Roof Inspection In Baton Rouge, Prairieville, Denham Springs, And Beyond
The natural processes of weathering and aging can affect your roof’s ability to keep you dry and insulated. Building materials don’t last forever, and they have life cycles of which homeowners need to be aware. Additionally, problems during manufacturing or errors during installation can affect a roof’s performance.
While these issues are very different in origin, they can look similar on the surface. Be confident in your roof’s condition by enlisting an inspector with thorough knowledge and techniques.
Livingston Roofing’s experienced roofers can inspect, repair, and replace the following elements:
Based on your roof inspection, you may just need some quick roof repairs, or you might need an entire roof replacement. See if we can help you in Prairieville, Denham Springs, Ascension Parish, or anywhere else in Southern Louisiana. To learn more, contact us or call us at 225-644-5718 for an estimate.
Haag Certified Inspector (HCI): Clarence “Chuck” Chenevert
Livingston Roofing contractor Clarence “Chuck” Chenevert is a Haag Certified Inspector (HCI) – Residential Roofs.
In addition to his Haag Certification, Chuck’s experience as a qualified roofing contractor spans more than 37 years. Over this time, he has fine-tuned his inspection skills to ensure homeowners’ roofs are protecting their families. Clarence “Chuck” Chenevert’s HCI# is 201805305, and you can see his Haag Certified Inspector profile here.
Why Does Certification Matter?
HCIs go through extensive training and continuing education to ensure your roof is thoroughly and professionally inspected. To earn an HCI designation, students must first meet a variety of prerequisites and work experience. Then, they receive three days of direct and intensive training from seasoned Haag engineers. Throughout the process, individuals must prove an in-depth understanding of advanced damage assessment techniques and pass a comprehensive final exam. Haag’s long history as a leader in forensic engineering guides course developers and teachers. Additionally, instructors have years of field experience, author industry-leading reports, and research damage assessment studies. Once they become certified, HCIs take tests every year to re-qualify and maintain their certification.