A house will look its best when the roof and gutters are both new. But we have found that there are several other benefits as well for the homeowner who prioritizes doing these trades together, instead of doing roof and gutters at separate times.
Having two trades done provides one point of responsibility, and is a huge advantage for our owners. For example, if any repairs are needed you only have to call one company. Simplifying the process of trying to determine who is responsible for what and when.
Advantage two is that some types of work have to be done in certain orders, and doing everything at once helps assure this goal is achieved. For example, a roof should always go on first followed by the gutters. If you wait to do each item separately you may find yourself paying to have certain work redone that was already previously fixed, just to allow for the work that really needs doing to be able to get done. No one wants to have to pay for the same job twice, right?
Advantage three involves the fact that roof and gutter life cycles are similar in length. Roofs and gutters are designed to have about the same life cycle, around 20 years. If you can get all these done at the same time you are essentially setting yourself up for success in the future. That way when it is time to fix one area again the other areas should be in about the same position. This goes back to our first two points of giving the homeowner the power to complete these jobs together thru one company with one warranty provider AND ensuring that there is only one contractor who would be responsible.
Litespeed Construction loves the opportunities to bring a home back to its full potential and we are very comfortable with negotiating the logistics of multi-trade jobs. So if your house is in need of multiple areas of repair don’t fret, reach out to us today so we can get you back on track to living in the home of your dreams.