Certainly! When getting a new roof installed, there will be some level of noise involved. However, the extent of the noise can vary depending on factors such as the roofing material used and the specific activities involved in the installation process. For example, metal roofs tend to produce more noise during installation compared to asphalt shingles or clay tiles. The noise is typically temporary and lasts only during the installation process. Roofing activities such as removing the old roof, hammering, nailing, and using power tools can contribute to the noise level. It’s worth noting that reputable roofing contractors take measures to minimize disruptions and adhere to local noise regulations. The timing of the work is usually during daytime hours, but you can discuss scheduling options with your roofing contractor to address any concerns about noise. If you’re sensitive to noise, closing windows and doors can help reduce noise transmission into your home, and using earplugs or earmuffs can provide personal noise protection. It’s important to remember that the noise generated during a roof replacement is temporary and typically lasts for a few days to a week, depending on the size and complexity of the project. Communication with your roofing contractor can help manage any concerns or specific requirements you may have regarding noise. Here My Roofers Auckland we strive to reduce noise wherever possible. We too like our Auckland streets quiet!