Are you unsure if you need a new roof?
It takes a team to put a roof on your house and we will be happy to be your team. If you suspect your roof may need work, the first thing to do is to contact Adam Quenneville Roofing & Siding. We will take you step by step through our roofing process until you have a new roof on your home. Here’s how our process works.
1) The first step is to make an appointment to ask one of our trained roofing specialists to look at your roof. Our rep will report on the overall condition of your roof to see if you need repairs, or replacement or if you could benefit from a treatment such as Roof Maxx® or Roof Shampoo®. Here’s what our rep will look at:
SHINGLES: Are they old, missing, damaged, balding, curling, cracked, stained, mossy or popping nails?
FLASHINGS: Are the flashings around your chimney and fixtures missing, bent, damaged, loose, or leaking?
VENTILATION: Is your attic ventilation adequate, damaged, clogged, covered, or missing parts?
GUTTERS: Are your gutters old, clogged, broken, cracked, leaking, bent, or uncovered?
FASCIA BOARD, SIDING, METAL STACKS, DRIP EDGES, DECKING, or anything you expect may be an issue.
2) Getting a FREE ESTIMATE is next. After we analyze your roof, we will be able to give you options ranging from minor repairs to total roof replacement. We can also tell you about our 100% financing options, manufacturer warranties, and our 10 Year Workmanship Guarantee, which covers our installation.
3) PROPOSAL: Once you make the decision to move forward, we will develop a custom roofing plan so you can choose materials, colors, style, and options available in your budget.
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Our crew starts early, and your driveway and yard will be transformed into a small construction site until the job is complete. We will cover your shrubs and foundation plants to protect them from falling shingles and debris. Please prepare the day before by following these suggestions:
1) Move all vehicles out of the garage and off the driveway before we arrive. Park on the street if it’s possible, or at a neighbor’s house so you 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 your foundation, so it does not get damaged.
3) Keep pets and children indoors during construction. Keep everyone away from our vehicles, tools, and equipment during construction, and when our crew leaves at night.
4) Remove fragile decorations, pictures and valuables from your interior walls and shelves because the roofing process can produce vibrations that may cause items to fall.
5) Notify next door neighbors that your home is being roofed because it can get a little noisy. If possible, bring pets to another location because the banging and vibrations may make them nervous.
6) After construction, we use sweepers and magnets to pick up debris in your grass and around your shrubs. It is your responsibility to make sure we didn’t miss any nails or debris. Wear shoes when walking around your yard.