Great Roofers Pay attention to details
On all of our jobs there is always additional work required that is usually out of our scope of work. Many times it is overhanging limbs or trees that rub up against the roof and cause future issues. In cases such as these we will ask your permission while onsite and if granted will cut these limbs for you at no additional cost. Most often when water damaged wood is found it is accompanied by mold. Once we remove the water damaged and molded wood we also take the initiative to treat any additional mold with algae inhibitors to kill all remaining mold spores. All wet insulation is removed along with all the saturated wood crumbs that may be present in the ceiling spaces.
Our Roofing Standard Operating Procedures
When we change fascia wood we make sure our seems are straight and that the new wood installed jives with the existing wood. We’ll prime the new wood and paint it to match. If there are small fascia blemishes in the fascia wood than we fill them with fiberglass, sand them, prime them and then paint them. It’s always our priority to replace every broken roof tile or seal them if they are loose. If they are cracked, then we replace them. We consider broken or loose roof tiles a by product of the repairs we are already there to execute and therefore don’t charge. MacDowell only charges additional if it is a substantial amount that requires assistance.
We also make sure that our job sites are clean by running magnets around the perimeter base at the end of each day. This allows us to make sure no nails are accidentally left behind. After our nail check, we usually spend an hour at the end of the day making sure that the job site is clean and orderly. MacDowell’s goal is to keep everyone happy and a clean job site is also great for safety.
We take digital photos of our work to show you what we found and how we fixed it.