Different Factors In Replacing Your Roof
If you are preparing to have the roof replaced on your home, then you are likely wondering what the time line for that looks like. The vast majority of the time, it will not change your schedule at all.
Roofing contractors work during the day, which usually means children are in school and adults are at work. However, even if you happen to be home when the work is being performed, you will still be ok. It is important to note that roofing involves a lot of materials and debris, so do not let your children or pets around these areas for safety reasons. There will also be a lot of noise, which can be a distraction.
What You Should Know
Roofing contractors do not work in bad weather. Replacing your roof is dangerous enough, adding inclement weather elements make it even more dangerous. So for the safety of everyone involved, we will not work in rain, sleet, lightening, or other storm conditions, which may slow the process down. In Oklahoma, the weather changes frequently but we try to give you the best estimate possible on a time frame.
The amount of people working also plays a factor in how long it can take. While it is preferred to have as many hands available to do the work, too many can get in each others way. The team at Roof Co have been performing roof replacements for a long time and have a well developed rhythm together that speeds things along.
How Much Roof Do You Have?
Another factor in the schedule of a roof replacement is the amount of surface to cover and the pitch of the roof. Larger homes and steeper roofs take a little more time to do than smaller homes would. Extra materials and safety precautions are a factor in the work.
Call The Best Tulsa Roofers
Roof Co professional roofers have been in the roofing industry for decades. We know how to work quickly and give you the highest quality and professional roofing service available. If you are needing your roof replaced, or an honest roof inspection, call us today or send us a message. We look forward to hearing from you!