As a general rule, the size of your house's roof is taken into account when estimating the time it takes to replace it. For instance, a 1,200-square-foot Craftsman home will take less time (usually 1 to 2 days) than a 3,600 square-foot, three-story Victorian home (3 to 4 days or more). Wooden shingles: six to eight days, slate tile, six to seven days, concrete tile, eight to nine days. This estimate is based on a crew size of five people and an area of 35 to 40 m2. All other conditions, such as material availability, inspection time, weather, etc., have been assumed favorably.
The larger your house is, the longer it will take to replace the roof and vice versa. For homes of less than 1200 m2. For bigger houses, anticipate the installation to take several more days. Additional repairs can significantly extend the overall duration of the project if there is structural damage to the roof covering or other elements of the house that are under the shingles. When replacing a roof, it is important to consider the size of the house and any additional repairs that may be needed.
Storms with heavy hail, lightning, strong winds, tornadoes, or blizzards in winter can cause significant roof damage. Low-sloped roofs (the slope of the roof) make it easier for crews to move quickly while steeply sloped roofs make movement very precarious and slow down progress. A house with rows of shrubs, a fence, and no paved surface near the access point will take longer to replace the roof than a house with an easily accessible roof. Now that you know how long it's going to take, you need to know what the day you change the roof will be like.
Replacing the roof of a small one-room cabin will be much faster than replacing the roof of a sprawling estate. If the roof covers between 2000 and 3000 square feet, you can expect this process to take around two days, and three days if it is between 3000 and 4000 square feet. It is also important to research new roofs on the market to learn more about your roofing options. The reason why it is necessary to have access to the roof in order to replace it is to tear off the old roof, put the detached materials into the dump truck, and then put the new materials back on the roof for installation.
A roof whose slope is shallow enough to stop water runoff will require a special subfloor so that accumulations of water cannot penetrate the shell envelope. For their own safety, workers have to move slower and more carefully, making roof replacement take longer. The information provided is intended to give you a better idea of the type of work needed to replace a roof measuring between 2,000 and 4,000 square feet in area. There won't be enough time for proper cleaning and I can guarantee that the roof will not be installed properly.