Spring, Summer, Fall, or Winter?
Repairing or replacing your roof is a big task whether you choose to do it yourself or hire a professional to help you. Sometimes there are roofing emergencies that need attention right away.
Roofing can be an interesting project that needs the right combination of good weather and timing to be done correctly. What time of year is best for roofers in Vancouver to do their job well? It depends.
Summer is the common time to have big outdoor housing projects done because there is the greatest guarantee of good weather. However, this also means that contractors are busy and the project may take longer than at other times of the year.
Of course, it’s tricky to replace a roof when it’s rainy and cold, but not impossible. And planning for the early parts of Spring and Fall may save you time and still get the work done in good weather.
Rainy and Stormy vs. Warm and Sunny
If you live in Washington, particularly western Washington, you are probably familiar with the rain. It sometimes seems like there are only two seasons to every year: cloudy and rainy or less cloud and rainy. For roofing in Vancouver, you want to avoid replacing your roof in the winter months when it’s more likely to be rainy and stormy.
Roofing needs to be completed in dry weather where possible. For Washington, waiting until the arguably warmer spring and summer months roll around will give you your best chance of getting your roofing project done quickly.
Consider Your Climate
Outside of western Washington, you need to consider your climate. In the southwest states, roofing is better completed in spring or fall when the weather is a little cooler and before or after monsoon season hits. Midwest and northeast states should complete roofing projects in late spring or summer.
Get It Done Right When It’s Dry
Most of all, you want to get roofing done when the weather is dry. This means avoiding the rainy seasons, monsoons, and hurricanes. If you will be handling the roofing on your own, get a good group of friends together and tackle the project on a clear day.
If you plan on hiring a professional roofer like Dr. Roof, try to plan ahead and schedule a time when it’s likely to be dry. For Washington, the best time of year to get it done is late spring to early fall when it’s more likely to be sunny.