Roof Inspection in Dallas-Fort Worth

Book your free, in-depth roof health assessment today. Our 25-point inspection covers every aspect of your roof, and you'll receive a detailed report at no cost.

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Our Process

If you decide to use our roofing company, here's how we operate:

You: Schedule An Inspection

There is no charge for the inspection. We will arrive and document everything for you.

We: Document Damage

Our inspector will capture clear photos of any damaged areas to assist in filing your claim.

You: Initiate The Claim Process

According to the law, you are obligated to contact your insurance company to initiate the claims process. We cannot.

We: Meet Your Adjuster

It's important to note that not all insurance companies offer fair compensation. Rest assured, we will ensure that you receive fair and just treatment throughout the process.

We: Replace Your Roof

We keep our promises by arriving as scheduled, resolving your roofing issues, and leaving your property clean and secure.

You: Enjoy Your New Roof

Regain your peace of mind and return to your regular routine, secure in the knowledge that your roof is professionally managed, backed by a warranty, and guaranteed.


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Our 25-Point Roof Inspection

When you choose our complimentary roof inspection service, you can expect a comprehensive evaluation of your roof and any potential storm-related collateral damage. Our meticulous 25-point roof inspection guarantees that no detail goes unnoticed, leaving you, the homeowner, well-informed about the condition of your roof. Every roof inspection comes with annotated aerial photography of your roof and will be delivered to you via email after your roof inspection.

  • Roof Underlayment
  • Ice & Water Barrier
  • Drip Edge
  • Gutters / Downspouts
  • Soil Stacks
  • Hail Damage
  • Wind Damage
  • Deck Warping
  • Ventilation Systems
  • Exposed Nails
  • HVAC Vent
  • Trees Touching
  • Skylight Seals
  • Pipe Boots
  • Chimney
  • Moss or Algae Growth
  • Seals & Caulking
  • Eaves & Overhangs
  • Roof Valleys
  • Mechanical Damage
  • Roof Pitch
  • Siding
  • Fence
  • Windows
  • Soffits & Fascia
  • Flashing

What We Look For In Our Roof Inspections


If your roof starts leaking, often times the water builds up in your attic for long periods of time before ever making its way into your home.

Storm Damage

If your home has had a recent bout with high winds, hail or rain storms, we recommend scheduling a roof inspection as soon as possible in order to prevent further costly repairs sustained from storm damage.


Without proper air circulation, your attic will start developing moisture and this can lead to mold. Let’s avoid this and make sure your home’s attic is venting properly.


More than 90% of homes in the US are under insulated. Which means there is a good chance you’re shortening the life expectancy of your roof and paying way too much to your energy provider.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does the roof inspection cost?

All of our roof inspections are free of charge. $0.

How do I know if I need a roof inspection?

Consider scheduling a roof inspection if your roof is aging, shows visible damage like missing or damaged shingles, exhibits water leaks, displays signs of moss or algae growth, has been exposed to recent severe weather, appears saggy or uneven, or if you're buying or selling a property. Routine inspections, typically done annually, can help identify and address issues early, ensuring your roof's longevity and preventing costly repairs. Hiring a professional roofing contractor is crucial for a thorough assessment.

Should I have my insurance company look at my roof?

We would advise you first have a professional roofer look at your roof and determine there's damage before filing a claim with your insurance company. Once there's confirmed damage, then you can file a claim with your insurance company and they will send out an adjuster to confirm the damage.

Do you guys go on the roof or do you use a drone?

If the roof is safe to scale, we will get on the roof. If not, we will use a ladder and get eyes on what we can and also use a drone to get a 4K aerial view. We prefer to get on the roof and get hands-on to inspect the roof as thoroughly as possible.

Do I have to be home when you perform the roof inspection?

You must be home for at least the start of the roof inspection. We want to make sure we're at the right house and we don't spook anyone.