Roofers generally work as a team to create the design of a building. There are three things that have to be considered before starting the construction process, these are structural design, feasibility studies and first evaluation. The structural design includes the details of the roof structure, wind calculations and design selection.
Besides this, the feasibility study also explores the security of the building and the buildings associated with it. It is important to ensure that the building is safe from intruders, robbers, wild animals and disaster.
The first stage of the building development is the design. When the structural design is complete, the roofer will then prepare the building for inspection. This is the time when the roofer puts the building through the building permit. They have to check the site for any structural defects and also the pollution level.
Once the building permit is done, the roofers start the assessment work. This involves evaluating the entire building for such things as security, radiation, environment, weather and its associated issues. They also check if there are any parts of the building that may not suit their needs.
The next step is the feasibility study. During this period, the roofers go around the property to evaluate the various aspects. This includes finding out what materials they need to use and how much it would cost them. The materials used for the building can vary from one roofer to another and sometimes even for different locations.
When the roofers find that a particular roofing material will be suitable for the location, they contact the land owner to get the permission for using it. The land owner will most likely say yes, but only if they agree on a term or condition that the roofers cannot do any more roofing on that particular piece of land for at least three years.
After that, the roofers will put the building in place. This is the time when they place the tiles, joists and rafters in the appropriate places to create the perfect roof. There is often a lot of fun involved in this process, especially if you are a roofer.
The completion of the building is the end result. When all of the works are completed, the roofers must test the building to see if it is fit for purpose. This is the final part of the testing, which usually consists of checking the heating and cooling system, drainage, floor and walls.