Residential Roof Inspections
Inspecting your home’s roof is about more than protecting your investment—it’s about protecting your family’s well-being and peace of mind. Stone Creek Roofing starts with you and your family, prioritizing your questions, needs, and safety. Only then do we get up on the roof, assess for damage, and find the answers. From there, we provide realistic recommendations, cost estimates, and stress-free repairs.
Commercial Roof Inspections
Your commercial roofing system is too big an investment to push aside roof maintenance. Our commercial roof inspection and consultation services make it easy to prioritize ongoing maintenance with simple scheduling and straightforward recommendations. Since many of our inspectors are also certified adjusters, they’re specifically equipped to leverage insurance claims and payouts in your favor.
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"My neighbors have commented how much they like the new roof and we love it too."- Harry L.
"Picking Stone Creek was the best decision we made in our roof replacement. 100% recommend them and would use them again!"- Mackenzie G.
"The work was excellent - even the county inspector was complimentary. 5-stars all around."- George T.
"They basically catered the entire project for me - contacting insurance, coordinating options and costs, and scheduling the repair."- Ben M.
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"Stone Creek Roofing replaced the roof and installed new gutters on our home!"- Shelly W.
A roof inspection isn’t the first step to making smart roofing decisions. The process starts with finding answers to your immediate roofing questions, outlining a few short-term and future goals, and defining a budget.
That’s why we believe most roofing companies have the process backward. They jump to an immediate inspection and then think about you, but you probably have questions and concerns before that point. We focus on you first, answering your questions and addressing your concerns from the outset. With your priorities communicated, we then turn to your roofing system. When it’s time for an inspection, we offer both virtual and in-person consultations to provide the flexibility to choose the option that feels most comfortable for you.
From there, it’s time to get up on the roof and assess your roofing system while keeping an eye out for your specific concerns. Your roofing specialist then brings the findings back down to earth for you with a detailed report that includes pictures, explanations, and recommendations.
During the Inspection Process
- Following the inspection, our Project Manager uploads photos of the roof, gutters, windows, etc. into an app that creates a virtual inspection. This virtual inspection, which includes labeled images placed on a personalized web page, is sent to the homeowner so they can view the details of their roof’s condition.
- After the homeowner has accessed their home’s virtual inspection, the Project Manager schedules a virtual or in-person meeting with the homeowner, depending on the homeowner’s preference. If the homeowner requests a virtual consultation, the Project Manager can arrange for a conversation using Zoom, FaceTime, Skype, or phone (i.e., whatever technology the homeowner is comfortable with). The Project Manager discusses their evaluation of the roof with the homeowner. The virtual consultation allows the homeowner to view photos of their roof during that discussion with our Project Manager.
- If roof damage warrants an inspection by the homeowner’s insurance company, the Project Manager is typically on site during the inspection by the insurance adjuster to answer questions and represent the homeowner. During this inspection, our Project Manager enacts all appropriate social distancing and safety measures.
- If there has been interior damage to a home, we ask that the homeowner take photos and send them to the Project Manager. In most cases, the Project Manager can simply use the photos to successfully assess the cause of damage and required remediation. If we are required to enter a home, we are extra vigilant to ensure that we communicate effectively with the homeowner, enact appropriate health and safety measures, and do only what the homeowner is comfortable with us doing.
During the Construction Process
- A Project Manager and/or Production Manager is on site (on the ground) during the entire build to ensure that safety protocols are followed. If there are corrections that need to be made, the on-ground supervisor communicates directly via walkie-talkie to the crew supervisor (who is typically on the roof) to provide feedback regarding safety breaches.
- During construction, we encourage homeowners to simply stay inside. However, we work with homeowners to ensure that they can come and go as needed.
When inspecting your roof for damage, you need to keep your insurance policy in mind. Many homeowners, building owners, and even roofing companies never think about the insurance factor, and when they do, it’s often not until the later project planning phases. Filing an insurance claim for a roof repair or replacement is a tedious, drawn-out process with no guarantees. The sooner you get started, the better the chance of your project’s success.
Stone Creek Roofing helps you start answering critical insurance questions as early as the inspection stage. Not sure if your insurance policy covers roof replacement? Or maybe you’re trying to decide whether you should file an insurance claim? Wherever you’re at, our experts can provide insurance claim insights you won’t hear anywhere else, helping you make a smart choice while maximizing payouts and protecting your policy.