If your commercial building needs a new roof, there is no wrong time to begin or complete the process. Oftentimes cooler, wetter weather sets in toward the end of the year and building owners and managers should consider whether their roof will be able to outlast another wet winter and spring season. In the fall, leaves, branches, and debris often collect on a roof, which can clog drains and vents, causing water to pond and possibly damage the roof.
Regardless of the month, now is the best time to evaluate the integrity of your roofing system. It’s always a good idea to take a roofing expert up on the roof to help you determine whether it needs replacing or simple maintenance.
If your roof needs replacing, the Duro-Last Roofing® system is formulated for installation with top-quality results during the marginal weather that we experience. A Duro-Last® installation does not require a specific daytime temperature range, and is not affected by humidity variations.