WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN GETTING A NEW ROOF

WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN GETTING A NEW ROOF

FIRST LAYER OF PROTECTION: There are many things to consider when choosing the underlayment that will protect your roof. Underlayment products help block water from the roof deck and out of the home to help prevent rot, mold, and water damage. Depending on the pitch of the roof and snow accumulation, sometimes, an Ice and Water barrier underlayment is also recommended in the valleys of your roof. Ice and Water Shield helps prevent water that may want to travel uphill due to ice damming.

FIRST LAYER OF PROTECTION: Shingles not only serve as the first layer of defense against the forces of nature, they also help define the character of the home. Shingles act as a star player in curb appeal for your customers, #BoiseExteriors offers a wide range of shapes, sizes, and color choices. We have worked with several different Underlayment and Shingle companies and we have chosen Owens Corning as our Preferred product for roofing materials. Owens Corning has been manufacturing Fiberglass for many years and sells the fiberglass to all the other major shingle manufactures. So why not go with the original Fiberglass Company and house hold name. Owens Corning.

CONTRACTOR INSURANCE

When having any kind of work/inspection done to your home. Be aware that the company you hire may not have the proper insurance for the work that they may be performing. From Inspections to the actual installation. Be sure to ask for their company liability insurance as well as their personal workman's comp policy number. You can then have your homeowner's insurance provider review their policy to ensure that the contractor has the proper insurance for the job, and that it is current. In many cases, the company may not have the proper coverage for the work being done. In this case, if the worker gets injured in any way. The homeowner may be held liable for the personal injury to the contractor or sub-contractor, and can result in them filing a claim against your homeowner's insurance. By asking the contractor for their insurance binder prior to any work being performed, will ensure that you have done your part as a homeowner.