How to Protect Landscaping from a Roof Replacement

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The smell of spring is in the air, the crisp breeze and gentle sun are calling you outside. It’s time to garden. Your neighbor two doors down just revamped their landscaping, and they’ll only win the HOA’s “Best Lawn” award over your dead body. You roll up your sleeves and get to it. You finish and step back to admire your work.

Then, just as everything was going right, you discover you need a new roof, and your flowers are going to be subject to a construction site. You know all of those shingles have to come off the roof and you’re worried about your delicate dandelions. Do not fear! You can bet your asters we’ll take great precautions to protect your pretty petunias.

When we are replacing the roof, our crew rolls the shingles on top of themselves into big asphalt sausages and walks them over the roof to the dumpster. If you have some prized plants we can build little walls with plywood to shield them from any debris. There are even nets that hang off of the gutter that protect flower beds under the eaves. These usually have an added cost.

We care about what you care about because we care about you. Yes you, Mary. If there’s actually a Mary reading this I bet she had a good freak out there for a second, ha.

We will do anything we can to protect the things that matter most to you. Including your fancy flower beds.

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