A roofing installation project is a big job to be done on your home. In order to ensure that the installation goes as smoothly as possible, there are some important steps to take beforehand that will keep the roofers safe and minimize the risk of damage to your home and property.
Here are some of the things you can do to prepare for a roofing installation:
- Move your car and other large items. A roofing installation job may result in falling objects or other potential damage risks. That’s why it’s best to move your car, outdoor furniture, and other large items and valuables out of the way to minimize the risk of them getting damaged.
- Talk to your neighbors. Your neighbors will appreciate a heads-up that you have a roofing installation project scheduled. Giving them enough notice will help prepare them for the noise and other hecticness that surround the project.
- Drop off your children and pets. Your little ones and furry friends may get in the way of the roofing contractors and hinder the roofing installation process. It’s best to take your kids and pets to a friend’s house or anywhere else where they will be safe and out of the way.
- Take care of your landscaping. Trees, bushes, and other landscaping may get in the way when your roofers are trying to access the roof, so it’s a good idea to trim your landscaping before the roofers arrive.
For more ways that you can prepare for a roofing installation, contact us at C&H Roofing, and we’ll tell you the best steps to take before we arrive.