Kissimmee roof replacement

How to Prepare for a Kissimmee Roof Replacement

How to Prepare for a Kissimmee Roof Replacement

Kissimmee roof replacement is one of the best options you can make on your property. As you prepare for new roof installation, some home preparations can ensure the job goes smoothly. Here are some tips for preparing your home for roof replacement before the roofing company arrives.

Kissimmee Roof Replacement Tips

Remove all wall decorations

You may have noticed vibrations during the construction process due to heavy machinery and hammering. Especially, in deck repair and construction, these vibrations are high, which is nothing out of the ordinary. These vibrations also affect the walls of the house, if you have any decoration items like a mirror, framed photos, painting, or anything similar hanging on the walls, remove them before they fall off and get damaged. Removing decorative light fixtures and chandeliers from the ceiling and walls are also a safe option.

Relocate your car

Leaving access to the parking area will help the roofing company to park vehicles and save your vehicle from damages. When roofers come to your home, they will need to load and unload tools, shingles, etc. It will be more efficient if they can have access right next to your home. By keeping your car away from the worksite, you can save the car from any potential accidental damages and scratches.

Protect your kids and pets

Just like other site constructions, Kissimmee roof replacement can also be overwhelming and hazardous for your young kids and pets. Loud noises coming from the construction site can make them anxious. Keep your kids and pets inside your home away from the construction site and warn them not to go to certain areas with danger.

If your kids or pets are extremely anxious, it might be best to have them stay at a neighbor, friend, or family member’s house until the work is complete or at least until the workers are gone for the day.

Clear out patio and yard

Clearing out your patio and yard before a Kissimmee roof replacement is essential. Remove all kid’s toys like cars and bicycles, furniture, lawn ornaments, and potted plants so the roofer can work smoothly and efficiently. Make sure to put everything away from that area to prevent any damage to these objects.

Trim grass and trees

Professional roofers try to keep your home safe and clean, but at certain times during the roof replacement, there will be construction material falling around your home. Cutting your grass short and trimming trees as well as bushes will help you to clean it all out easily.

If trees are overhanging near the roof, it is better to cut and trim them so the workers can have open and safe access to the whole roof.

Remove any antennas and dishes

If you have any satellite dishes or antennas installed on your roof, carefully remove them yourself or contact your satellite provider to remove them before the roof replacement. Some roofers will remove your antennas or dishes before starting construction work so be sure to check with your professional roofing company first. 

If you want your Kissimmee roof replacement to go as smoothly as possible, follow these tips. It will keep you and your belongings undamaged and speed up the construction process. Here are a few answers to the most common questions about roof replacement.

What is included in a Kissimmee roof replacement?

  • Removing the old roof
  • Preparing the roofing surface
  • Installing new roof
  • Final cleanup and inspections

Should I stay home during roof replacement?

It is up to you if you want to stay home or not during the roof replacement process. You should keep the following factors in mind while staying at home during roof replacement:

  • If you have never been home during construction, you may don’t realize how loud the roof replacement can be. It is tough to stay at home with the constant banging on your roof.
  • You need to consider your kids and your pets. They can be more affected by the noise, than adults
  • When you hire a roofing company to take care of the roof replacement, you are trusting that they have complete knowledge of their job. You will need to stay indoors when they are removing the old roof to avoid being hit by falling material.  

You can certainly stay at your home during replacement. Be aware of all factors and what is going on inside and outside your home during the replacement process. 

Hopefully, these tips will help you prepare for a Kissimmee roof replacement.   If you have any questions, be sure to contact Heart of Florida Roofing.

8 replies
  1. Tex Hooper
    Tex Hooper says:

    I like what you said about clearing out the patio before doing any roof work. That makes sense considering stuff can fall onto that area. I’ll have to consider getting a roofer who can fix my roof as cleanly as possible.

  2. Braden Bills
    Braden Bills says:

    I want to make sure that I take good care of my roof. It makes sense that I would want to keep an eye on it to see if any shingles go missing. I can see how a missing shingle would be a good sign that I need to get my roof replaced.

  3. Mia Evans
    Mia Evans says:

    It really helped when you said that we should just be away from the house when there will be a construction project, because it can be quite loud. I will book a hotel room for my family when we hire a residential roofer this month if that is the case. It’s because we need a replacement after finding out that a lot of the shingles have already been cracked and missing.

  4. Millie Hue
    Millie Hue says:

    Thanks for pointing out that putting items away will keep them from being damaged when getting a roof replacement, such as furniture or toys. I will keep that in mind now that I need to hire roofing contractors after living here for three decades. My property already needs replacement, because I noticed how many parts are missing and damaged when I checked earlier.

  5. Iris Smith
    Iris Smith says:

    Thank you for mentioning that you can prevent unintentional damage and scratches to your automobile by keeping it away from the worksite. The roof of my father’s house is leaking, so he has decided to install a new roof. I’ll advise my father to park away from the job site so as to prevent potential accident harm and provide an area for the contractors to unload their equipment.

  6. Tex Hooper
    Tex Hooper says:

    I didn’t know that you had to remove the entire roof. My roof has two big holes in it from a tree falling down. I’ll have to consider getting a contractor to do an inspection.


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