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A good roof inspection for a private house should be thorough and include the following steps:

Exterior Inspection: Walk around the house to visually inspect the roof from all angles. Look for missing, damaged, or loose shingles, as well as signs of wear and tear.

Interior Inspection: Check the attic or ceiling for signs of water damage, such as stains or mold growth, which could indicate a leaky roof.

Flashing Inspection: Examine the flashing around chimneys, vents, and skylights for signs of damage or deterioration.

Gutter Inspection: Check gutters and downspouts for debris buildup, which can lead to water damage if not addressed.

Soffit and Fascia Inspection: Inspect soffits and fascia for signs of rot or damage, which can indicate issues with the roof.

Sealant Inspection: Check sealants around vents, pipes, and other roof penetrations for signs of cracking or deterioration.

Overall Assessment: Based on your observations, assess the overall condition of the roof and note any areas that may need repair or maintenance.

It's a good idea to have a professional roofer perform the inspection, as they can provide a more detailed assessment and recommendations for any necessary repairs or maintenance.

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