Lebanon Roof Removal Process
Removing Existing Cedar Shingles
The process began with the removal of the cedar shingles (with proper protection around the entire house to prevent any damage to siding, walkways or landscaping). Also featured is a protective ‘tarp-slide’. This system allows further protection to the house and pool/hot tub area – directing the removed shingles and waste into a controlled space.
Roof Removal Completion
After the first couple of courses of shingles had been removed, the new roof material was raised using the material truck’s crane, and safely placed on the top of the roof. This allows us to save time on roof installations as we safely move material weighing thousands of pounds.
Following the material and warranty selection for the Lebanon roof installation, it was time for Alte Exteriors to complete Kathy and Wayne’s vision. The job was scheduled, materials were ordered, and the dumpster was called in. Prior to removing the existing cedar roof, necessary precautions were taken to protect their home. This included moving any outdoor furniture, followed by protecting their siding and landscaping. To accomplish this, heavy duty black tarps created a layer of protection. This tarping system allows debris from the roof removal to slide off of the home and into a pre-designated area. The old roofing was successfully (and safely) removed – without damaging any landscaping, pavers, or siding. This is a primary concern on every job – the roof tear-off is where the most can go wrong.