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Spring is the ideal time to do a deep clean on your home and take care of other pesky house maintenance tasks. It is also the best time to replace your roof. Read on as Spicer Bros, your trusted roofing contractor, explains why.

 Why Spring Is the Best Time to Replace Your Roof

Optimal Weather

Spring brings prime weather conditions for exterior home improvement projects like roofing. It is milder than winter and humidity tends to be lower than in the summer. High humidity can cause moisture damage to your roof during your replacement project.

In the spring, the days have begun to warm, making snowstorms that could delay your project highly unlikely. The shingles on a new roof need heat from the sun to seal well. Spring provides warm weather that can provide a good seal.

Roofers Have More Availability

Spring is a “slow” season for roofing projects compared to summer and fall. Most homeowners rush to get their roofing projects done in the fall before winter arrives. It’s much easier for roofing companies to meet your demands in the spring.

Late summer through fall is the busiest time of the year for most roofing companies. Many homeowners will have to wait up to a month if they can even find a contractor to replace their roof. Since spring is a slower season, scheduling your project is much easier.

Spring Roofing Projects Are More Affordable

Since spring is a slower season for roofers, you not only have more contractors to choose from but a more competitive market, and competition is the consumer’s best friend. This leads to getting the best roofing contractor for the best price.

Roofing suppliers wait until the busy season to increase their prices. In late summer through fall, you’ll usually see roofing rates increase. You can avoid this by scheduling a spring project.

A good roofing project needs an even better roofing company. Entrust your roofing replacement to Spicer Bros. Construction, Inc. We are an experienced roofing contractor serving Lewes, DE, and Denton, MD. Call us at (410) 546-1190 or (302) 703-6754.