Roof replacement can take a day to several weeks to complete.
The longevity of the project can be affected by various factors. Read along to explore the factors that affect the longevity of roof replacement.
It is obvious that a larger roof will mean more time needed. The contractor has to take off the old roof, fit the new one, and tidy up once everything’s in place.
Oftentimes, damages to the roof occur only in some specific spots. If that’s the case, how long the project takes hinges on the extent of the roof that needs replacement.
Rain, snow, extreme heat, and strong winds can all delay a roof project. They’re unsafe for the workers and can also worsen the roof condition. Make sure to plan accordingly.
Apart from accessing the roof's top, the angles, slopes, and other architectural elements can pose challenges for roofers. This can significantly affect the project's duration as workers navigate these obstacles.
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