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The Best Season to Get Your Roofing Work Done.

Updated: Apr 16


When you hire your trusted roof replacement contractors to check your roof for leaks and damages, they’ll take into account the current local weather conditions. Most professional roofers prefer working under favorable weather and won’t risk doing roofing jobs during extreme storms.


Local weather patterns will often depend on the current season, which is also something to consider when you’re planning a roofing project. Keep in mind that roofing contractors will be busy and almost unavailable depending on the time of year. So, if you want your roof repaired or replaced on time, you’ll need to plan ahead and consider which season is most ideal for your project.


If you want your roofing project to be done by your most trusted roof replacement contractor, you can start by anticipating which seasons are the busiest and which ones are the slowest for roofers. A1 Quality Roofing, Inc. shares how we handle our roofing jobs during each season of the year:


Spring


The warm weather marks the end of winter and the start of spring, allowing people to enjoy the outdoors once again. The recent winter weather might have caused damage to your roof, such as drafts, leaks or even sagging and partial collapse in more extreme cases. This can also be caused by extreme winter storms, wherein the snow can accumulate on your roof causing it to sag or collapse due to the excess weight. Whether you’re planning a full replacement or just need seasonal inspections and repairs, spring is the perfect season to get your roofing back into shape.


Many homeowners will also consider having their roofing done, so you can expect your trusted roof repair and replacement contractor to be busy at this time of year. But you’ll have all season to plan out your roofing project as the warm weather is perfect for most roofing materials to get installed. This is particularly important if you’re planning an asphalt shingle roofing replacement as it needs time to adhere and seal to your roof. The ideal temperature is at least 45 degrees, which makes spring the best season to replace your roof’s shingles.


Summer


Late spring to early summer can be a busy time for many roofing contractors. Consistently warm weather patterns with hardly any rainfall makes this season ideal for any kind of roofing work, so expect many homeowners to start booking their roofing repairs. And, since it’s peak season for most contractors, it can get a bit difficult to schedule your roofing project at an ideal time.


When you hire professional roofing contractors during this season, they’ll usually work with you to schedule the best time to fix or replace your roof. This would sometimes take a while before they get to your home because of the demand during the season. You may even end up having your roof done during an extra hot and humid day, but at least your roofing project is finally underway.


While rainfall is hardly present during this time of year, it can get really hot depending on where you live. The increased heat and humidity will often have an effect on the working conditions of your roofing project (which can mean a longer completion time) and also affect your roofing materials (such as melted asphalt shingles), making them more easily damaged and scuffed.


Fall


This season is perfect for any roofing work because of the cool and stable weather conditions. It’s also ideal for many professional roof repair and replacement contractors to work in as they can work longer days without getting overheated, which means roofing work gets done faster.


If you think that you need your roof renovated to endure the upcoming winter weather, fall is the perfect season to have it done. The temperatures average between 45 degrees and 85 degrees with hardly any rainfall, making this season one of the best times of year for shingles to set and seal.


Fall can also be a busy time for roofing contractors as they’ll prioritize the most needed roofing repairs and replacements first. Unless you need emergency repairs, you can expect to wait a while before your trusted roofers come to your home and get your roofing done. This means that your roofing project can sometimes be pushed back into the beginning of winter depending on how much work is needed on your roof. To ensure your roof gets done sooner, we recommend booking your roofing project as early as a month or two to anticipate any delays that may arise.


Winter


This season can sometimes be difficult for some roofing contractors, but they can still work during this time of the year if the weather is favorable, and you need emergency roof repairs. One of the reasons why not a lot of homeowners schedule their roofing work during the winter season is because the temperatures can easily drop below 40 degrees, which can be problematic for asphalt shingles as they rely on thermal sealing to set properly. Shingles that get too cold during installation can crack and break due to the low temperatures.


But it’s not impossible to get your roofing done, provided that you hire the right roofing contractors who know what they’re doing when repairing or replacing your roof during this season. It’s also easier to schedule a roofing job at this time because not all homeowners think of having their repairs or replacements done in winter. And, if your hired contractors have the right experience, they’ll know how to apply shingles with specialized tools and ensure a proper installation as if they were done in the spring or summer season!


The Best Time to Schedule Your Roofing Work


This really depends on the kind of repair work that’s needed on your roof. If you have major leaks or a sagging roof that’s on the brink of collapse, then you’ll need an emergency replacement as soon as possible. Otherwise, you have the luxury of waiting for the right season for your roofing project. But whether it’s a simple roof repair or a full replacement, there’s no better time to have it done than now!


As one of the most reputable roofing contractors in the area, A1 Quality Roofing, Inc. has got you covered. You can get in touch with us by calling (951) 877-4406 or by filling out our convenient contact form.


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