Are you wondering, when should you replace your roof? That depends on a lot of factors including:
-what kind of roof you have
-how well you maintain it
-what kind of weather it endures
-if it has unfixed damage
The best temperatures for roof installation is between 70 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. It becomes too cold to roof your home when the temperature drops below 40° F. Roof installation and replacement require adhesive products that need the sun’s heat for activation.
Changing seasons can largely impact many factors of your roof replacement – rain, snow, heat, humidity. These weather conditions could also affect how quickly your job can be completed.
As a general rule, heat can pose a danger to roofing technicians when temperatures climb above 90 degrees. The heat index, which reflects both the temperature and the humidity, means that temperatures below 90 degrees can be dangerous, too. Be cautious of this when deciding when to do roofing repairs.