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Roof Inspections

Protect your roof with the inspection services of Missouri Roofing LLC. We provide accurate, detail-oriented roof inspections designed to give you a complete breakdown of your roof’s performance. Whether you suspect a leak or have experienced significant storm damage, you can take advantage of our timely services, fair prices, and top-quality workmanship.

Full-Service Roof Inspections

Our roof inspections are comprehensive, extensive, and cost-effective. Over time, we’ve developed a specialized process to give your roof a complete performance breakdown. We check for all signs of damage and all signs of wear and tear to get to the root of any problem it may be facing.

We can help with:

  • Water damage
  • Storm damage
  • Structural issues
  • Cosmetic damage
  • Missing or cracked shingles
  • Mold or moss growth
  • Leaks
  • Poor insulation
  • …and more

Combining the latest tools with time-tested techniques, we put your roof through a rigorous stress test, evaluating its condition and its long-term feasibility. That way, we can keep you safe and protected for many years to come.


Comprehensive Roof Assessments, Transparent Quotes

At Missouri Roofing LLC, we provide inspections, reports, and quotes to help property owners make informed decisions. We use clear explanations to ensure you understand our findings and if repairs are necessary, we create a comprehensive plan with various service options and cost estimates. Our aim is to provide you with all the necessary information to make the best choice for your property.


Licensed. Trained. Experienced.

We’re proud to be a fully licensed and insured roof inspector. We know you want a dependable professional you can trust, and we’re committed to meeting that aim. We combine years of experience with a commitment to our craft, always going out of our way to do right by you. As a licensed contractor, we can help with a vast array of needs and priorities. If you need to make an insurance claim for your roof, we provide claims assistance through our inspection services. We can provide a thorough, accurate report to your provider so you can get the compensation you deserve. Speak to us today to find out more.


For Local Roofing Services, Choose Missouri Roofing.

Different roofing materials have varying lifespans. Shingle roofs typically last for 25-30 years, while slate, metal and tile roofs have a longer lifespan. A metal roof can last between 40-70 years, and slate and tile roofs can last as long as 100 years or more, provided they are regularly maintained.

There are several signs you can look out for that may indicate your roof needs to be replaced. Watch out for the following: Dark patches or bald spots, Curling or missing shingles, Sagging or drooping, or Moss growth. If you see any of the above, don’t hesitate to contact us for a roof inspection.

Best is hard to say: It depends on the property and the budget. In terms of price and performance, asphalt shingle roofs are a great option. But if you have a higher price point, it’s certainly worth considering going for a roof of wood shingles, metal, slate, or tile.

No. Unless the roof is past its prime, we usually only have to repair the affected area. The roof will then be good to go for the rest of its lifespan.

An asphalt shingle roof can be installed in as little as a day or two. Other materials—such as metal or tile—will take longer, up to a week or more depending on the size of the job.

The cost of a roof will vary based on the material and the size of the job. Usually, it ranges anywhere from $5,000 to $11,000. In some parts of the country, the high-end figure is as much as $45,000.

You can get a no-obligation estimate by contacting us. We’ll then assess the size of the job, as well as the costs of materials and labor so that we can give you a detailed quote.

The pitch of a roof is its angle: how flat or how high it sits. Generally speaking, low-pitch roofs tend to accumulate water build-up, which can cause them to wear out faster. A higher pitch will have better drainage, meaning fewer down-the-road issues. Note that pitch only affects the durability of certain types of roofs. Some roofing systems—such as torch-down roofs—will always have a low pitch. Asphalt roofs should be built on a higher pitch.

We use a range of preventative measures to shore up the roof and make sure it won’t leak. We will patch holes, secure any water-damaged areas, and fasten waterproof tarpaulins if required. From there, we can work with the client to develop a detailed action plan to provide a more permanent solution.