Contrary to many believes, roofing projects can be completed all year round. However, it’s important to note that weather conditions and temperature at the time of roof replacement or repair can impact the time and cost of the process. For example, in colder conditions, some materials can become more brittle, making them harder to be laid which can lengthen the time needed on the project.
Adverse weather conditions, such as high winds, heavy rain and a lightning storm, impose a significant risk to those working at height. We place great importance on keeping our people safe and monitor and manage the risks accordingly.
All of our roofing contractors are fully trained in working from height. This ensures that they have the knowledge and understanding to identify unsafe working conditions caused by weather.
When weather conditions impose a risk and are deemed unsafe, all work carried out at height will be postponed until safe to work again. On such occasions, we’ll always keep our clients fully informed of changes to their projects schedule.