New Roof Installation

Having a new roof installed is an important home improvement project for those that need one. Not only will replacing your entire roof solve important issues like leaks, cracks, and low energy-efficiency—it will also prolong the life of your home construction while increasing the value of your home. 

This is especially true if you’re upgrading to a higher quality construction than what your existing roof is made of. Today’s roofing products are more advanced than ever before and engineered for better durability and protection against the elements.

If you’re considering roof replacementtaking a few moments to familiarize yourself with the project and what it entails can mean the difference between a chaotic renovation and a smooth, successful one. To learn how to prepare for a new roof installation,take a look at this guide from our experts from Trek Contracting—and get started planning your next renovation now.

  1. Cover Items In Your Attic

    One of the most important things you need to do to prevent any damage to your belongings is to cover any items in your attic. This will help to keep them safe from any falling debris or dust knocked loose from the roof replacement.

  2. Move Vehicles Away From Home

    Your car is one of your most valuable investments and falling debris from a roof installation can cause serious damage to cars under roofing eaves. Ensure that you move any vehicles away from the construction zone to keep them safe.

  3. Plan Ahead For Pets & Kids Sensitive To Loud Noises

    As soon as your roofing company shows up, you will quickly realize how loud the process can be. Make arrangements for kids and pets that are sensitive to loud noises to keep them safe and sound.

  4. Remove Any Satellite Dishes Or Other Roof Antennas

    To ensure that you have your roof ready for a quick and easy install, remove any satellite dishes, antennas, or any other contraptions that are mounted on your roof.

  5. Inform Your Neighbors So They Can Plan Ahead

    As a courtesy gesture, it is always a good idea to let your neighbors know of any future construction. This will allow them to plan ahead for any additional noise or move any cars that may be in the construction zone.

  6. Be Aware Of Construction Equipment/Fallout

    A roof installation requires many different tools and the process can create a lot of waste that falls from your roof. Make sure that your family knows about the dangers of these items and use extra caution when outside of your home during the replacement.

  7. Tidy Up Trees And Landscape For Easier Cleanup

    To make things easier for your roof inspector or roofing contractor, trim back any trees or shrubs for easier access to your roof. It is also a good idea to mow your yard beforehand to make locating any waste that may have been dropped much easier.

Premium Roofing Contractor In Denver, CO

When it comes to finding a trustworthy roofing companymake sure that the contractors you choose are equipped with the best products and materials, and count with the highest level of training and experience.With over 55 years of combined experience, your home investment is in good hands with our expert roof installers at Trek Contracting

For more information about our services, give us a call to speak with our team about your next roofing project. Or, to get a free, no-obligation, in-home quote and consultation, fill out our online form.