What Happens to a Residential Siding Jobsite Before, During & at the End of the Project?

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For Kansas City homeowners that have never had a major exterior remodeling project done before, wondering what the residential siding jobsite will look like before, during, and after the project can be a source of significant anxiety. Many people wonder if they will need to make any preparations, and who is going to be responsible for the cleanup of debris and subsequently hauling it away.

These are all valid concerns, and new homeowners, or those that may have been burned by unprofessional contractors in the past are often looking for reassurance that the process will be quick and painless. The good news is, this is largely true, and your contractor will often take care of most of the details surrounding your installation. We’re going to dive into what your home and jobsite area are going to be like before, during, and even after the siding project is completed.

What Happens to a Residential Siding Jobsite Before, During & at the End of the Project?

Limited Preparation From The Homeowner Beforehand

In most cases, there will be some degree of preparation needed on the part of the homeowner, but in most cases, it is incredibly minimal. They will generally be asked to make sure all vehicles are out of the driveway since it will often be full or blocked with vehicles and construction materials. If the homeowner is home during the day and may need to leave for whatever reason, they will generally park in the street or at a neighbor’s.

Before the project starts the homeowner should have a chance to walk around the home with the contractor and advise them of any hazards or delicate landscaping. In the event that there is something that cannot be safely worked around, we may create a structure to cover and protect it during the project.

It Is A Construction Site

While we will do everything within our power to make the process as quick and painless as possible, the homeowner needs to keep in mind it’s a temporary siding construction site. There will be hammering, loud power tools, and significant amounts of activity. While this won’t matter to many people, those who work from home or need quiet daytime environments may need to make other arrangements until the project is done.

We’ll Clean Up As We Go & At The End

We make sure that while we have a massive cleaning sweep at the conclusion of the project, there is also an ongoing effort to make sure your property stays as clean as possible. That said, while we encourage you to watch us work and ask questions when pertinent, when you come outside, make sure you wear shoes and leave the slippers in the house. At the end of the project, we’ll make sure all debris is hauled away and properly disposed of.

Progress & Final Walkaround

There will be a chance both before the project is done, and once it is finished, to do a walk around with us. You can personally inspect every inch of the job, and be as transparent and honest in your communication with us as you like. We’re not happy until you’re happy.

Fairway Can Be Your Residential Exterior Remodeling Partner

If it’s time for your home to get the benefits of new siding, now that you understand more about the process, Fairway is ready to be your siding partner. Reach out today to speak with an expert member of our team about your needs.

Scott Neidow

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