When you are building a new home, you will need a new roof installation as well. But even some existing Bridgeport, Buckhannon, Clarksburg, Morgantown, Uniontown, Washington, and surrounding area homes that have had issues with their roof leaking or other problems would benefit from a brand new roof installation to correct issues and seal things up properly. No matter your situation, Ultimate Roofing is ready to help make your new roof installation a reality and to make sure it is done right. They have done more than 1,200 roofs, installing asphalt as well as metal roofs, and are prepared for yours as well.

New Roof Installation in Bridgeport, Buckhannon, Clarksburg, Morgantown, Uniontown, and WashingtonThings To Remember For New Roof Installation

When you are talking with Ultimate Roofing for your new roof installation, you will need to decide upon the kind of material you want for your roof. Asphalt is common, but metal roofing has advantages though it is more expensive. You will also need to decide if you can simply put the new roof installation over the existing roof you have, or if you should strip off the old roof before you put on the new roof. If you are taking off the old roof, you should be sure that time is taken to examine and replace any plywood sheets that are damaged or otherwise compromised. These will end up having your new roof fail prematurely if not corrected.

When you have a new roof installation going, it will be noisy. If you have any pets that might be agitated by the noise if you can have them stay elsewhere during the installation it would be good for them and others. Also, it’s a really good idea to connect with your neighbors and let them know that you are having a new roof installation and that there will be several workers there for a couple of days with trailers, materials, etc. They will appreciate the heads-up and can plan accordingly during the project.

Be sure that you are getting the right building permits that your area may require. Your contractor might do this, but don’t count on it; be proactive and secure the permit for your project. Also be sure that your contractor has insurance for doing this work, as you don’t want to have to deal with any issues if something goes wrong and your contractor doesn’t have the proper insurance. The team at Ultimate Roofing is fully prepared for your new roof installation, so give them a call to get on the schedule.