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New Roof On Your Home | What To Expect When Working With MVR

Updated: Jun 8, 2022

When it comes to your home it is important to receive clear communication, clear timelines and have experts on your side every step of the way. Visit to Schedule your FREE Inspection and Receive The Perspective You Deserve.

Consistency Is Key To Deliver The Results You Desire. With Clear Expectations, We Can All Be On The Same Page And Provide You With The Very Best Results. ​

  • MVR crew typically arrives between 7-8 AM

  • MVR provides a dump trailer to haul away all debris

  • MVR takes special Precautions to protect your home by tarping landscaping & hanging tarps from gutters to siding/brick and windows.

  • We do a full tear-off of the existing roof

  • A complete inspection of plywood/underlayment (any bad wood/decking will be replaced upon homeowner approval)

  • Install synthetic felt paper in accordance with the integrity roof system (see “integrity roof system” flyer for details)

  • Install Ice guard on all eaves(gutters), Valleys & Chimneys

  • Replace roof accessories including- Box vents, ridge vents, power vents, Broan vents, pipe boots, step flashing, counter flashing, chimney flashing, and drip edge

  • Install new 50-year CertainTeed Landmark shingle.

  • Full clean up, MVR will run a magnet through the yard, sidewalks, driveways, and flower beds to ensure the best possible clean-up.

  • All material is to be hauled away upon completion of the roof.

  • Enjoy your new roof!

Additional Notes *Please note that during the duration of the roof replacement your property will be an active construction site. *Noise can become bothersome to homeowners and pets. Please keep this in mind if actions need to be taken. *MVR takes precautions to protect your property however we recommend moving objects away from the house that could be damaged during the removal of the old roof. *Interior wall hanging that isn’t properly secured should be taken down during the installation process. *Any additional questions or concerns, please contact your project manager.

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