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Here at JP Franklin, we are certified roofing professionals and adhere to the government-mandated guidelines to make sure safety is guaranteed not only for roofers but our customers as well.
How to Prepare Your Home for a Roof Installation Project
These proactive measures will help you get ready you, your family, and your home to a smoother and stress-free roof installation experience.
1. Clear the Work Area
Remove any obstacles that may hinder the roofing crew's access. Have a designated space for storage of materials and equipment. Protect Outdoor Valuable Items
2. Protect Outdoor Valuable Items
Temporarily relocate your plants, cars and furniture to protect them from any potential damage while the roof installation process is underway.
3. Communicate with Neighbours
As a respect, inform your neighbours about the upcoming roof installation project. Discuss any potential noises, debris, disruptions or inconveniences it may cause. Make sure to be ready if they addres any concerns
4. Keep Away Pets and Children from the Work Area
To eliminate any accidents, make sure to keep away children and pets from the working space.
5. Trim Overhanging Branches
Trim any branches that may interrupt with the roofing process. In this way, the labour will be continuous and free from any destruction.
6. Cover Sensitive Areas
It can be an attic or a bedroom, cover sensitive areas inside your home or building to prevent dust and debris from entering living spaces during the installation.
7. Parking Arrangements
Coordinate parking arrangements with the roofing contractor. Ensure they have a convenient and accessible space for their vehicles and equipment.
8. Identify Power Sources
Identify accessible power sources for any equipment that may require electricity during the installation.
9. Discuss Cleanup and Waste Disposal Procedures
Clarify cleanup procedures with the roofing contractor. Understand how and when the work area will be cleaned to minimise disruption to your daily activities.