When is it too cold to shingle a roof? In a perfect world, roofing would always be done on a warm day, with no chance of rain or snow.
When purchasing a new home, the roof is the most important and potentially the costliest item to replace. A good roof will protect your home for 20 years or more.
Roofing spot checks can be performed by you, the homeowner, twice per year – once in spring after the snow disappears, and once in fall before it reappears.
As summer temperatures soar, the temperatures on your roof soar even higher. Roof temperatures are typically 8˚C to 40˚C higher than temperatures on the ground.
All of Alberta is a thunderstorm and tornado zone. With these storms come high winds, which can cause harm to your roof. However, big storms only account for a portion of our province’s wind damage roofing claims. Any high wind can create problems for your home.