Residential roofing projects can be tackled just about any time of year in Denver, except for winter. You’ll find that the winter season can be somewhat harsh and temperatures can drop quite a bit, although not as much as in areas that are closer to the tallest points in the Rocky Mountains. Nevertheless, the winter in Denver has quite a reputation, and most roofers will tell you that materials like roofing cement will not fare well in this time period.
Aside from winter, there are also some periods that are not really recommended, especially for larger projects. For example, if you own a large mansion or even a moderate sized house, chances are your roof will take longer than a day to install. In the early spring and late autumn, the temperature differences can be quite pronounced between day and nighttime, so any roofing materials left exposed to the elements at night will be problematic to work with the next day.
In most instances, the best time for a roofing project is late summer or late spring. During these times, the weather in Denver is pretty balanced, and you won’t have to deal with any major issues. However, it can also be an advantage to manage your roofing projects slightly out of season in order to make sure that a greater number of preferred Denver roofing contractors will be available to choose from for your roof replacement project.