Roofing projects are a major investment of your time, money, and energy, so you need to be prepared. To get the most out of your investment, you need to manage the project properly. Warranty Roofing and Construction can help you with all of your roof inspection, roof repair, and roof replacement needs. In today’s post, we share some tips on roof project management.
Discuss Cleanup and Disposal Ahead of Time
Before the work begins on your project, you should have a discussion with your roofing contractor about your expectations regarding clean workspaces. Ask them how they plan to protect your property from damage, how they’ll go about cleaning up the worksite after the project, and how they’ll dispose of the old roofing materials. You need to have a clear understanding of where the dumpsters will be placed and how debris will be handled during your roofing project.
Understand the Scope of Your Project
Talk to your contractor so that you fully understand all the steps and requirements of your roofing project. Ask them to break down the project costs and to provide you with a detailed timeline. For example, if you need a certain roof coating, then you need to ask them about the estimated delivery dates of this product. Your roofing contractor should be able to answer all your questions and address all your concerns.
Perform a Post-Project Walkthrough
It’s important for you to review the original project scope with your contractor and perform a walk-through at the conclusion of your project. Inspect the work of the contractor and check if the results are to your satisfaction. Take the opportunity to ask your contractor questions about the project. A good contractor will do everything they can to make sure that you are completely satisfied at the end of your roofing project.
If you need help planning a successful roof replacement then give Warranty Roofing and Construction a call. We’ve been in the roofing industry for many years and we’ve completed countless successful projects. We can use our practical knowledge to solve most any problem we encounter.