We protect your property during every phase of a roof repair and roof replacement project.
When it comes to roof replacement and roof repair, things can get pretty messy. Loose shingles, nails, and other debris can harm your home, yard, and other delicate landscaping. Even worse, if nails are left behind, it can put children, pets, and car tires at risk. Careless roofers may cut corners, damage your property, and leave a mess - which only creates more expenses and issues for you to handle.
Klaus Larsen Roofing of Hudson Valley guarantees property protection from start to finish with The Klaus Roofing Way. When we take on a new roof repair project or install a roof replacement, we follow a set of procedures to keep your property safe. To learn more about our services and how we can help your home, schedule a free roofing estimate. We proudly serve New York homeowners in White Plains, Carmel, Nyack, and nearby.
A yard is great for children, pets, entertaining guests, gardening, and more. But loose nails and other debris can disrupt outdoor fun and even put your loved ones at risk. That’s why Klaus Larsen Roofing of Hudson Valley takes steps to create a safer on-site experience before, during, and after every project, whether a simple roof repair or a complete roof replacement. From start to finish, we protect your property by:
Loose nails can fly into the yard where they can later harm children, guests, pets, and car tires. To keep your property safe, we use an industrial-strength magnet to collect excess nails after the project is complete.
If you happen to see any after we clean up, we promise $1 for every nail found up to $100!
If you're interested in strengthening your roof and better protecting your home without having to worry about damage to your property, then schedule a free roof repair or roof replacement estimate with Klaus Larsen Roofing of Hudson Valley. We proudly serve New York homeowners in Spring Valley, Poughkeepsie, Port Chester, New City, Newburgh, Middletown, Yorktown Heights, and nearby.
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