Why Having Your New Roof Inspected Makes Sense
The decision to have a new roof installed is a big one and with it comes a significant expenditure. Given how important your roof is in terms of protecting your home or office it makes sense to ensure the work carried out during its installation was of the highest quality possible. This makes not only choosing the right roofing contractor extremely important, but also engaging a qualified roof inspector to take a look afterwards to tick all the boxes and verify that your investment is sound.
This advice can seem a bit strange to people because it’s reasonable to assume that a freshly installed roof does not need an inspection. While the vast amount of roofing contractors perform their work with great care and quality labour, everyone makes mistakes. There are also contractors that are not on the level or are taking on jobs that are too big for them to properly handle. Having your new roof inspected is a way of protecting your investment by identifying any faults or areas that are in violation of Australian building standards.