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Is it ok to replace a roof in cold weather, the temp is about 30-40% this would be a take off because there is 2 layers of shingles.Thanks
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That is about minimum IMO. What does the manufacturer spec call for? I think most have a minimum of about 40. If it can be knocked out in a day or two of warmer sunny weather, you'd be OK, but it it is staying cold where you are, best to wait for spring.
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On 11/12/2010 10:52 PM, Ed Pawlowski wrote:

What he said. I'd only do it in weather that cold if I HAD to, and only if it was sunny clear weather. If it is leaking in one area, I'd be inclined to sacrifice a couple cheap Harbor Freight tarps, and just tarp that part of the roof till spring. Yes, it is definitely hillbilly, but it works.
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i would NOT replace a roof in cold weater.
the sealing stips on the shingles need heat to adhere, thats stick:)
by the time spring and warn weather comes dust will be on those strips, and they will never stick. that happened to a my old landlord, he had to replace the roof twice in 4 years. the shinle manufacturer refused to warranty it. those shingles never laid flat. hot dry weater is a must for roof replacement
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Using the keypad? Num Lock on? Is you app using "Latin-1 Western European"     (the column next to Part 1, Part 2, etc) at     http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO/IEC_8859
What char came back? May have to compare it to the sets in part 2-16.
May be way off but that's how I would approach it.
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