Core Cut Test

Core Cut Test Are Used On Flat Roofs.

Flat Roofs Are Usually On Commercial Buildings

A core cut test is an essential and simple diagnostic tool for your flat roof to evaluate it integrity. A core cut test uses a tool called a core cutter to extract a sample of a structure’s existing flat roof system in order to have an expert evaluate the roof damage or if there is a roof claim.

When should this test be performed? First, you should have a Public Adjuster come out and evaluate the damage to your building or structure. They should specifically look to see the extent of the roof damage and water damage inside your building. 

  1. If you just experienced hurricane damage to your home.
  2. If you have water damage in your building or structure
  3. If you see mold growth on walls, ceilings, or anyplace inside a home or business.

    If the roof system beneath the flat roof membrane is water-logged it may result in inside damage or an internal roof leak. An internal roof leak can and will happen when water leaks from the roof even though it is not raining and there is no storm. Now you have to determine if a weather event or covered insurance claim cause of loss that may have caused this damage and if you have the insurance policy coverage to file an insurance claim. 

    Call an Experienced Public Adjuster today!