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Bradley Roofing, Inc., Roofing Contractors, Dallas, TX

Residential

Bradley Roofing provides extraordinary roofing solutions for residential buildings.  We work with one of the nation’s largest wholesale distributors of roofing supplies to ensure our customers receive the finest, quality products for their home needs.  Our wide range of design choices will not only help to accentuate your home but will provide the architectural quality, durability, strength and protection your home deserves.

 

We are experienced with most types of Residential Roofing Systems including:  composition shingles, metal, slate tile, wood, aluminum, asphalt, steel, Class 4 hail resistant shingles, and stone-coated steel.

 

Below is a list of Residential services provided by Bradley Roofing:

 

  • Residential Roofing (High/Steep Roofs included) 
 
  • Provide Insured, Full-Time Professional & Responsible Crews 
  • Storm Restoration Assistance 
 
  • Roof Replacement
  • Complimentary Roof Inspections
 
  • Preventative Roof Maintenance
  • New Roof Installation
 
  • Energy Saving Measures
  • Roof Repair
 
  • We only hand-nail our Residential roofs
  • Wind, Hail or Storm Damage Roof Repair & Inspection
 
  • Leak Detection
  • Re-Decks
 
  • Ridge Vents
  • Radiant Barrier
 
  • Tear Off

Contact a Bradley Roofing Consultant today for a Complimentary Roof Inspection.

 

 

Residential Re-roofing Safe Measures & Expectations

Removal of your existing roof and delivery and installation of your new roofing material is major construction. Tons of material is removed, delivered and installed by a staff of workers which, in the normal course of business, causes vibration.

The following precautions and information are essential:

1.     Take down or secure all important paintings, lamps, fixtures and art pieces. It is advisable to remove loose items from wall shelves and walls (pictures, plates, figurines, etc.). The hammering causes vibrations that shake these items off of shelves and walls.

 

2.     In very infrequent cases (depending upon the condition and age of your original construction), small stress cracks and nail pops in your drywall can occur due to vibration. These are your drywall nails, not nails installed by us. We cannot be responsible should this occur. 

 

3.     If we come upon dry rot in your underlying wood or eaves, we will replace that damaged wood with new wood per specifications. Owners are responsible to paint new wood if they desire it to be painted.

 

4.     Cover with plastic any valuables in the attic and garage because re-roofing will cause dust and debris in these areas.

 

5.     If you have any special plants, bushes, or furniture around the perimeter of the house, you may want to cover them with plastic, as debris may fall from roof during tear off. Items to consider are potted plants, patio and/or pool furniture, grills, gardening equipment, etc.  We will make every effort to protect your landscaping  and ask that you assist in the process by letting us know of any particular item or area you need help protecting.

 

6.     Our roofers will need access to an electrical outlet for the use of our power tools. If there are no outlets outside, please have the garage open so that we can access outlets, or make sure a heavy-duty extension cord is visible under the garage door. 

 

7.     Our crews will also need access to your driveway for our dump trucks for clean up and to load shingles. Please be sure to park cars, motorcycles, bicycles, boats, etc out of the driveway so our crews are able to access your driveway for the duration of the job.

 

8.     We recommend removal of any television antennas (and cables) or satellite dishes. We will work around them if you choose to leave them up, but we cannot be responsible for your reception after completion of your new roof. 

 

9.     If there is any overhanging of trees or branches on your roof, please cut those back to facilitate room for our workers prior to commencement of work.

 

10.   During the roofing process (while the job is in progress) there will be noise that you are not accustomed to. There will be constant hammering for one or more days, depending on the size of your roof. You may want to plan that time away from the house if the noise bothers you.

 

11.   During and after completion of the job, our crews will pick up any nails that might have fallen from the roof during the job with a magnetic roller. We will make every possible effort to pick up all nails, however, there could be a few nails hidden in the grass or shrubs that may remain. To help ensure your safety, we highly recommend that at least a day before the start date of your roof installation/repair, that your front and back yard be cut/mowed as this makes it easier on our crew to pick up the nails.

 

12.   The safety of you and your family is important to us, so please keep children and pets away from the work area.

 

13.   Upon completion of your job, please check the interior connections of your heater and hot water heater in the attic. These occasionally become dislodged. If allowed access, we will do this for you.

 

14.   Placing a sign in your yard is the first step in re-roofing your home. We are proud of our work. We ask that the sign be allowed to stay for three weeks after completion of the job.

We truly appreciate your business and want to make sure that we make this process a pleasant, informative and educational experience for all our customers.  If you have any questions or concerns during your roofing job, please do not hesitate to call the office immediately at 972-480-1946.

 

Contact a Bradley Roofing Consultant today for a Complimentary Roof Inspection.