Few home improvement projects open your home to the elements more than replacing or repairing a roof. This kind of high-stakes work makes it all the more important to find a roofing professional whose work practices inspire confidence, and who can expertly navigate your home’s unique needs and considerations.
This vulnerable process also raises another important question: what is the best time of year for roofing work?
The Very Best Seasons for Roofing Repairs and Replacement
This answer might surprise you a bit...
Most homeowners assume that spring and summer are ideal, mostly because of rising temperatures and the melting away of winter snow and ice. Those are important considerations, but spring and summer weather is still fickle and tough to predict.
Most roofers actually prefer working in the fall season, with the heat of summer dwindling, consistent weather patterns, and winter moisture still in the future. As an extra benefit, the schedules of many professional roofers tend to lighten a bit by then, creating additional flexibility and availability for clients. This makes it a win for everyone involved.
Did You Know That Your Roof Can Be Replaced in the Wintertime Too?
A skilled, experienced roofer can navigate winter weather, ensuring your home isn’t left exposed to rain or snow when there is active precipitation. They also will have the necessary safety gear and equipment to fully protect their team as well.
If you’d like more information about this, please take a look at a blog we dedicated to the topic: Can I Replace My Roof During the Winter? We raise and address a few common concerns, just to share our reasoning behind why winter is a completely viable season for roofing.