So you own a multifamily building, and you have to replace its roof. While flat roofs might be easier to replace on an office building, the sloped roof of your multifamily residential unit can be a lot more difficult to work with, so you need to plan ahead. The project will likely last anything from a few days to several weeks, and your tenants and residents will certainly not be happy with the commotion.
The first problem to deal with is that roofing jobs are noisy. You’ll have to talk to the Fort Collins commercial roofing contractor and make sure that curfew hours are respected and that the roofing experts will not work during the hours when most of the workers who live in your building are home, resting or sleeping. The same should be said about afternoon hours when children or elders might be asleep.
Another potential problem has to do with roofing debris falling down into your residents’ balconies or in front of your building to disrupt the garden and outdoor areas. Make sure you have the Fort Collins commercial roofing contractors designate areas where people shouldn’t venture, and emphasize to them to keep in mind that the safety and comfort of your residents and tenants should come first.
These recommendations will help keep everyone happy and maybe even help you avoid having as much difficulty with roof repairs and replacements in the future.