Our Detailed Approach To Roofing Projects:
#1. We remove and dispose of the existing roof including all components down to the roof decking. Waste materials are disposed of using dump trailers instead of large trash collectors to minimize property damage, and we only use approved waste disposal facilities to protect our surrounding environment.
#2. Deficiencies are corrected, including the replacement of deteriorated wood decking, soffit, fascia, trusses, and other substrata that could affect fastener and wind uplift strength. Also, we inspect penetrations, flashings and junctions to insure they are up to compliance for the new roof surface. Lastly, we inspect flashings at skylights, roof-to-wall, roof-to-appliance, and roof-to-roof connections for issues.
#3. We re-nail the wood roof deck with 8d nails as required for the new installation (no staples are utilized) in a pattern prescribed by state and local code. For a non-wood deck, fasteners are applied to manufacturer specifications.
#4. We install all new plumbing vent boots and new air vent caps, replace roof ventilation, and caulk around electric service poles, install new valley materials and perimeter drip edge.
#5. We install the base underlayment over the entire roofing area. A base underlayment can otherwise be known as tar paper, felt, or a secondary water barrier and is normally dictated by the slope of the roof. A secondary water barrier remains an upgrade option by the roof owner.
#6. We install the customer-selected final overlayment. The final overlayment may be shingle, EPDM, metal panels, low-slope roofing, concrete tile, clay tile, metal tile, torch-down, modified bitumen, or another product.
#7. We will consider the specifics of your roofing needs during installation. Good Stuff Enterprises has the experience and pre-requisite knowledge to ensure every component is integrated into the complete roof system including skylights, sol-a-tubes, parapet walls, flashing and counter-flashing, roof drains, and anything else we may encounter on your roof.
Worker’s Safety is our Number One priority at Good Stuff Enterprises. The physical exertion required for the job combined with the varying heights, slopes, and exposure to ambient weather conditions create a unique work environment for roofers. We help keep our workers safe by conducting routine tailgate site-safety meetings and by utilizing the required OSHA safety guidelines on all of our jobsites. We realize that to be the best Kentucky roofing company, our employees and workers must come first!
Good Stuff Enterprises safety program extends beyond our workers to include home-owners, their children, and their pets.
Stopping Damage before it happens
We survey every job site for areas that are vulnerable to being damaged from fugitive sliding materials and tools. Plywood is placed in front of garage doors or windows subject to possible kickback. Sensitive landscaping or exterior appliances are protected with tarpaulins or plastic sheeting, and in some cases, pools or ponds may be fully or partially covered.
Keeping the Site clean
Cleanup begins at project initiation and continues through to completion. We pay special attention to errant nails and metal waste. Our workers utilize both hand-held and rolling industrial magnets to extract metallic debris from around bushes, shrubs, lawns, and flowerbeds and are especially sensitive to homes with children and pets.
It is important to us to be responsible members of our industry and community. Good Stuff Enterprises is a name you can trust! We are certified as a preferred contractor for Owens-Corning, and have an “A” rating or better with Angie’s List, HomeAdvisor, the Better Business Bureau, and have hundreds of satisfied customers. Proof of General Liability and Workman’s Comp is available upon request.