How should you deal with damage to your property made by the roofing contractor? It is the roofer's sole responsibility to correct, fix or replace any of your property that his actions are responsible for causing.
Damage to your property can be disconcerting to say the least but accidents do happen. A professional roofer is expected to take all the
necessary measures that prevent damage from occurring during regular working procedures and show respect for your property. If damage occurs, his licensing requirements compel him to correct the problem and repair or replace the damaged items to meet with your satisfaction.
Proper supervision during the working schedule is one of the best ways to prevent unnecessary damage from taking place. Requesting
that a man remain on the ground to continually clean and correct damaging occurrences is also a good idea. Before your roofer begins the work, ask him about these measures and how he intends to protect your property. Plywood leaned over your windows, propped in front of doorways, used to cover steps, lighting and planters goes a long way towards preventing costly damage.
You hold the key to assuring that the proper care be given to your property and that all damages be corrected before the final or any subsequent payments are made. If you or the roofing license holder is unable to provide continual oversight during the project, the hiring of an outside source with your better interest in mind would be a good way to achieve this.
The preservation of your property during the time that a new roof is to be installed rests with your expressed expectations and understanding of the procedural processes the roofer will exercise. It is important for you to be comfortable and reliant with the roofing contractor you hire. Allow us to assist with the supervision of this project so that your benefit is guaranteed.