This customer obviously has a fantastic green thumb, so he's got beautiful plants all around his house. We develop a landscape plan, beginning with the initial service representative's inspection.
The satellite dish here should be removed, if it's not in use. Even if it is in use, it's never a good idea to put the satellite dish on the roof. We will reinstall it in the same place for you, but we don't recommend it.
Protect, Protect, Protect!
Heirlooms, hand-me-down-plants, and special blooms aren't easily replaced. It's all good to say "we will protect your plants." But is there proof? We offer these pictures as proof that we will protect your landscape. In addition to our standard landscape protection, if you want extra protection, we can certainly set that up, too!
This roof has been stripped, and it's time to get it covered up! The clouds are ominously looming, so our crew will work fast to get the underlayment installed. The good thing about synthetic underlayment we use is, if water does hit the roof before the shingles are installed, it's OK to use the same underlayment. With tar paper, sometimes you have to tear it all off if rain hits it before the shingles are installed, because rain makes the tar paper buckle up.
This job required a lot of tarps, but that's not an issue for us. Our crew is well supplied, and they had every tarp they needed. The plants on this job were safe!
Our crew foreman is taking a small break while waiting on his crew members to bring him some materials and tools. These eaves were damaged by leaks, so we're fixing the rotted wood.
Both Sides Done
All we're waiting on here is the hip cap. You can see the underlayment is installed correctly, because it is visible between the two slopes. Often, crews will leave these hips exposed, which leaves the house and the interior vulnerable in the case of wind damage.
The roof is complete, and this hip is ready for the storms.
We leave this home upgraded and ready for any bad weather. With our maintenance program, the roof will be good for many years to come!