Banes Roofing

Tired Of Late Contractors? We Arrive At 8 AM… Or Earlier

April 12, 2024

Why 8:00 AM Starts Are Normal At Banes Roofing

We Achieve Far More Than The Average
Roofing Company… In Far Less Time!

We get it – waiting for your Philadelphia area roofing crew to show up is a mind-numbing experience. Many of them say 8:00 AM or 9:00 AM, but they don’t show up until closer to noon!

You’re busy, we’re busy. And showing up late is UNACCEPTABLE at Banes Roofing. And with this in mind, we show up on time, every time.

Now, can we control the weather or traffic? No, but you can bet we’ll community WELL if we’re running a few minutes late due to forces outside our control.

But 99.9% of the time, you can count on us showing up on time (if not early). And, in most cases, this means showing up BEFORE 8:00 AM.

We Pristinely Finish Your Roof FASTER

Now, we know you’ve heard this promise before. The “we show up on time” platitude is thrown about by seemingly every roofer.

But how many of them walk the talk? How many of those roofers have the reviews and track record to back up their claims of showing up early?

Not many. But WE do have the proof of our timeliness. Here are some of our reviews about our punctuality and work ethic:

  • Crew worked from 7:00 am to almost 9:00 pm in order to complete the roof replacement in one day in extremely hot weather.” – Manny N.
  • “I had my roof repaired. It was done in one day and they ensured everything was completed to my satisfaction and cleaned up after themselves.” – Lisa W.
  • “The work was done efficiently and very neatly” – Diane C.
  • “On the day of install, the crew – a lot of them – worked diligently and efficiently. I couldn’t believe how fast they got the roof done.” – Aggie S.

We Don’t Have To Rush

Every roofing crew wants to finish on time – and no roofer wants to take a week or more to finish a relatively routine roofing project.

But this begs the question – why do so many roofers take SO long?

Well, a lot of it concerns them not showing up on time.

You can bet your bottom dollar that roofers who show up late will face one of two results:

  1. The roofing crew rushes their work, and you’re left with a less-than-suitable roof long-term.
  2. Your roofing project will take MORE days to finish. In some cases, you could even face long delays right in the smack-dab middle of the project.

We Respect Our Time… And We Respect YOUR Time

Sure, showing up early is great for us. It allows us to finish our work without staying into the dark hours. And it allows our crew to finish more roofing projects in a week, which cuts down your waiting time.

But, ultimately, we show up at 8:00 AM or earlier out of respect for you and your family. And we wouldn’t feel as if we were following our core values if we showed up any later.

We understand that you’re busy… from making it to work on time to taking the kids to school, you can’t wait around all morning and afternoon for us to show. So, we show up early, so you’re never left waiting and wondering “when.”

Our Workers Get Home And See Their Family

Don’t get us wrong, we’ll stay as long as it takes to finish your roof replacement project. If we feel we’re 90% of the way done once 5:00 PM hits, we’re more than happy to finish the job before we leave. We can set up lights (without disturbing the neighbors) and safety equipment and get the sucker finished!

But, ultimately, we want our roofers to achieve a nice work-life balance. And this means not working endlessly each day. The fact is our roofers have families – we respect that and ensure they’re NEVER overworked.

So, by starting early each day, we ensure we get the job done right and before the work day ends.

If you’re searching for a roofing crew in Bucks, Lehigh, and Montgomery County that does great work and finishes jobs fast, then call Banes Roofing for a free quote.

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