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We offer high standards in Roofing, Siding & Gutters

  • Licensed, Bonded & Insured

    Omega Contracting has built a reputation that is trusted by the state and by our clients alike.

  • OSHA Certified Installers

    To us, safety is the first and foremost priority. We are equally committed to keeping our crew safe as well as our customers.

  • Free Inspections/Estimates

    We can conduct a thorough inspection of your home or commercial facility and will give you an accurate estimate of the costs.

  • Materials

    The strength of your roof is only as good as the materials used. We carefully choose materials that meet durability and aesthetic requirements.

  • Aerial Measurement

    We have the technology to take aerial shots which will help us assess the roof’s damage and make appropriate repair plans.

  • Certified Crews

    All members of the Omega Contracting crew are certified and experienced. You will be hiring the best!

  • No Money Upfront

    We get the job started even without money upfront especially for emergency roof repairs.

  • Quality Control Reporting

    Omega Contracting periodically monitors the progress of the repair or installation to ensure all quality and safety standards are complied with.

  • Highest Safety Standards

    Apart from being OSHA Certified, we also have management initiated safety precautions strictly implemented by the crew.

  • Best Warranties

    If we say your roof will last a lifetime, they will. Requests for follow-up repairs or minor adjustments are always welcome!

  • Roofs
  • Siding
  • Gutters
  • Residential
  • Commercial
  • Insurance Carriers

Common Construction Problems and How to Deal with Them

Common Construction Problems and How to Deal with Them

The construction industry is an extensively complex field. Even the finest in the industry encounter problems. If you are aspiring to be one of the successful Construction Companies, you have to be aware of the common construction problems in order to prevent them from happening and prepare for the possible solutions in case things go out of control. The future success or failure of a project depends on how you deal with it. To help you plan for what lies ahead, we came up with a list of the most common problems in the construction industry and how to deal with them:

  • Subcontractor working on an outdated set of blueprints

    Every construction project demands revision until the construction is completed. This is because anything can happen on the site. This means that throughout the timeline, development and revision of plans are continuous resulting in myriad sets of blueprints on the table. When a subcontractor fails to keep pace with the changes and ends up using the wrong set of blueprints, a delay on the schedule may be expected.

    An excellent way to prevent this from happening is to ensure that all set of drawings are dated to make sure that all contractors are working on the most recent plans. Dating automatically eliminates any doubt about which the set of plans is up-to-date.

  • Delay in construction

    Delays happen in construction most of the time. No matter how prepared a construction company may be, there are also situations wherein unanticipated problems occur which can affect the overall plan of construction. When a delay on the schedule is inescapable, the only thing that you can do is to mitigate the situation. There are different methods you can employ to tone down the delay. One way is to accelerate the work by dedicating more resources to it. Another method that you can utilize is resequencing of work. There will always be works that are unaffected or not connected with the delayed ones. You can focus on accomplishing this scope first. As soon as the problem is resolved, resume on the official sequence of work.

  • Poor workmanship

    Quality of work depends on the knowledge and skills of the builders. This is why it is important to employ a rigorous screening process when hiring. It is to ensure that your employees are well versed with methods and techniques in construction. From carpenters to masons, to welders and painters, you need to make sure that whoever you are adding to your team is qualified.

    On another note, before the commencement of construction, take the time to schedule a meeting with your builders. An orientation with regards to workmanship will help set the standards that you are expecting. Take this opportunity to also discuss the consequences or measures that will be taken when poor workmanship is exhibited.

Learn about what is behind our successful Construction Services in Ohio. Do not hesitate to call Omega Contracting LLC at 888-296-0029 today!

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