Residential roofing. What to expect during the process.

 

 

Roofing your home may seem like a large undertaking. We would like to provide you with information and put you at ease with the process.

 

ReRoof.ca Roofing understands and respects our customer's concerns, and their need for privacy. We strive to not only install the highest quality roof with utmost craftsmanship, but to get it done in the shortest period of time possible. Thus minimize stress for the homeowner.

 

To every job, we bring the man power and modern equipment needed to get the job done right, and get it done quickly.

 

In preparation for the roofing process, following are some items to consider

 

Traffic:

If your old roof is being torn off, we will be placing a full size dumpster, or dumpster trailer as close to your home as possible to minimize debris falling in your yard. We will also have several trucks near your home; we will do our best to keep your access open to your driveway. This may mean that we will have to park one or more trucks in front of your neighbor's home. If you are concerned that your neighbors will feel inconvenienced, you may want to notify them of the work being done so they are prepared.

 

Noise:

During the roofing process, as with any construction project, there will be noise inside the house and out that you are not accustomed to. We will be using electric and pneumatic powered tools, along with some hand tools.

 

Vibration:

While work is in progress, we will be loading and moving material, and other operations that will cause vibrations to the interior walls and ceiling of your home. We are very careful and respectful of your property, but total elimination of vibrations is impossible. If you feel that this vibration would cause any disturbance of pictures, or light fixtures such as ceiling fans or chandeliers, you should remove those items from the walls / ceiling to prevent damage. Our site Supervisor will be happy to assist you if needed.

 

Debris:

There will be debris from any construction project; most debris comes from a tear off. We try very hard to make sure that all debris is removed from the area the day we tear off, and again when we are finished with the project. We ask that you take precautions while we are there and stay clear of the debris until we have had a chance to remove it. Once we have left, we recommend you inspect your yard for any small nails or wood prior to mowing.

 

Landscaping:

As mentioned before, when we tear off an old roof, debris will fall to the ground, this could include flower beds, shrubs, bushes, if close to your house. We will make every attempt to protect the landscaping you have worked so hard on. We ask that you assist us in this process, by informing us of any particularly delicate items, and suggest or put in place the adequate protection. We are there to enhance the beauty of your home.

 

We thank you for taking the time to let us inform you of the roofing process. We pride ourselves in making this process pleasant, rewarding, and educational for our customers from the very first phone call to the time the job is completed.