Extreme Weather Woes
Best Practices and Tips for Cold-Weather RoofingAtlas Roofing
Snow, sleet and ice don’t necessarily freeze out business for roofing companies in the coldest parts of the country. While this type of weather can cause a winter slowdown for some roofers, many still need to make repairs and complete installations in frosty temperatures.
But there are many challenges that come along with cold-weather roofing, including worker safety (e.g., frostbite and falling) and supply and equipment usability (e.g., cracking shingles and improper sealing).
In a previous article, we addressed many of these product and safety concerns, explaining precautions and providing recommendations for working in frigid temps.
Read it now: “Brrring On the Cold Weather”