I live in the north part of Ohio, still cold and damp with the snow
melting. My garage roof is in need of repair. Parts are leaking due to
melting snow. My question is this. When is a good time to repair the
roof. I know what to do, but should I wait until the weather is a bit
warmer or is it ok to repair it when it is still cold and damp.
Thanks for the help
On 14 Feb 2004 12:07:22 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org (Gary) wrote:
My shingles came wrapped with install instructions that said the
temperature had to be above 45 degrees or the shingles would break and
be ruined when installing them. Also, they could be ruined if it is
Read your instructions on the shingles you plan on using and then
worry about the installers.
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