A commercial roofing project can take days or weeks depending on the size of your commercial building. There are several factors that can affect your project’s progress: weather, holidays, and availability of the crew. Follow our tips on keeping your commercial roofing project on schedule:
Set the Budget
The availability of certain materials can affect their price. If a particular material has low availability, then expect its price to be steep. Shipping materials also takes time you could use on working on your roof.
Be Aware of Peak Season
The season you choose to work on your roofing projects can affect the length it takes to finish it. Spring and summer are the peak seasons for home improvement projects. Roofing crews may be backed up several weeks at a time, and materials may be scarce due to high demand. Be sure to ask for the team’s schedule and availability ahead of time.
Consider Weather and Holidays
Roofing services are done outdoors and weather conditions can affect its progress. Scheduling your projects in off-seasons, however, can help keep your project stay on schedule.