The Importance of a Roof Inspection Before Buying or Selling a Home

Currently, in Pennsylvania, we are seeing a lot of house sales. The market is great for selling and buying! While Pennsylvania has a great housing market, we are seeing this everywhere. Before buying or selling a home, it is a great idea to have your roof— and the home in general— inspected.  Oftentimes, most people do not know the extent of possible damage to their roof, and without a professional opinion, this may go on unnoticed. When selling a home, having your roof inspected can allow you to make any updates needed before selling your house. This increases the value of your home, making it easier to sell without any surprises before closing. You can make informed decisions with an inspection. 

Our team at C3 American Exteriors knows the importance of a thorough roof inspection, and we can help you with identifying any possible fixes needed to your home. 

When buying a home, a roof inspection can help to bring damages to your attention, allowing you to decide on a reasonable price and if fixes need to be made beforehand. An inspection can bring storm damage, missing or bent shingles, clogged or broken gutters, and so much more to your attention. You can then ask for damages to be fixed or negotiate a different price based on what will need to go into fixing the roof as well as deciding if you have the budget for it. You can also learn about the age and possible remaining lifespan of your roof.

Our inspections are always free, allowing you to learn about your roof without having to make any commitments. Whether you live in Pennsylvania, or any of the other areas we service, if you are looking to buy or sell a home, give us a call for a free inspection so we can help you out!

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