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Dangerous Roofing Service Blunders

The number one reason for hiring a roofing service company, is to get a real professional to do this very important task of fixing your roof – for you. If you could do it yourself as well as a pro could, then you might just do that – at least some would. But since you can’t or won’t, and you are prepared to pay what it costs, then naturally, you should be able to expect professional results as well.

Sometimes though, it doesn’t quite happen the way you want it to. In fact, if you get the wrong person for the job, you could have a potential disaster on your hands, with the work being done poorly – or not at all. I am not talking about the kind of situation where someone tries deliberately to deceive you – but about sloppiness. In terms of the quality of the work and in terms of safety at the workplace.

The first example is of someone doing a poor job of repairing or building your roof. Many things can go wrong with a Roofing Services and things go the most wrong when water is somehow allowed to enter the wooden construction underneath the roofing material. From the outside, the roof may look alright, but inside, somehow water has entered the construction. A common mistake here (more common than you would think anyway) is for any underlayment or moisture barrier to have been installed incorrectly. Sometimes this happens around difficult joins, but on a few occasions the overlap between horizontal sections has simply been reversed – meaning that water will not flow over the overlap – but under it. This can be difficult to discover even when the roof is still under construction, and impossible once the top layer is on.

It also matters whether or not the roofer cares about his own safety. If there is no scaffolding, or it has been incorrectly installed, then accidents can happen. If they do, your roofing project may go on hold for a very long time. Even if replacement roofing services are available, it can still take some time to hand over the contract properly – which has to happen before the work can resume.

In both of these cases, you can do something to prevent disaster. Be active, inspect the work and be firm about basic safety measures. Your roof is on the line.


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