Roofing projects involve a lot of moving parts, as well as several unknowns. For example, once the roofing contractor tears off your shingles, underlying damage might be uncovered that will need to be repaired before the project can continue, which could lead to a delay. In today’s post, Seacoast Roofing & Construction shares tips to help you keep your roofing project on schedule.
Ask About Roofing Material Delivery Timeframes
Materials delays can cause big problems for a roof replacement project, so you need to stay on top of this issue. Talk to your contractor and make sure that they have a plan in place to deliver roofing materials ahead of time. Everything needs to be on the worksite once the workers arrive.
Get to Know the Foreman
Roofing crews work better when there’s a designated foreman supervising the roof repair or replacement project. The foreman will oversee the materials delivery, plan out the work schedule ahead of time and ensure that the project has enough manpower. Ask your contractor about the person who will be overseeing your project.
Ask Your Contractor About Project Timelines
Good roofing companies are able to competently juggle multiple projects at the same time thanks to special scheduling software. Ask your contractor well in advance about your job schedule and project timeline. Don’t be afraid to ask detailed questions. It’s also a good idea to ask about the possible challenges your project may face and how your contractor will deal with those obstacles.
If you’re searching for a skilled contractor to help with roof repair and leaks then you’ve come to the right place. Seacoast Roofing & Construction can help you with all your roofing needs. We have many years of experience repairing and maintaining tile, metal and asphalt shingle roofing systems. Call us at (214) 432-4380 to learn more about our services and products or to get a free quote on your project. You can also contact us here.