You’ve probably seen our advertisements recently about repairing roofs in the wintertime. And as great as the response has been, we’ve also receive quite a bit of skeptic comments about if this can truly be done well.

A lot of people ask, “Don’t you need heat from the sun to help seal the shingles correctly?” The buzz is: “If you repair a roof in too cold of temperatures, the shingles won’t stick to each other, and they’ll easily blow off. That’s why a lot of companies won’t warrant the work they do in the winter time.”

So, we’d like to set the record straight; to answer the question:  Is it possible to properly repair a roof in freezing temperatures?