A roof replacement can generate a significant amount of refuse and debris. It’s best to let your roofing contractor handle the used roofing materials. Professional roofers know how to take care of necessary cleanup arrangements and ensure the safety of the site following the installation.
Here’s why you should hire a contractor who handles cleanup after the job.
Finding the Right Roofer
With all the roofing companies out there, it can be a challenge to find the right one for your project. Fortunately, you can easily get information about the roofers in your area through the internet. You simply need to open a web browser and search, “roofer near me.”
It’s always better to hire a local contractor because they are knowledgeable of the rules and regulations involving roofing projects in your area, which also includes the proper procedures for cleanup. Moreover, get at least three quotes from three different contractors, read reviews and do extensive research before hiring.
Benefits of Hiring Roofers Who Handle Cleanups
Roofing projects can leave heavy old roofing materials and scrap leftovers from the new roofing products. Your roofer may use a large truck or a contracted roll-off canister to remove the debris. Refuse materials should be handled with care to prevent damage on your driveway. Your roofer should prevent deep scratches from the placement of canisters as well as oil leaks from trucks.
Also, your contractor may have used different toxic materials during the project, so they must handle the cleanup process. Your local municipality will have rules for different kinds of trash your roofer will have. A good roofer knows these rules and will dispose of the debris while adhering to municipal regulations.
At Barth Roofing Company, Inc., you can count on us to handle every step of your roof replacement project. We are a leading roofing company in the area. Call us at (209) 833-9917 or fill out our contact form to get a free estimate.