Have Your New Roof Installed for Summer

Installing a new roof is a huge deal and can be a very exciting project to have complete. Not only will you gain visual appeal, but you could also be making your home more energy-efficient.

The time of the year you have your roof installed plays a huge part in the decision-making process. Sometimes you can’t help which time of year you have a roof installed, as this can be an emergency job in some situations.

However, if you can help it, you should shoot for having your roof installed during or right before summer. In this article, we’ll explain why.

Why Summer?

Summer, or the time just before summer, can be a great time to have your new roof installed. There are multiple reasons why, which we’ll dive into below.


It’s possible to get a better deal on your roof just before summer. Why is this?

Believe it or not, summer isn’t the busy season for roofers. Spring is the busiest season because of the high number of thunderstorms and hail damage.

Roofing sales companies travel all over the United States looking for roof damage, so contractors stay incredibly busy. If you choose to have your roof installed during the summer or just before, you’re more likely to save a little bit of money and have the job completed much faster.


The conditions play a huge role in the installation of your roof. Several different types of roofing installations require middle-to-high temperatures to produce the most efficient results.

Normally, installing a roof is not a good idea when temperatures dip below 40 degrees. Just before summer or right at the beginning is an ideal time for optimal temperatures. Conditions are perfect for the installation materials, and it’s not too hot for the roofing crew.


Summer produces some of the best weather of the year. You have high odds of thunderstorms during the spring and fall, and the winter can be out of the question.

Having your roof installed during the summer months gives you the lowest odds of incurring damage to your new roof. The last thing you want is to invest the money into a roof, only to have it immediately damaged.

Being smart about when you have your roof installed can produce the most optimal results. Great installation conditions, the chance to save money, and low damage odds create the perfect recipe for roof installation during the summer. Here at Stanley Exteriors, we can help you with the right choice for a new roof this summer. Contact us today for a free consultation for your home’s new roof.

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