Due to the unseen nature of roofing and exterior shell waterproofing, most of us do not think of our roofing needs until it rains and something leaks – when it’s too late. Usually the time of year this occurs is the fall and winter. But does it make sense for you to consider roofing and waterproofing maintenance in the spring and summer? If you like value, then the answer should be yes!
Let me give you a mental image of the life of a roofing contractor in the fall. All of the phone lines are lit in the office. Customers are requesting more bids than can be accommodated. Due to the high demand, labor and material costs are higher. Profit margins rise dramatically as a natural result of supply and demand. An increase in hiring to meet the demand may result in less-experienced workmen onsite.
Conversely, in the spring and …