Let’s face it, installing a new roof can be messy. Tearing down old shingles and underlayment, removing gutters and flashing, trimming new pieces – a new roof can leave a debris field in its wake. Unless it's a Bone Dry roof.
That’s because we put as much emphasis on what happens after your new roof is installed as we do before it goes on. Nobody wants a yard full of scraps, broken shingles and errant roofing nails. So one of the most important parts of any roofing project is the clean up afterward.
Our crews take the time to do a very thorough job of collecting all debris (including combing your property for those pesky, hard-to-find nails!), removing it safely, and disposing of it in an environmentally responsible manner. Whenever possible we recycle old shingles, paper and other materials to avoid using landfills.
The clean up process is an “all hands on deck” part of our service to you, and one that we take very seriously. With a beautiful new Bone Dry roof over your head, you won’t have to worry about the weather. And you won’t have to worry about the clean up, either.
All the Comforts of Home Start With a Bone Dry Roof