When was the last time your roof was replaced? Whether it happened before you moved in or you’ve been a resident long enough to see the previous roo replacement, it’s a good idea to stay in touch. Roofs tend to end up “out of sight; out of mind,” but they work hard day in and day out to protect the rest of your home from the elements. When they have trouble, everybody has trouble, and at Tim Leeper Roofing, we don’t think there’s any need for things to get that far
Depending on what type of roofing material you have, you’ll need to replace it at different times. Asphalt shingles last about 20 years; laminate and wood shingles last 50 years, clay tiles last 80 years, and slate can last up to 100 years. If you know you’re coming due for a replacement, we want to encourage you to contact us immediately. It’s September, which means we’ve entered one of the best times to replace your roof: the fall.
IDEAL WEATHER CONDITIONS
The best weather for roof installation is sunny and clear with temperatures between 45 and 50 degrees Fahrenheit. This is especially true if you’re getting asphalt shingles installed. Asphalt shingles have seal strips that depend on ambient warmth to melt and seal them down, a system called thermal sealing. Additionally, let’s not forget the roofing crew: working in cooler fall temperatures makes for much better working conditions.
At Tim Leeper Roofing, we understand that roof replacement can be daunting. That is why we take the time to understand your budget and goals. A solid roof brings peace of mind, and we have extensive experience that empowers us to deliver just that. We believe that roof replacement can be painless. We are ready to show you just how easy the process can be. Turn to us for unmatched roofing services in Tennessee!