Residential siding is a major construction project that requires attention to detail, workmanship, and communication. In this article, we’ll take a look at what you can expect when working with us from start to finish including the preparation, work process, and the end of the project. We’ll also explain how our team will communicate with you throughout the project and how we will keep the job site clean and safe.
Residential Siding Jobs Are More Extensive Than Many Other Remodeling Projects
Residential siding jobs are more extensive than many other remodeling projects. Siding installation requires a significant amount of work and preparation, and it is important to understand what you can expect before, during, and at the end of the project.
We’ll Set Jobsite Expectations With You Beforehand
Before the project begins, we’ll set jobsite expectations with you. This includes discussing the project scope, timeline, and budget, as well as any special requirements or concerns. We’ll also discuss the jobsite expectations and precautions that need to be taken during the project. By communicating openly and honestly, we ensure that everyone is on the same page from the start, which helps to minimize surprises and ensure a smooth and efficient installation.
It Will Be A Construction Site
It is important to understand that a residential siding jobsite will be a construction site. This means that there will be scaffolding, machines, trucks, and hazards, and that caution will be needed. We take all necessary precautions to ensure the safety of our workers and clients, and we’ll make sure that the site is kept as clean and organized as possible.
Communicate With Us
Tell us what’s important to you. Is there a dog run area that we’ll need to steer clear of as much as possible? We’ll work around it as much as we can. Is there a special tree, bush, or other landscaping or gardening feature that we need to avoid damaging or interfering with? Let us know, and we’ll do everything we can to protect it.
Jobsites During The Residential Siding Project
During the residential siding project, you can expect to see the team working on the scaffold, installing the siding, and making any necessary repairs to the underlying structure. We’ll keep you updated on the progress of the project and address any issues that arise. We understand that this is a big investment for our clients, and we’ll make sure that the site is kept as clean and organized as possible.
Cleanup & Disposal Will Be Ongoing
Cleanup and disposal will be ongoing throughout the residential siding project. We’ll make sure that the site is kept as clean as possible, and we’ll conduct more intense cleanups before weekends. We’ll also make sure that any debris or waste is disposed of properly, and we’ll take care of any necessary repairs or touch-ups before the final walk-through.
What Happens At The End Of The Project?
At the end of the residential siding project, we’ll conduct a final walk-through with you to make sure that everything is to your satisfaction. We’ll address any final touch-ups or repairs that need to be made, and we’ll make sure that the site is left in a clean and orderly condition. We’ll also provide you with the necessary documentation, including any warranties or guarantees, and we’ll answer any final questions you may have.
Trust All Star To Be Your Residential Siding Partner
At All Star Products, we’re committed to providing our customers with the best service possible. We understand that this is a big investment for our clients, and we’ll work closely with you to ensure that your project is completed on time, on budget, and to your satisfaction. Trust All Star to be your residential siding partner and contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you with your residential siding project.