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Do I Need to Move Out During a Roof Replacement Project?

Roof replacement is a significant project. It can affect your daily routines and schedules. Furthermore, the presence of workers in your home and the noise from construction can also create distractions for you and your family. That said, you might want to consider moving out for the meantime so that you can continue with your daily tasks without hassle.

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Do I Need to Move Out During a Roof Replacement Project?

To Stay or Move Out

One of the first things that you need to check with your contractor is the timeline of the project. Roofers usually take about two to three days to finish the installation of a new roof in a typical home. If you won't be at home during their work hours, moving out might not be necessary since you will likely be dealing with minimal disruptions only.

However, if you work remotely or spend most of your time inside your home, it might be worth considering moving out during the project. This allows you to avoid the noise, mess and distractions during the construction. If moving out isn’t an option for you, and you have these concerns, make sure to discuss them with your roofer. There are roofing contractors who are open to special arrangements to make the duration of the project easier to manage for both of you.

Kids and Babies

If you have children at home, make sure that they are aware of the safe spaces they can occupy as well as the hazards when they come too close to the work site. If you are taking care of an infant, take extra precautions since your home will likely be exposed to a certain amount of dirt and dust. Construction noise may also make your baby fussy, so consider how you will navigate such challenges.

A1 Quality Roofing, Inc. has been in the industry since 1991, so you can rest assured that we can provide you with quality workmanship. Whether it’s roof repair or replacement, we can carry out your job satisfactorily. Call us at (951) 877-4406, or fill out our contact form to request a quote.

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