Protecting You, Our Team and the Community
Spring is a busy time in the construction industry and that includes roofing. The COVID-19 pandemic put a halt to most activity with the shelter-in-place announcement. In California, that order came on March 19, 2020. Only essential businesses could keep working.
The California wildfires of the last few years shook homeowners all over the state. Whether you live on a wooded hillside, in a valley or in a flat open area, protecting against a wildfire is no longer an idle thought. We’ve seen the blazes burning, if only on our flat panel screens, and the homes being rebuilt are sporting safer roofs.
You might be wondering how your life will be disrupted when your roof needs replacement and the roofing crew arrives. You won’t need to move into a hotel or ship the kids off to the extended family. For the average single-family home, a roof replacement job can be done within a week, some often in just a few days. There will be some disruption of your normal routine, but nothing worth leaving home for. The exception might be if you work out of a home office.