B & L Wholesale Supply vast inventory of roofing materials and accessories makes it easy to keep your customers happy. Plus, our rooftop delivery service means we can deliver your materials precisely where they are needed. This saves you time, effort, and minimizes job-site risk.
Equipment: Our diverse fleet of trucks includes lifting equipment – such as HIAB cranes with Jib and conveyors.
Re-roof Access: B & L Wholesale Supply emphasizes a partnership approach with contractors. To ensure your order is safely delivered on time, please check the following items prior to placing your order:
- What is the condition of the driveway? Will it support a 75,000-pound GVW truck?
- Is the driveway narrow, winding, or steep?
- Do wires, power lines, or tree branches hang over the driveway (blocking boom or conveyor access)?
- Would vehicles block access to the driveway?
- Is there a dumpster or work trailer located in the driveway?
- Have you provided us with a property-owner signed Delivery Release Authorization (allowing us to access the driveway)?
New Construction Access: Prior to delivery, please be sure all new construction access roads are graveled and capable of supporting 75,000-pound GVW trucks. Large trucks get stuck easily and may require towing, which of course, adds time delays and extra costs. If we believe we cannot load the roof without getting the delivery truck stuck, we will make every attempt to contact you for instructions while at the job site. Please inform your general contractor that towing costs will be charged to you. (We recommend you pass them on to your general contractor.)
Roof Structures: From time to time, a roof's structure may be unable to handle the added weight of delivered materials, so, before calling for Rooftop Delivery, please check your customer's roof structure. Because B & L Wholesale Supply’ team members are not qualified inspectors, the contractor and/or building owner should verify the roof structure's safety. If the roof structure is determined unsafe to handle the weight, we may require a Delivery Release Authorization to be signed by the contractor or homeowner before loading begins.
Power Lines: As a standard safety practice, we maintain a minimum of a 10-foot clearance from ALL power lines at ALL times. If we cannot deliver your rooftop order due to this minimum clearance requirement, or a power line obstruction, we will make every effort to contact you from the jobsite to make other arrangements. Because we always keep our delivery team's safety in mind, this is not a negotiable policy.