Residential Roofing in Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, and Marin County: 4 Tips for Having a New Roof Put On

23rd DecemberWhen you hire a roofing contractor to come to your home, there are a few things to remember that will make your roof installation go smoothly. Choosing shingles isn’t your only task. You can have a more satisfactory experience for you if you think of a few things ahead of time.

4 Things to Remember When You Need Residential Roofing in Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, and Marin County 

  1. Warn Your Neighbors

There’s no way around it. Putting on a new roof involves noise and dust. ARS Roofing contractors are as quiet and tidy as possible, but your neighbors will still know we’re there. If you give the neighbors a warning to keep their windows closed, they’ll appreciate it.

  1. Keep Your Pets Safe

On all of our jobs in residential roofing in Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, and Marin County we’re careful of pets. But pets who run into the yard without warning are at risk. Outdoor cats may even wander away for a few days because of the noise. Keep pets indoors or even at pet day care while you’re getting a new roof. This is part of warning your neighbors, too. Give neighbors the opportunity to be able to keep their pets indoors if they want.

  1. Plan Ahead

Don’t try to fit “new roof” into your schedule right before you host a wedding or other major event. If your project gets delayed because of heavy rain, you don’t want to be stressed by a tight schedule. Be assured that ARS Roofing installation experts will get the job done as quickly as they can with the best results.

  1. Communicate

After you’ve moved your valuables, make sure you tell our workers about anything that you weren’t able to move. If you have requests for where you’d like them to put their materials, it doesn’t hurt to ask. They will accommodate your requests if at all possible.

If you need residential roofing in Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, or Marin County, ARS Roofing is dedicated to giving you the best product and the best service. CONTACT US or call (415) 459-7200 or (707) 584-5900 today.

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