Even though we often experience mild winters here in Kentucky, we’re often asked if we can install a roof in the colder months of winter.
Yes, you can install a metal roof in the winter, but you probably shouldn’t install an asphalt one.
Asphalt needs higher ambient temperatures for the adhesive to bond and the shingles to stay attached to the deck. When the air gets cold, shingles become rigid, require more nails to install and have a greater risk of blowing off.
On the other hand, you can have our metal roofs installed at nearly any temperature. Since it doesn’t rely on adhesive to bond it to the deck, our metal panels can be interlocked and screwed down even in frigid weather.
Winter Roofing Installation in Kentucky
Don’t wait until spring; protect your home now from the coming storms of winter. Our team of friendly metal roofing professionals is available to answer your questions about installing a metal roof in cold weather.
We have the equipment, the trained installation teams and the availability to get your roof done, even in the winter.
Our team of friendly metal roofing professionals is available to answer your questions about metal roofing installation in cold weather and provide you with information on our metal roofing products.
And if you’d like to read more about how your roof is affected by cold temperatures, our own Todd Miller provides you with the specifics here.