Jackson Construction and Jeff Jackson are pleased to announce that they have added a free roof inspection to their extensive list of roofing services. The — New Albany, IN roof replacement company, has the knowledge and experience to identify the areas where the client's roof falls short of perfection, as well as to make suggestions for affordable repairs or replacements. The free roof inspection includes having a trained professional do a visual inspection of the actual roof condition and roofing materials as well as an assessment of the type of building that is involved.
According to a company spokesperson, “We use specific scientific instrumentation in order to make sure that all the possibilities are covered. We pride ourselves on transparency, honesty and integrity, and all of our inspectors are regularly drug screened to ensure job safety. Our findings and recommended actions to fix any issues that you may have, will all be delivered in writing. The quote is valid for 30 days from issue date.”
He continued, “Our annual free inspection will save you money in the long run as we will be able to catch any issues early on, and schedule repair jobs as they happen instead of leaving things to break down irretrievably. Regular care and maintenance is the single most important thing you can do to protect your family against any unforeseen weather and weather effects.”
Jackson Construction believes that the best practice for basic roof maintenance is booking a roofing consultation, even if there are no obvious leaks. When it comes to the elements, the roof is the first line of defense. Broken and cracked tiles leave the roof vulnerable to water damage and also provide an easy target for potential criminals looking for an easy way to get into the property. Exposed waterproofing is susceptible to sun damage. If hidden leaks occur, they can attract nesting insects into the rotten wood. Smaller leaks are often initially absorbed by ceiling insulation and may go completely unnoticed while the timber is slowly rotting. Something that most customers don’t know is that often the timber in the ceiling is untreated and therefore deteriorates pretty quickly.
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