ROOF LEAK CERTIFICATION WARRANTIES TENNESSEE
ROOF MD 2 YEAR CERTIFICATIONS
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WHAT IS A ROOF CERTIFICATION?
There is no standard definition for a Roof Certification. You could probably talk to ten different Roofing Contractors about the meaning of a Roof Certification and you will get ten different answers. A Roof Certification is, loosely, a written opinion issued by a Licensed Roofing Contractor to certify that a roof is free of defects and should perform as designed for a certain period of time.
The Roof Certification period is usually for 1 or 2 years and can be up to as many as 5 years. But, be very careful, a Roof Certification is not always a Roof Warranty against future roof leaks. Unless you have done business with a certain Roofing Contractor, you will need to know what their Roof Certification is all about, and what is included in, or excluded from, their Roof Certification.
WHEN IS A ROOF CERTIFICATION NEEDED?
In most cases, the requirement for a Roof Certification arises at the time that a Buyer is purchasing a home. A Buyer typically hires licensed professionals to inspect the home that they are looking to purchase. These inspections can alert the Buyer to roof problems that will require roof repairs and the issuance of a Roof Certification prior to closing on their home purchase.
The lender’s appraiser can also find roof problems that will require the issuance of a Roof Certification as a condition prior to: drafting loan documents, funding the loan, or closing the loan. An insurance company underwriter may decline a homeowner insurance policy on a home until they have received a Roof Certification to mitigate their risk on a home with a questionable roof. With many of the homes being bank owned, and being sold as-is, it is wise to obtain a Roof Certification to make sure that the roof will not be a problem in the near future.
READY TO GET CERTIFIED?
1. Schedule an Inspection
Schedule a complimentary roof inspection as the first step towards your certification. The Roof Report will contain an estimate to repair current damage to the roof, preventative maintenance to prevent future damage to the roof.
2. Roof MD Repairs
A certified roof inspector will evaluate your roof for storm damage, leaks, and more, to keep you in the know. A free Tennesse roof inspection is the only way to know how much damage has occurred to your roof, and how to fix it.
3. Certification Issued
A Roof Certification is a certification issued by a Licensed Roofing Contractor to certify that a roof is free of defects and should perform as designed for a certain period of time.