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Plan Ahead: What’s an Average Commercial Roofing Timeline in Arizona?

If you’re looking to reinvigorate or reinforce your commercial roof, there are a lot of factors to consider: budget, materials, colors.  But one that really might be holding you up from scheduling a roofing consultation is the timeline.  After all, you don’t want to disrupt your business or staff too much, especially when you’re trying to get back to normal!

As one of the best roofing companies in Arizona, we’ll help you understand and plan for the timeline of your next roofing project.

How Long Does a Roofing Job Take?

On average, roofing jobs take anywhere from two days to a few weeks.  While this directly correlates to your needs  (a repair usually goes faster than a total replacement), there are other influencing factors:

  • Size and design of the roof
  • Existing or selected materials
  • Unexpected weather changes

Experienced roofers understand how to work quickly and efficiently.  After our initial inspection, we’ll create an approximate timeline for the work quoted and get you scheduled.  This provides time to communicate with employees, vendors, and customers and prepare for what’s ahead.

Breaking Down a Roofing Timeline

Before undertaking any Arizona roofing job, we’ll do a thorough inspection to understand what’s needed and offer our expert recommendations, including a thorough estimate for the anticipated work.

Once the project begins, we’ll arrive on time with the necessary materials and equipment and begin removing any damaged elements.  From there, our team will repair or replace your roof as effectively as possible until its completion.  If something comes up, for example, if we uncover a more significant problem or run into an unforeseen issue, we articulate it right away.

With our work completed, your roof is checked to ensure it’s up to code and ready to withstand the elements.  Finally, our team cleans up the area, ensuring your space looks better than we found it.  The last thing we want to do is leave behind unsightly debris.

Curious about your upcoming commercial roofing project?  Our SUNVEK Roofing team can answer your roofing questions and concerns

The Best Time of Year to Tackle Arizona Roofing Needs

We want to tackle your roofing repairs or replacements when we have the least probability of weather interference.  To avoid disruptions during monsoon season, we want to avoid July and August.  That means April, May, and June are ideal times to schedule this work.

Of course, those months book up first, so plan ahead to get a time on our schedule.  Staying on top of your roof maintenance and avoiding a severe issue means you have the time to compare costs and make the best decisions for your commercial building and budget.

However, if your roof is in severe disrepair or you notice leaks, you want immediate assistance.  Prolonging the problem can exacerbate issues and lead to more expensive repairs.

More roofing questions? Check out our FAQs page.

Get an Estimate for Your Commercial Roofing Timeline

Before you repair or replace your commercial roofing, you want to be sure you’re hiring a highly-rated Arizona roofing company.  Read through our testimonials to see how happy our clients are with our work ethic and final results.

Then schedule your own appointment and see how we put quality to the test!


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