Homeowners, contractors and property managers are faced with the “repair or replace” decision on all types of roofing. The surface of a clay or concrete tile roof does not provide the same insight to remaining longevity that viewing rotting shakes or decaying asphalt shingles can.
- Is this a “minor” leak, something that can be resolved in a service call?
- Has deferred maintenance caused a blockage or overflow of a flashing that is otherwise in good condition?
- Or is it sign of a more comprehensive failure that must be addressed?
Every roof is different, so we will look at a variety of common items and show the value of forensic inspections that view the flashing and underlayment system of a tile roof, before prescribing a solution. We will have time for Q & A at the end of the presentation. If you have a specific question about how to evaluate a tile roof, please include it when you register.
About John Jensen
John is the President of Jensen Roofing Inc. based in Seattle, WA. Founded in 1988, Jensen Roofing provides tile roof inspection, maintenance and repair. Jensen Roofing Inc. serves over 450 residential and commercial building owners in the Pacific Northwest. He is also the National Training Manager for the Tile Roofing Industry (TRI) Alliance. TRI provides training to roofing installers, inspectors, consultants and other industry professionals. John coordinates the Installer and Certification training program and provides technical support to past class attendees. With over 30 years of experience in the field John is considered an expert in the industry.
Questions? Contact Lisa Jensen at email@example.com or 425.269.3201