Inspection and Repair of Flashing
Updated: Aug 16
Depending on the type of roofing and flashing materials you have, they may not age at the same rate. For long-lasting roofing materials like tile and slate, flashing will often need to be replaced well before the roof does. For less long-lasting roofs, like the very common asphalt shingle, flashing may last the life of the roof, but should still be monitored and maintained with as much care as the shingles.
We generally suggest inspecting asphalt shingle roofs about every two years. For tile, slate, or metal roofs, once every three to five years is sufficient. When your roof is inspected, we’ll check your flashing, too. If you are due (or overdue) for an inspection, Ramon Roofing Inc. today. We’ll perform a complimentary inspection and let you know about anything that needs repair. Don’t wait for a leak to fix your flashing. Let us help keep your roof healthy so you can get the full lifespan out of your roof.