Although there is not a standard answer to this question, it’s one every homeowner naturally wants to know. Therefore we can publish some general guidelines to give you the best answer possible before you call us. We will say up front that you will have an exact answer to that question when you get a proposal from us.
We make this as easy as possible for you by requiring very little on your part.
We do recommend that you remove or secure any fragile or irreplaceable items on the walls or ceilings inside your home. During the installation of your roof, there will be some vibration on your walls and ceilings and we will not be responsible for any damage to unsecured items that are disturbed or fall.
Your roofing installation will begin between 7:00 and 7:30 in the morning on the scheduled day and we ask that you move your vehicles out of the garage and onto the street the night before. This way we will not intrude on your morning routine.
Seamless gutters are one piece runs that can be made up to 100 ft in length and only have joints at the corners. Regular gutters are often made in 10 ft pieces that have to be stacked together to make a long run of gutter. Seamless gutters offer better protection and are much less prone to leaks that cause damage to the foundation of the home.
Seamless gutters offer a longer life and need less maintenance than sectional gutters. Sectional gutters have a lot more joints that rely on gutter sealant to keep the gutters leak free. Seamless gutters only have joints at the corners and have less possible leak points. The look of a seamless gutters also offers better curb appeal with higher return on investment.
Upon arriving to your home, we cover all driveway pavers to ensure the area is kept clean. We never leave you with a dumpster. Instead, we use a dump trailer or a dump truck which we remove at the end of each day. Once all of the new shingles are installed, we start the clean up process which includes running magnets around the entire property to catch loose nails. We will always be consciencous of your home and its surroundings.