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Roof and Property Inspections

Conditions and Proof anytime

  1. Roof Inspection:

    • Structural Integrity: Assessing the roof's overall stability and checking for signs of sagging or uneven roof planes.

    • Material Condition: Evaluating the state of roofing materials (like shingles or tiles) for signs of wear, damage, or deterioration.

    • Workmanship: Inspecting the quality of the roof installation and any subsequent repairs.

    • Water Damage and Leaks: Identifying evidence of water penetration or past leaks.

    • Drainage Systems: Examining gutters and downspouts for effective water diversion.

    • Ventilation: Checking the adequacy of roof ventilation to prevent excessive heat and moisture accumulation.

    • Chimneys and Skylights: Ensuring proper sealing and flashing around these features.

  2. Property Inspection:

    • Foundation: Checking for any cracks, signs of settling, or shifting.

    • Exterior Walls and Siding: Inspecting the exterior for damage, decay, or installation issues.

    • Windows and Doors: Assessing their condition, functionality, and sealing.

    • Land Grading and Drainage: Ensuring effective grading for water drainage away from the foundation.

    • Electrical Systems: Reviewing the condition of wiring, panels, and safety devices.

    • Plumbing Systems: Inspecting the integrity and function of pipes and fixtures.

    • Heating and Cooling Systems: Evaluating the condition and efficiency of HVAC units.

    • Interior Inspection: Checking walls, floors, ceilings, and insulation for any damage or issues.

  3. Wind Mitigation Inspection:

    • Roof Shape Analysis: Assessing the roof shape for its ability to withstand high winds.

    • Roof-to-Wall Attachments: Examining the connections between the roof and walls for enhanced wind resistance.

    • Roof Deck Attachment: Checking how the roof decking is secured to the structural framework.

    • Roof Covering: Evaluating the condition and age of roof materials.

    • Secondary Water Resistance: Inspecting for any additional layers that prevent water intrusion under the roof covering.

    • Opening Protection: Checking for wind-resistant features on windows, doors, and garage doors.

  4. Wind and Hail Inspection:

    • Hail Damage Assessment: Identifying signs of hail impact on roofing materials, siding, windows, and other exposed surfaces.

    • Wind Damage Analysis: Checking for damage caused by high winds, such as missing shingles, damaged flashing, or compromised structural elements.

    • Vulnerability to Future Wind/Hail Events: Assessing the property's susceptibility to future wind and hail damage and recommending protective measures.

(Pre/Post) Lease/Rent/Investor Inspections: Services

Price List

Cost of Roof and Property Inspection Winnipeg

Through Inspection $300.00 plus GST 

*Surcharge will apply for location outside of the perimeter*


Evening and Weekend Appointments Available

Certified and Insured

Fast Results and Scheduling

Booking/Contact Information Required

Name of Party requesting services

Contact Phone number


Address of Location for consideration

*An Inspection Agreement will be required to be signed prior to Inspection Inception*

Roof and Property Inspections Include

These inspections are crucial for evaluating the safety, durability, and overall condition of a property, especially in areas prone to severe weather conditions like high winds and hail.

  • Mitigation Inspection Services:

    • Assessing roof-to-wall connections and roof deck attachment.

    • Analyzing durability of roofing materials.

    • Evaluating drainage systems for effective water diversion.

    • Structural integrity analysis for environmental stress resistance.

  • Wind Inspection Services:

    • Identifying areas susceptible to wind damage.

    • Recommending wind-resistant features and reinforcements.

    • Post-storm damage assessment for repairs and insurance claims.

  • Hail Inspection Services:

    • Inspecting for hail damage signs like bruised shingles and dented vents.

    • Reviewing materials for hail impact resistance.

    • Consulting on repair or replacement after hail damage.

  • Wear and Tear Inspection Services:

    • Monitoring aging and deterioration of roofing materials.

    • Advising on maintenance to extend roof lifespan.

    • Planning for long-term roof durability and replacement needs.

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