It really depends on the weather conditions afterward; it could be 8, 12, or 16 hours; just use common sense if you are unsure whether or not you should, err on the side of caution, and wait.
You need to put down a synthetic felt (which is like tar paper; they come in 4-foot rolls and are made out of paper, tar, oil, and other things) or underlayment, and you want to put that down before you…
It is not advisable to do roofing over wet plywood; if you do not let the plywood dry first, you are trapping water on wet plywood, which can cause rot.
It is not okay to roof in the rain because when you are replacing a roof, you have to pull off the old roof, and the rainwater on the wood causes rot. It's also just not safe to be on…
Metal roofing might be best for collecting rainwater because it has better infrastructure.
We would say that in your normal Kansas (40–60 miles per hour) wind, you might have a few shingles missing the next day; if it's 70–90 miles per hour, there are going to be some roofs missing after that.
Depending on the gauge, it could or couldn't be; typically, a metal roof is going to hold up over time, so it might sustain a cost.
Before roofing material is bought from a licensed vendor, it has already been tested for wind, hail, and UV resistance. The material usually comes labeled.
As long as the application is put on as it should, the roofing systems in Kansas are designed to withstand tornadoes. Any architectural shingle that we put on comes with a wind warranty of about 50 to 60 miles per…
A hurricane roof just means more fasteners per square foot than other states.