Winter Roofing Experts
Rain can most certainly hinder exterior home work, but cold weather and snow on the ground don’t have to derail a roof installation. Roofing season never really ends. Consider the mountain towns of Colorado or the consistent piling up of snow in Buffalo, New York. North Dakota, Wisconsin, Canada, Alaska and Greenland are all among places where winter is almost year round. Sometimes living in New Jersey it can feel that way. CKG Contractors Inc. has roofed through all kinds of weather that New Jersey has presented us. With the right combination of knowledge and tools, we have successfully installed new roofing systems on hundreds of homes across New Jersey in cold weather and multiple feet of snow.
Even on frigid days, in the sun the temperature of your roof is typically between 40 and 50 degrees fahrenheit. This allows the our nailing strip to seal properly between the fabric and the shingle. We also adjust the pressure of our nail guns to correctly install our materials and guarantee a secure application. Asphalt shingles were formerly manufactured with water, which made them break easily in freezing temperatures – yet new technology has produced shingles that are pliable and less brittle.
CKG Contractors Inc is there for our customers in all seasons – not just the fair weather ones. So you’ll be protected when big storms and blizzards hit. We come back when the snow melts to ensure all nails have been collected and to make sure no further work is required. We are one of New Jerseys most trusted Companies for a reason, and have the portfolio to back it up. Check out our website to see jobs we’ve done in your area, including testimonials and case study’s. Keep in mind that our work carries the CKG Contractors Platinum Guarantee. Only roofers with Preferred Contractor status can offer that.
Often, we stop and ask why we live in New Jersey, especially when we are faced with the trying rituals of defrosting cars, writing huge checks to oil companies and figure skating on slippery sidewalks. But us Jersians are hardy and find ways to live accordingly. Part of this due diligence is protecting your home. That gumption combined with a modernized approach to construction has allowed many contractors to make a successful living year round. It is never too late to winterize your home.