4 Questions to Ask Your Roofer

  1. How will the roofing project start?

Alliance Roofing Inc starts with a team meeting and prep to plan out the details, budget, specifications, and insurance requirements for the roofing job. In order to deliver high quality workmanship and value, we meet with our clients to understand their needs, explain to them our process and examine their roof. It is a good idea that you should get a written proposal and examine it for complete descriptions of the work and specifications and payment procedures. Alliance Roofing Inc will provide the details for the project, keeping you “in the know”. We value transparency and good communication between our team and our customers.

  1. How much will a new roof cost?

Every roofing project cost differs based on the clients needs. There are several factors that Alliance Roofing uses to determine the cost of a roofing project:

  • The type of roofing material that is to be removed
  • The type of roofing material to be installed
  • Size of the roof
  • Complexity of the roof
  • Location of the roofing project (code requirements and permitting)
  1. What will you do in case of inclement weather?

As we all know, the weather in Colorado is unpredictable. Our roofers are prepared to take the necessary precautions if inclement weather arises. On days when there is rain, snow, or hail predicted, Alliance Roofing Inc will either postpone the roofing process or work in a manner of preparedness to protect the roof if inclement weather begins (for example: working in small section to reduce the amount of roof exposed to weather or having sufficient tarping available if necessary). Our team will ensure the roof is secure when the weather is not cooperating.

  1. Will you will be cleaning up after?

This is the final part of the roofing process and an important step. When Alliance Roofing Inc finishes any roofing job, our team does it’s best to ensure that we clean up after the job, inspect our work and make sure we didn’t miss anything. We do our very best to clean up all roofing nails and debris upon completion. It is important to note that however well we do look to clean up all nails and debris, there may still be some that have escaped our clean-up process and that is a normal part of any construction project.


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