The roofs of apartment complexes require complex fixes. The stress of maintaining all your residents’ safety from the elements might urge you to make decisions haphazardly. Add this to the fact that commercial roofing systems are more difficult and complex than a residential roof. This means you need a more experienced and careful team to manage the project.
3G Roofing shares a few tips on making your apartment complex roof replacement easier.
Hire a Contractor
It’s not really a budgeting plan, but it’s a big stress relief that an expert like us is on the case. As the leading metal roofing installation professional in the area, we can also provide an estimate on your roof repairs and will only furnish the quality of work you deserve.
Know the Cost
We’ll detail the particular roofing service your apartment complex requires, down to the very last unit. Corollary to the above, we’ll also help you prepare your finances for the outlay.
Change Orders Set the Project Back
Remain consistent with your plans for the project. Finalize what you want to happen and how you want it done before telling the contractor. It will be a lot less stressful for both parties if both have a clear vision of what needs to be done. Besides, changing orders halfway through the project will also cost you a pretty penny and set back the timetable.
Communicate With Your Contractor
Miscommunication is the bane of all coordinated projects, especially on something as important as the roof. Be clear what kind of roof you would like to have, whether it be a metal roof or the traditional asphalt shingle, or if you need accessories like new gutters. It’s always best to let your contractor know what they need to prepare from the get-go.
After the project, maintain contact with your contractor for maintenance concerns. Our roof maintenance systems and trained crew stand ready when you need your roof maintained, repaired and kept in pristine condition.
3G Roofing is your ally in streamlining your apartment complex roofing project. Contact our team to get an initial estimate at (210) 373-3358. We serve Texas residents, particularly those in San Antonio, TX.