The Roofing Type May Make The Difference!

The roof is part of the exterior but requires more individual attention. It is designed to protect all the components of the dwelling. There are many roof styles and finished materials.

Each style and material are inspected carefully for wear, leaks, defects and other deficiencies. Roofing problems that go undetected can cause serious harm to other components of the building. Styles and types of roofs are dictated by location, age, and preference.

Dick Delaney and Scott Shaw will carefully evaluate the condition of the material used, note defects, and discuss the possible
remaining life expectancy of the roof surface.

The attic of the home is the upper most portion of the dwelling, which remains in the interior. Attics are often used by homeowners for storage and sometimes finished for additional living space if construction style allows, unfortunately even when it doesn’t.


When an attic is unfinished and accessible, we can inspect for the quality of the construction, the insulation, water penetration, venting, pest or rodent entry and exposed electrical hazards. We will always point out that when an attic is finished, he/she will not be able to inspect the enclosed areas. Dick Delaney and Scott Shaw will be looking for signs that may indicate hidden problems as well as a safe and professional finishing job which will not interfere with the venting and insulation systems of the home.

Our company is dedicated to providing you with valuable information about your new home. We thoroughly inspect all major components of the subject property to expose unknown defects and advise you about future maintenance about your
home once the purchase is complete.

Our company will give you the information you require to make an informed decision.