Many customers are curious about the actual process of material arrival and installation. This guide will be a resource to any questions you have beforehand. Having this knowledge will help you and the Roofcorp team better work together to make the delivery and installation process as smooth and efficient as possible.

Tips & Tricks for Denver Roof Replacement


The roofing materials will be ordered once your order is approved. A representative will contact you before the materials are delivered to let you know they are en route. Roofcorp itself does not deliver the roofing materials so there are certain guidelines that should be followed to make the delivery a breeze. After you are contacted about delivery it is important that your driveway be cleared otherwise the supplier will not be able to back up to the house. The supplier will typically not unload materials with a crowded driveway. The supplier will also load the materials directly onto the roof so it is important to ensure that roof access is available. You do not need to be home during the delivery.

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denver-rooferThe contractors generally do not begin the installation the same day the materials are delivered, but will begin shortly after. Once again, a representative will give you a separate call the day before installation is scheduled to begin. There are a few steps you can take to make sure the installation goes smoothly and to prepare your home and self for some possible minor inconveniences.

Continue to make sure that your driveway and roof access are kept clear. The contractors will need power access, if there are no outdoor outlets available please use an extension cord and leave it under your garage door. Please let us know if there any issues with access to power.

The installation itself is noisy and dirty. A significant amount of dust and debris may fall into attics and garages during the tear off process. Cover and move any items that you don’t want to get dirty. There will also be banging and vibrations during the installation process. Make sure there are no valuables or pictures that may be jostled during this process. Either firmly attach or temporarily relocate these items to avoid damage.

Removal and installation involves the transfer of several tons of material. Occasionally this may result in popped nails or small superficial cracks in drywall. While uncommon, these issues are unfortunately unavoidable and Roofcorp is not liable for them.

We hope this was a helpful guide and answered many of your questions. If something was not addressed please contact one of our roofing experts and they will address any other questions you may have.