When planning your roof replacement or roof repair project, it’s important to know the timeline so that you can properly prepare for the work being done on your property. The amount of time it takes to complete your project can vary depending on a variety of factors. Read below to learn more about some factors that could impact your project.
What Can Affect the Process Time?
Roofers can only work on your roof repair or roof replacement when it is safe to do so, and things like ice and rain can impact that. The best weather for a new roof installation is clear, sunny weather when the day is not too cold or hot. Temperatures over 80 degrees and under 40 degrees can impact the integrity of roofing materials.
Roofing Material or Design
The type of roofing material and design you choose will influence the length of time it takes to replace your roof or complete roof repair. Asphalt shingle roofing is relatively straightforward to install, so it can take as little as one or two days. Wood roofing and slate roofing take approximately one week to install, and tile roofing takes about eight to 10 days.
Size of House and Slope of Roof
Homes and businesses with a steeper slope require additional safety measures to keep the roofers safe, so the timeline will typically be longer than a comparable project with a less steep roof. Additionally, bigger homes have a larger surface area, so the installation process takes longer.
Are you having a roof replacement due to structural damage to your home or property? This damage will need to be repaired before the new material can be placed, or you’ll risk an unsafe roof that needs to be repaired or replaced again soon.
Method of Repair
Depending on the roof material of your current roof, different repair and replacement methods will be available. The tear-off method removes the old roof before replacing it with the new one, but overlaying new roofing material onto the old roof can save you time.
The team at Crosby Roofing & Seamless Gutters is happy to answer any questions you have about the potential timeline for your roof replacement or roof repair project. For a free estimate or to learn more, contact us today.