Roof Inspections Houston

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EMA Visual Roof Inspections

Roof Inspections Houston Service is recognized by the roofing industry as a vital component of successful Roof Construction Management. Many vital areas of a roof installation are not visible for inspection upon completion and many times are already covered over before periodic site inspections can be made.

Full-time Quality Control Inspection provides a set of ‘eyes’ during all phases of the installation. Critical areas such as fastening patterns of underlying insulation, mopping techniques, or glue application and drying times can be monitored for compliance with the contract documents and manufacturer’s standards.

Count On EMA and Our Trained Roof Inspectors
EMA’s roof inspections Houston have extensive experience to observe all phases of a roof installation to ensure materials are in compliance with project documents. Prior to the start of work, our inspectors are provided specifications, drawings, shop drawings, and submittals. The inspector’s attendance at the Pre-Job Conference with respective contractual parties allows a thorough understanding of the system installation, set-up areas, and anticipated internal disruptions. The inspector generates Daily Roof Inspection Reports which delineate material and installation compliance, and document any unforeseen contingent items to the contract. Non-compliance issues are immediately addressed with the roofing contractor, design professional, or building owner to ensure proper installation of the specified roofing assembly.

Roof damage Inspections

EMA performs the roof damage inspections for shingled, tiled, and flat roofs by engineers. The shingles and tiles are inspected for damages and type of damages either caused by mechanical means or due to a hurricane, storm, high winds, and/or hail. For hail and wind damage, the roof surface is checked for puncture and tears in shingles asphalt mat as well as broken or damaged tiles at roof ridges, rakes, and high points. Shingles are checked for bond breakage, nail pops, teardowns, and puncture. The evidence is then cross-referenced with weather data and other factors and an engineering report is thus prepared and submitted to our clients.

EMA Structural Forensic Engineers – Quora