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Commercial Project Process

Where do you begin and how does it work? If you’re managing a large property or commercial building, you know a lot  about how things work but roofing is so specialized that you may need more information and trusted advice. That’s when you contact Adam Quenneville Roofing & Siding. We will guide you through every step from the assessment to the installation, so you are well-informed to make educated decisions. 

1) Contact Adam Quenneville Roofing & Siding to start the conversation about your commercial roofing.

2) A professional assessment will determine the condition of your roof, what is needed, and the urgency of the work.

3) Installation starts with our quote to estimate the cost and scope of the project with your input in mind. 

4) Scheduling your roofing project is next and that’s based on weather conditions, urgency, and location.

5) Your preparations may include the notification of residents or building occupants about pending construction and  preparing the construction site so it is clear of vehicles and moveable objects. 

6) Our preparations include the organization of our crew, selection of a start date, material orders, and construction details that do not interfere with your daily operation.

Roofing Preparations

Our crews start early, and your property will be transformed into an organized construction site until the job is complete.  Safety is our number one priority, and we go to extremes to secure the safety of your site and the people who live or work  there. We will also cover shrubbery and plants to protect them from falling shingles and debris. You may want to notify  residents or occupants of your buildings to follow these suggestions for their own safety and convenience. 

1) Move all vehicles out of garages and out of driveways the day before construction begins and throughout the  process. Suggest that they park on the street if possible, or in a designated area so they don’t get blocked in. 2) Remove all hanging or potted plants, bird feeders, chimes, decorations, outdoor furniture, picnic tables, fountains,  and statuary that is within 30 feet of the building, so it does not get damaged.  

3) Keep pets and children indoors during construction. Keep everyone away from our vehicles, tools, ladders, and equipment during construction, and when our crew leaves at night. 

4) Remove fragile decorations, pictures and valuables from interior walls and shelves because the roofing process can  produce vibrations that may cause items to fall. 

5) If possible, bring pets to another location because the banging and vibrations may make them nervous. 

6) Mow the lawn before we arrive because it makes nails and debris easier to find and collect. After construction, we  will do a sweep of the yard to pick up loose nails or debris. It is your responsibility to double check the area for nails or debris that we may miss. We recommend wearing shoes when walking on the property.

7) Cover items in attics or crawl spaces in case dust or debris falls between the cracks.