Early February is an excellent time to prune repeat flowering roses. And now is the time to get this done if you haven't pruned them already.
Repeat flowering roses are those that bloom heavily in the spring and early summer, then intermittently through the summer, and heavy blooming again in October through early to mid December.
Roses are pruned for a variety of reasons. One of them is to stimulate new growth. Another reason is to control the size of the bush.