Contact Free Roofing Service - Bend, Oregon
Can I have my roof repaired or replaced during COVID-19?
Thanks to technology, you can stay safely inside your home during the entire process from sales and consultation to installation. Here is how to accomplish a high-quality roof repair or replacement, while keeping your family safe and healthy.
When you schedule a free roof inspection from Bend Roofing Service, you can stay comfortably indoors while our roofing specialist carefully examines your roof. They will wear a mask at all times, in case of a chance encounter.
Once the inspection is complete, we will consult with you via email, smart phone or video conferencing to explain our observations and recommendations. You can view materials and color choices with the help of digital tools. We can also pop the reports, brochures, and explanations to you by mail prior to a phone conference. You can virtually meet with a roofing consultant who can walk you through the status of and recommendations for your roof.
Contact free transactions ensure zero to low contact during roof inspections, meetings with adjusters, financing conversations and the actual roofing jog itself. During the roof inspection, if there is visible damage in the home that needs to be considered, you can email or text photos or videos.
Since the work is done outside your home, you do not have to worry about running into any of our crew throughout the job, but we will have masks ready in case you would like to speak directly with us or have a question.
Our team strictly follows the protocols outlined by the CDC and those recommended by our governor. We insist that sick employees stay at home. We perform regular and routine cleaning and regularly disinfect our tools, clothing, equipment and gear.
How can I supervise the progress of my roofing project?
Many homeowners understandably want to be an active participant during roofing projects. Thanks to technology, our contractors can send photo and video updates throughout the process through phone, email or video conferencing to allow homeowners a chance to share comments, questions and concerns in real time. Your contractor can send you annotated pictures of your roof to keep you updated on how work is progressing. Any interior repairs that need to be made, such as repairing drywall or ceiling sections that have been impacted by water damage can be completed at a later date.
If your roof needs to be completely replaced, you can still be at home during the progress. I can get noisy once work begins, but a good pair of earplugs or noise-canceling headphones can help homeowners during the process. A roof replacement usually only takes a day or two and is done entirely during daytime hours, so the noise should not be a large problem.
By using virtual methods, peace of mind and great customer service can be provided while you are safely inside your home. Leaving any damage unattended can cause damage to your home and you do not want to risk that. It is important to address any roof issues that you have as soon as you can.
Reasons not to delay Roof repairs
Minor leaks can turn into bigger problems and lead to more extensive damage. Unpredictable weather can exacerbate existing problems. In a wind storm loose shingles can expose underlayment to the elements resulting in a larger, more expensive repair. Non-stop exposure to moisture from even small leaks can make your home susceptible to mold growth, which can affect the air quality in your home. This can spike allergies and respiratory conditions such as asthma and COPD. Small leaks may also occur in interior walls where they escape detection until suddenly flooring is floating on water or dry wall begins to bulge in affected areas.
7 Steps to Hiring a Roofing Contractor without meeting in person.
It is hard to believe, but the entire process of hiring a roofing company, getting an estimate for a roof replacement or repair, and even picking out roofing designs and roofing shingles can all be done online and over the telephone, so you never have to leave your home.
Here are seven steps to finding, hiring, and working with a roofing contractor remotely: