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Old 01.10.2020, 11:32
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Re: Put a lid on it- the other one is broken

This is one job where I would recommend engaging an Architect to study what is there, what is required, what is possible and draw/write a specification for the work. It could be insulating in one area might cause humidity and dampness in others. One way or another you will pay for this anyway as the roofer (Dachdecker) will need time to do this as part of their offer and add it to the quote. If you have a specification then you are sure you are comparing apples with apples on offers and seen as serious so will more likely get a better offer. Most roofers have scaffold and I would not consider one without it, quite often regardless of the work it is cheaper to get scaffolding from a roofer than a scaffolding company.

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