Preparing for your project

Preparing for the Project

There are several preparations that will make your construction project progress smoothly and with less stress for you.

1. Be prepared for noise. Construction crews will generally begin working early in the morning. There will be constant hammering during roofing, siding, and other projects. You may want to plan a day away from your home while the project is in progress.

2. Remove all loose items from walls and shelves, such as pictures, plates, or other collectibles. The hammering may create vibrations that could shake items off of your shelves and walls. If we are working on skylights, debris has a tendency to fall into those areas of your home; move or cover any items that are below skylights. Also remove all items from around the exterior of your home where roofing or siding debris may fall.

3. Provide an electrical outlet for the contractor crews to use with power tools.

4. Move all cars, motorcycles, boats, bicycles, and any other vehicles away from the house and garage while the project is in progress. If you do not have a ceiling in your garage and can see the bottom side of the roof decking, move or cover all items that might get damaged by small pieces of felt or shingles falling through the spaces between the decking boards.

5. Clear the driveway to provide access to load shingles, siding or other materials.

6. Keep children and pets aware from the work area at all times.  Trucks, power tools, ladders and other potential hazards will be present throughout the process.

Two additional notes of importance:

1. If rotted wood, deteriorated or deflected decking is found, we will not be held liable. This is your financial responsibility. We will replace rotted wood, deteriorated, or deflected decking on a time and material basis.

2. Nails that fall from the roof during the job will be picked up with a magnetic roller. We will make every effort to pick up all the nails, however, a few nails, often hidden in the grass, may remain.

Our Music City Roofers staff and contractors pledge to work as a team with you to complete your roofing project as quickly and precisely as possible and with the least inconvenience to you and your family.


Choosing Materials

At Music City Roofers we purchase and work with only quality roofing materials.  Examples are listed below.

The main suppliers for roofing materials are Elk and GAF. These companies are over 75 years old and offer awide variety of shingles and other roofing materials. Each of them has an outstanding reputation for quality and timeliness.

The main siding supplier is ABC Supply Co, the largest wholesale distributor in the US. They carry quality materials from Alcoa, Amcraft, Certain Teen, Mid-America, Wolverine, and Variform.


Completing the Project

After the project is finished and final payment has been received, Music City Roofers will issue up to a 5-year Workmanship Warranty covering all work completed. Our workmanship meets all of the National Association of Roofing Contractors guidelines.

Your personal account manager will also help you complete the manufacturers' warranties for any materials used on your project and walk the job with you tomake sure you are 100% satisfied!

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Jeff Uselton - Timmons Properties Manager

Jeff and his crew were great to work with and the project was completed within a few days! Great job and company. Highly recommended to all!

J Marcarelli

The scope of our job included a complete re-roof, installation of shingles on the gable ends, and installation of half-round gutters on a 1920's bungalow. James and Jeff Richfield were very professional, good on following up and the work was done to a very high standard. We have done a number of remodel projects and have more knowledge/experience than many people wrt construction practices. We insist on a clean job site and had a couple "special needs" areas where plants needed to be protected, etc. James was all over it and did the daily sweep for metal and debris himself. We would use them again and can give them an unqualified recommendation.