailed flashing inspection, checking sidewall flashing, kick out, head wall, and any other areas flashing have been added around chimneys, and roof wall intersections.


Gutters and downspouts are vital at assisting excess water flow away from your home’s foundation. Damaged gutters can leave water in areas that can cause your home harm

Attic Inspection

The attic is an important part of the roof inspection as leaks can be revealed by wood staining for prior leaks or a current leak