How to prepare and what to expect
While work on your new roofing system is in progress
Thank you for choosing Impact Roofing of Oklahoma as your contractor. We will make every effort possible to make this a smooth process for you. As a Homeowner, we will need some help in making this process go well.
Before work begins…..
1. Remove all items from around the home where roofing debris or bundles of shingles might fall. This includes auto, patio furniture, statues, potted plants, etc.
2. Remove all loose/breakable items from walls and shelves: pictures, plates, figurines, keepsakes, etc. Constant hammering, walking, moving, and stacking of material may create vibration and dislodging from the walls and shelves.
3. A SPECIAL CONCERN FOR HOMES BEING RE-DECKED!!! The attic will be exposed while the deck is being replaced, therefore debris will accumulate in this area. Please remove or cover with plastic any valuables which you are concerned about. This will help to minimize your clean up of the dust and debris. We are not responsible for the cleanup of the attic, so please take these precautions.
4. We will need access to your driveway when the materials are delivered and work is in progress. Please keep the driveway clear of all cars, boats etc while your project is in progress.
5. Be prepared for the noise of your roofing project. There will be constant hammering during all phases.
6. Children and pets should be kept away from the work area.
7. Occasionally, we must use power tools to cut decking or shingles. After we have done so, please check circuit breakers to determine that none are tripped.
When your roof is complete…
8. Check heating unit, hot water heater, and stove vents in the attic to make sure none have dislodged.
9. A magnetic nail roller will be used to pick up nails that have fallen from the roof. We will make an honest effort to pick up all the nails: however, a few nails may remain hidden in the grass or shrubbery. Impact Roofing of Oklahoma is not responsible for flat tires.
10. MAKE ALL CHECKS PAYABLE TO IMPACT ROOFING OF OKLAHOMA