Roof replacements are big projects that can feel overwhelming. While working with a reputable roofer can help lessen your stress, it’s still a multi-day project that can leave you feeling on edge. If you’ve never gone through the process before, here is what you can expect from a roof replacement project by Polaris Roofing in Arizona.
Before We Start
The cost of a roofing project will depend on the materials used, the time it takes to complete, and the size of the project. Before we start the project, we’ll offer you a quote that breaks down the expenses. Once we’ve agreed on the price of the replacement, we can schedule the start date.
While we do our best to keep within the agreed budget, several aspects can affect the costs, which only become apparent after we start. These can include the need for necessary repairs or a redesign of a prior mistake. However, we’ll always consult with you before starting any new work, and we’ll offer competitive prices for this additional work.
The timeline of the project depends mostly on the size of your home. Typically, we expect projects to take anywhere from one day to a week. Some factors can affect these deadlines, including inclement weather or the discovery of problems that need addressing before we can continue.
During the Project
Our team of expert roofers will handle all of the roofing project’s logistical aspects, including the storage of materials and the disposal of old roofing tiles. All you need to do is sit back and relax.
If you have anything in your attic, it may be a good idea to secure these items. We’ll bring along tarps and other protective gear to ensure your items are protected. We recommend moving any cars and gardening equipment out of the way so that our workers have easy access to your roof.
Our first step during the project is to remove the old roofing materials and install a protective membrane over the roof. This membrane helps insulate your roof and protect your home in the event of rain. We’ll also have protective equipment on hand to use if necessary.
The longest part of a roof replacement is installing the new roof material. Correct installation ensures the roof’s structural integrity, and we want to do it right the first time.
After the Replacement
After the roof installation, we’ll do our best to get rid of any debris and grime produced during the project. While we try to minimize the impact of our work on our clients, unfortunately, it is a loud and dirty job. We’ll do our best to make as little impact on your life as possible; we recommend finding another place to stay during the project. While you may find the noise bearable for a day, longer projects can quickly become intolerable.
Roofing projects can be tough, which is why you need a contractor you can trust. Give Polaris Roofing a call to find out why we’re the most trusted roofers in Arizona.