Roof, Siding, Window or Gutter Installation

  1. Material delivery comes 1-2 days in advance.
  2. Clear out the driveway of cars or anything else you will need to move during the installation period.
  3. Short or No driveway, typically will input the material on the lawn.
  4. Equipter, remove all items from around your home where the Equipter will be used. 
  5. Dumpster in driveway or right in front of in street (you may need to get a permit).  
  6. Dumpster company may need for you to clear your neighbor cars from across street and next to you. 

Roof Replacement Preparation Tips

  1. You should prepare both the outside and the inside of your home.
  2. If you have any damaged plywood you are having replaced, it is a good idea to cover all of your furniture, bedding and clothing to prevent any falling debris from damaging your household items. The roofers will be scattering and nailing materials all over your roof.
  3. If you have an attic, cover everything using an attic tarp. If possible, you should remove any items so you will not have to be concerned about any possible damage. Being prepared is always a good idea.
  4. Once you have prepared the inside of your home, you should move cars and other objects from driveway, patio, etc
  5. This includes your patio furniture, grills and potted plants. Prior to any shingles being removed, you should remove any solar panels, antennas and satellite dishes.
  6. Parking your car and any boats further down your street will provide the contractors with enough room to move everything back and forth from your home.

 

Your Pets and Children

During construction, there is a chance debris may fall from your roof. This is a safety risk for your children and pets. You can keep everyone safe by explaining to your kids why they are unable to go outside. You can also set up areas where they can play safely. Your best option for pets is to put them in the quietest room in your home so they will not become stressed by the noise above.