Buildings Insurance and Flat Roof Reports – What You Need to KnowSteven Dickinson
In this article we discuss what happens when you have a building insurance flat report undertaken and the vital signs we look for.
Our technicians come equipped with thermal imaging, ultrasound, and moisture/ density mapping tools as standard to all roofing surveys to facilitate a pragmatic and well-rounded investigation.
These can include things like discontinuity together with inadequacies in the installation of insulation (for both warm and cold roof construction), faults and problems on exterior membranes, felts and tiles, indicators of water leaks or damp ingress, to the roofs overall energy efficiency performance. We are able to produce reports for both flat and pitched roofs.
The report will include the following:
- Roof covering
- Pipe work
- Chimney stacks
- Chimney pots
- Parapet walls