3 Ways to Prepare Yourself for a Roof Installation

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If you need to replace the roof on your Denver home, you might not be aware of what the project entails — particularly if you have hired a top roofing company to complete the work. Here are three ways to prepare yourself, and your family, for a roof replacement.

1. You’ll Want to Limit Time Outdoors

When repairing and replacing a roof, there is a substantial amount of work involved. If the current roof needs to be torn off, you may find roofing materials, nails, and other items scattered on your lawn. You want to limit the number of individuals entering and leaving your home as much as possible, to prevent these materials from falling off the roof and injuring family members and friends. You also want to keep young kids inside until all the roofing materials are picked up. You never know what could be left behind and could seriously hurt an individual.

2. It Can Be Loud

If you are planning to remain at home during the roof replacement, you need to prepare yourself for the amount of noise that comes with the project. You will hear stomping and hammering throughout the day. In certain areas of your home, this can be extremely loud, and if you have young children who take naps or need the quiet, you may want to consider visiting family for a few days until the project is complete.

3. Make it Easy for the Roofing Contractors

The roofers need to have access to your home. If you have large pets in the backyard, you may need to make other arrangements until the project is finished and all the supplies are picked up. You may also need to leave fences unlocked and make it easy for contractors to get where they need to be with few hassles.

At Horn Brothers Roofing, we aim to make the entire roof replacement process as simple and stress-free as possible. Contact us for more information on our services and to request a free estimate.

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