What is the Go Roof Tune Up™ Process for Residential Roofing?

It’s easy to set up a free Go Roof Tune Up™ roof inspection. Either fill out the form on our website or give our office a call and we’ll have your appointment set up in a matter of minutes. After the roof inspection, where we come out to your home and thoroughly inspect your roofing system, our team will send you a written report with photos that explain exactly where your roofing problems are and how Go Roof Tune Up™ will fix them.

Our inspections consist of double checking for broken tiles or damaged shingles and that the underlayment beneath the tiles or shingles is in good condition. We will also check for trees or debris near the roof. Trees that are not trimmed away from the roof can rub against the roof in the wind and cause damage, if they are too near the roof it becomes too easy for animals to climb on your roof, raccoons and similar animals will dig at the material and can cause damage, if leaves stack up. We’ll also do a gutter inspection, check the flashings and the eaves and look at the ventilation to make sure the roof is ventilated.

Our roofing experts will repair your roof and leave the job site free from damage and as clean as we found it. Because you get a 5 year limited no leak warranty with your roof repair, if at any point, within those 5 years, the roof leaks anywhere, we will come out and fix the leak.

A roof is meant to last between 30 and 50 years, on average, with proper installation and with proper maintenance. Without proper roof maintenance, your roof will not last as long as it should. Industry experts report that the average 30 year shingle roof last 18 years. The cost of a reroof is upwards of $15,000 or more for a residential homeowner. The cost of a roof repair is around $2500. Plus you get a 5 year limited no leak warranty when you use Go Roof Tune Up™.

What is a roof system?
Your roof is much more than just the exterior shingles or tile that you see. The roof system is made up of the outer material, flashings, vents, underlayment, that on a tile roof is the weatherproofing barrier, and the roof deck. Proper installation of these roof system elements ensures adequate roof ventilation, that the underlayment is installed flat with no buckling or bubbling and no nails or fasteners damage the weather barrier and that the roof deck is installed correctly.