ROOFINSPALL-SA Roof Inspection (All Types) - Semi-Annual

                                                      Man Hours 3
Special Instructions:

1.  Check manufacturer's or installer's instructions.
2.  Perform inspection prior to heating and cooling seasons.
3.  This is a general inspection, and deficiencies should be handled on a service
    call or repair basis.
4.  Use care when working in high places.
5.  Use safety line with belt if necessary.

Items to Check & Initial Completion:

1. ___ General Appearance - check for cans, bottles, leaves, rags, and equipment
       that may have been left from a job on or near the roof.  Dispose of
2. ___ Water Tightness - check for presence of leaks, and historical information
       for leaks during long-continued rain, leaks occurring every rain, etc.
3. ___ Check exposed nails that have worked loose from seams, shingles and
4. ___ Check for wrinkles, bubbles, buckles and sponginess on built up roofing.
5. ___ Check exposure of bituminous coating due to loose or missing gravel or
6. ___ Check shingles for cracking, loss of coating, brittleness,
       and edge curl.
7. ___ Check seams on built up roofing.
8. ___ On wood shingles, check for cracks, looseness and rotting.
9. ___ Check for water ponding.
10.___ Check all flashing for wind damage, loss of bituminous
       coating, loose seams and edges, damaged caulking and curling, and
       exposed edges.  Check flashing fasteners for looseness and
       deterioration.  Note any fibrous material that might be asbestos.
       Report information on any asbestos material to the asbestos program
11.___ Check all metal gravel stops for damage and deterioration.
12.___ Inspect all pitch pockets for cracking, proper filling,
       flashing, and metal damage.
13.___ Check lead sleeves on roof vents for deterioration.
14.___ Check inverted roof systems for fungus growth in between and
       under insulating panels.

Tools & Materials:

1.  Standard Tool Kit
2.  Ladder.  Check ladder for defects. Do not use defective ladders.
3.  Safety line (if necessary)

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