Roof replacement is a huge project, probably the largest that you will need to organize in and around your building. The process is not only lengthy – it also causes major disruption in the daily life of your household, so if you want to keep the discomfort associated with the project to the minimum, you need to get your home ready for it all. Here are some tips how:
- Move pets and kids – roof replacement usually generates lots of noise, people are coming and going, high-capacity tools are spinning, debris is falling. All this might cause dangerous situations and pose the risk of injuries for kids and pets that are best avoided by moving children, dogs and cats to a friend or to relatives for the duration of the Parker roofing project;
- Move your vehicles – falling debris can damage your vehicles, too, so make sure to move them to a safe place before the project starts;
- Remove the decorations from the walls inside the house – the vibrations caused by the tools used during the replacement might cause decorations to fall and get damaged, so they are better removed;
- Protect your belongings in the attic – the objects that you store in the attic might also get damaged during the roof replacement, so you should cover them;
- Move barbeques and patio furniture, too – these items might also be in the way during the work and they might get damaged, too.