Can I Get My Roof Repaired or Replaced During COVID-19?
It goes without saying that the Coronavirus / COVID-19 pandemic has directly impacted almost every single industry in the U.S. in some way. So how did it impact the roofing industry? Well, while roofers weren’t exempt from the unprecedented effects we all experienced, the more important question is what happens if you experience roof damage while quarantined, working, or studying at home? Can you still get roof work done during the COVID-19 period?
When health and safety became of paramount importance to families all across the U.S, there was one place that most Americans resorted to as a place they could feel safe – HOME. Homes across the U.S. provided comfort and safety as living rooms quickly turned into classrooms, and kitchen tables into offices. It goes without saying that keeping your home in good condition during the COVID-19 period is very important.
Leaving roof damage unattended not only leaves your home open to further damage, but with Florida roofs and homes being very prone to mold, roof damage can negatively impact your and your family’s health at a time when premium health is critical.
No. 1 Home Roofing is here to help fix any roof damage during COVID-19, and because your roof is a crucial component of your home’s comfort and safety, we also have special financing programs available should you lack the immediate finances to fix your roof during this period.
With your health and safety in mind, we’re also taking all safety precautions while still in operation, including:
- Contactless roof inspections and roofing consultations
- Paperless transactions
- Physical and social distancing while on site
- Full compliance with CDC recommendations
Your Safety is Important to Us
While it’s important to prioritize your health and safety during COVID-19, your home’s condition and its ability to provide a safe place for you and your family is also important. Being at home more, your home’s condition also has a lot to do with your general morale and productivity. With that in mind, as well as your health and safety, any damage to your roof should be fixed as soon as possible.