Roofing in Pacific Northwest seasons

Spring, Summer, or Fall: When is the Best Time to Call a Professional Roofer?

Every year, Americans spend about $10,000 – $25,000 to replace their old roof with a new one. The National Renewable Energy Laboratory estimates that around 2.3 million homes will need roof replacement over the next ten years. 

The roof’s durability is dependent on the materials used and the weather conditions in their area. But most high-quality roofs can last from 20 to 50 years. While some homeowners love to tackle leaks as DIY projects, complex roof issues are best left for a professional roofing contractor to handle.

What happens when you call for roof replacement during the rainy or winter season?

Ideally, you’d want to call for immediate roof replacements during roof emergencies. Perhaps, the leak’s size is growing and there are risks of falling materials or debris. Besides dangerous scenarios, you would call a contractor for an annual inspection of your roof.

Unfortunately, many homeowners neglect to take into consideration the right season for roof replacements. Some folks call during a thunderstorm, rainfall, or snowfall season. At this rate, roofers will have to stop during a heavy rain or bad weather. 

Delays like these could’ve been avoided if homeowners planned the roof inspection more carefully. Roofing companies will tell you that the best time to install long-lasting roofs is when it’s sunny and dry. 

What time of the year should you call a roofing contractor? 

For Washington State residents, the best time to call for a roof inspection and possible roof replacement is in late spring (April and May), early summer (June), and early fall (September). These seasons are characterized by relatively sunny weather.

These roofing seasons can be very busy. This is because homeowners ask for roof inspection and replacement as part of their preparation for the oncoming harsh weather, like wind, rain and snow. 

However, experienced roofers can help you schedule inspections in advance. Many roofing contractors also practice efficient inventory and tracking to ensure that specific roofing materials are available for their clients. 

What are the benefits of getting roof inspection or repairs?

A roof inspection in late spring, early summer, or early fall allows a residential and commerciasl roofers to find winter roof damages. If the roofing contractor suggests replacing the old roof, good weather can provide the best conditions (and temperature) for sealing these replacements. 

In particular, repairs and replacements done during spring help keep your professional roofers safe. Sometimes, summer temperatures can make installments physically challenging or risky.

Why should you avoid skipping roof inspection and repair? 

When budgeting or schedules don’t meet, some homeowners would resort to skipping roof replacement altogether. However, we recommend to stay vigilant when it comes to your roofing needs.  

Meeting your roofing contractor can help you secure an important asset that protects you and your family from harsh external elements. In fact, some would argue that roof replacements aren’t considered expense, because these replacements are investments. As a long-term investment (i.e., 20 to 50 years), it’s essential that homeowners learn how to get it fixed before the damage becomes irreversible and costly. 

To get you covered during roofing season, get in touch with roofing experts from the Asset Roofing Company. Our roofers are equipped with the right weather apps, so we can estimate the right time to inspect and install the best roofing replacements for your home.  

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