The night before your roof project, we’ll be sure to get a goodnight’s rest and you should plan to also. Tradesmen, uniformed in Pro Roofing branded attire, typically will arrive at the first sign of daylight. Our early morning start allows our crew to put in a full day’s work, enjoy cooler hours before the day’s high temperatures and offer faster turnaround times. Our efforts are to interrupt your daily activities no more than absolutely necessary and while you may be getting out of bed earlier than usual, we appreciate your understanding.

Tearing off the old roof creates lots of debris. We’ve got the tarps to protect your property and an in-house Removal Division to haul it all away. Scissor-lift dump trucks are used for this job and they will require exclusive driveway access throughout the day. The trucks also deliver critical tools and materials from the warehouse our crews will need prior to starting. Remember those early start times? To prevent an unexpected knock at the door and delays in work, we suggest relocating all vehicles, boats, etc. from the driveway the night prior. Your neighbors may have some extra parking space for the night, if you’ll ask. No one likes an unexpected phone call in the wee hours of the morning and we don’t like having to make those calls either.

Our guys take pride in their work and may be found at the job site until sundown to finish up. In an industry where everything we do is dependent on clear skies and calm weather, Mother Nature can still derail our best efforts to keep the schedule. Roofing season is in full swing during the summer months, but so is it for afternoon rain showers, as well. We love our roofers and don’t want anything to happen to them. Safety first, our policy is to suspend all work during inclement weather. If we’re required to return, your roof will be left in a water-resistant state. Exposed decking will protected with traps. Otherwise, the un-shingled state of the roof’s underlayment layer is adequate to prevent water penetration through mild and moderate conditions; known as a “dried-in” condition throughout the industry.  

Should you have further questions, please do not hesitate to call the office, during business hours, and our staff will be happy to assist you. Thank you for doing your part in preparing your home for the upcoming construction.  Close this Browser Tab window when finshed.

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