Get a LeakFREE® Roof Inspection From Your Contractor
Demand a LeakFREE® Roof Certification from a trained inspector or contractor. It is inexpensive and has the national standards you deserve. It is also a federally trademarked document that warrants your roof remains LeakFREE® for up to a 5 year period, or our member will repair it. We can confidently issue certifications because of our patent-pending inspection process. We are proud to say that our process is the most advanced in the industry. It includes a comprehensive analysis, as well as the Inspector and Contractor Roof Certification Training that is mandatory to be an NRCIA member.
A LeakFREE® Roof Certification has many advantages over any other similar piece of paper. When you purchase our certification, you already know that it is backed by a national association and its certified and trained members, not just a small roofing contractor that could go out of business. Many states and cities require certifications before selling a home. Luckily, ours meet all the requirements to help you reduce your mortgage payments, insurance premiums and even the purchase price. Buyers should not have to purchase a home with mold or other problems associated with roof damage and leaks.
Why LeakFREE® Roof Certification?
Certifying your home or property with a LeakFREE® Roof Certification has several advantages over other types of roof certifications:
First, when our NRCIA-backed certification is purchased, the peace of mind that comes of knowing that it is backed by a national association that has been around for over 25 years. This is not just a small company that could go out of business.
Second, professional roof certification before a home is sold is required by several cities and states. Our certifications meet any and all requirements needed to help in mortgage payments reduction, reduced insurance premiums and even a reduced purchase price.
Third, having your roof certified with our LeakFREE® roof warranty offers the assurance that comes with a thorough examination and analysis of the interior, exterior, perimeter, attic and rooftop. This is something that home inspectors, who only inspect the interior of your home, are unable to provide.
In addition to this, should a roof leak occur on an already certified roof, our roofing contractor will do one of the following. Either, 1) Repair the roof if it is due to normal wear and tear or an inspection oversight, or 2) assist the homeowner or commercial property manager in filing an insurance claim if the problem is not covered under the certification.
Once a roof meets our professional roof inspection criteria, the LeakFREE® Certification is admitted to the roof signifying that roof has undergone an extensive inspection and is now able to remain leak-free for the entire certification period.