Roofers in Morris County, NJ
Allied Roofing Solutions provides residential roofing services including new roofs, roof repair, roof inspection, new siding, and gutter installation in Morris County.
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A Morris County, NJ Roofer You Can Rely On
At Allied Roofing Solutions, Inc., we are dedicated to providing roofing services that homeowners can rely on, whether it's a simple roof repair or a whole roof replacement. We have a well-earned reputation for top-tier customer service. Given the importance of cost in your decision-making process, we are sharing our updated New Jersey Roof Replacement Cost Guide for 2023 to assist you in making an informed decision.
Morris County Roofing Service Areas
Why Choose Our Roofers?
A+ Accredited Business
The Better Business Bureau has given our roofing company an A+ ranking, showing we operate in a trustworthy manner and strive for customer satisfaction.
Fully Licensed & Insured
Our roofing contractors are fully licensed and insured, so your property is protected and our work is guaranteed to be the highest quality.
No Subcontracting Labor
We don’t subcontract labor. From beginning preparations to cleaning up your property, our roofing professionals are on site from start to finish.
Get a new roof when you need it with our competitive pricing and 0% financing for 24 months.
We don’t cut corners but we do work quickly to get most roor replacements complete in 2-3 days.
Our Residential Roofing Services
Our Roofing Replacement Process
- A leak barrier blocks heavy rain or ice dams from infiltrating your home.
- Roof deck protection using high-quality, fiberglass-reinforced underlayment.
- The starter strip ensures optimal wind protection.
- Lifetime shingles act as the first line of defense against harsh wind, rain, hail, and severe weather.
- Cobra attic ventilation to keep air cycling through your attic so it stays cooler in the summer and drier in the winter.
- For information about the lifespan of different types of roof shingles, please refer to our comprehensive guide on shingle lifespan, “How Long Do Roof Shingles Last?”
Severe weather, falling tree limbs, and even animals can cause extensive roof damage. If there are localized areas of concern but the roof is in otherwise good condition, we can fix the damage with a roof repair that we can match to your existing shingles.
Get peace of mind with a comprehensive, free roof inspection where we assess the roof materials, structural integrity, and more.
- Structural Inspection
- Material Inspection
- Interior Inspection
- Workmanship Analysis
Damaged gutters can cause water to back up under your roof as well as pooling around your home’s foundation, causing leaks and damage. We install efficient fascia-style gutters that carry more water away from your home while having a more attractive appearance to improve your curb appeal.
When it's time for new siding we can replace your current cladding with premium materials that not only enhance your home's appearance but also safeguard it against potential damage. This upgrade not only adds value to your property but also offers peace of mind.
- Natural Wood
Frequently Asked Questions About Roofing
How Long Does a Roof Last?
Typically, asphalt shingle roofs last between 15 and 20 years, though severe weather and improper maintenance can cause damage that will decrease that timespan. If you’re not sure how old your roof is or you suspect damage, schedule a roof inspection to ensure it’s in good shape.
In addition to asphalt shingles, this is the typical lifespan of other roofing materials:
- Asphalt 15-20 years
- Asphalt (with laminate) 20-30 years
- Metal 30+ years
- Clay Tile 50+ years
- Concrete Tile 50+ years
- Slate 15-25 years
- Cedar Wood 15-25 years
Please read our Comprehensive Guide on Shingle Lifespan to learn about the different types of roof shingles and how long each one should last on your home.
Do you Offer a Lifetime Warranty for your Shingles?
Yes. Because we’ve earned the designation as an Owens Corning Platinum Preferred Contractor, we offer a Lifetime Warranty on shingles and other materials as well as workmanship.
Can You Install Shingles Over an Existing Roof?
Adding a layer of shingles over existing shingles is called reroofing and can be done to save money on the cost of a roof. However, this does come with downsides. An added layer can make a roof more difficult to inspect for damage, it will increase the cost of future projects, and it can null and void the manufacturer’s warranty on your materials. Also, some homes may not bear the extra weight of a second layer of shingles.
Do I Have to Work with a Licensed and Insured Roofing Company?
The short answer to this is yes. While legally you don’t have to, a licensed roofing contractor will have the verified knowledge and experience to do the job properly and there can be repercussions against them when they don’t follow standard guidelines.
Similarly, insurance coverage is necessary to avoid liability or repairs to your home. For example, if you work with an uninsured roofing contractor and a member of the crew is injured, you may be liable for their medical expenses. Also, if your property is damaged, such as a broken window or lawn damage, you would have to pay for the repairs. An insured company would be responsible, otherwise.
How Do I Know I Need a New Roof?
We would suggest starting with an inspection for a new roof if it’s over 15 years old, or you see signs of roof damage, including:
- Loose, damaged, or missing shingles
- Curling or buckled shingles
- Damaged or missing flashing
- Shingle granules in your gutters or in the yard, or shingles that are missing their granules
- Broken gutters
How Much Does a New Roof Cost?
The cost is determined by the square footage, slope, whether there’s existing damage under the shingles, and the materials involved. However, we know it can be difficult to plan for this, which is why we provide free estimates so you know what’s involved as well as 0% financing for 24 months so you don’t have to put off a roof when you need it today. For more information please refer to our 2023 New Jersey Roof Replacement Cost Guide for valuable insights into the pricing of different roofing types and sizes.
Can a Roof Project be Financed for 0%?
Yes! 0% financing is available for 24 months
Request a Free Estimate from Our Roofers in Morris County, NJ
If you have roof damage, leaks, or you know it's getting older, contact our roofing company today. We work all across Morris County, NJ, and with our fast turnaround times, competitive pricing, and 24-month financing, we make it easy to get a roof replacement. Schedule your free estimate for roofing services today by calling (201) 773-0633 or filling out the contact form below to get started.
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