PREPARING FOR THE RESTORATION PROJECT - WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT

Be prepared for the noise! Construction crews will probably start early in the morning. There will be constant hammering and noise during construction; you may want to plan some time away if possible.

Keep children and pets away from the work area.

Remove all loose items from perimeter walls and shelves. Pictures, plates, figurines, etc. The
constant hammering may cause enough vibration to shake these items from walls and shelves.

We will need access to your driveway to load materials and clean up. Please keep your driveway clear while the job is in progress. We will inform you in advance when the materials will arrive.

Remove all items from around the house. Patio/pool furniture, potted plants, gardening equipment, etc. Roofing debris and/or materials may fall unexpectedly.

For each day it rains or snows, work on your project will be delayed. Countrywide Contracting, Inc. crews are instructed not to tear off more shingles than they can replace or dry in with felt in one day.

Nails that fall from the roof during the job will be picked up with a magnetic roller. We will make every effort to pick up all nails. The shorter your grass when we start, the more nails we’ll find when we leave.

While removing shingled roofs, some debris will fall into the attic (slat decking only). If your attic is used for storage, you may want to cover these stored items.

Our field supervisors, project managers, material runners, and production managers pledge to work as a team with you to make this project go as smoothly as possible and with the least amount of inconvenience for you and your family.

COUNTRYWIDE CONTRACTING, INC.
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