When to Reshingle


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Old 02-26-01, 10:49 AM
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I live in Northwest Pennsylvania in a Cape Cod that's approximately 20 years old. Anyway, the shingles on the roof are worn and I'd like to replace them. My question is, are there temperature restrictions to tearing and reshingling a roof? I was told that this shouldn't be done if the temperature is going to drop below 40F day or night
 
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Old 02-28-01, 04:36 AM
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Your information was not correct. You can shingle down to
20 degrees. It just makes it harder, and colder. You will be getting some warm weather soon. As soon as it starts getting up to 40 during the day, you can do it.
 
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Old 02-28-01, 06:50 AM
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Originally posted by Jack the Contractor
Your information was not correct. You can shingle down to
20 degrees. It just makes it harder, and colder. You will be getting some warm weather soon. As soon as it starts getting up to 40 during the day, you can do it.

Many thanks for your timely reply.
 
 

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