Roofers in Little Falls, NJ
Allied Roofing Solutions installs new roofs, siding, and gutters as well as provides roof repairs and inspections in Little Falls.
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A 5-Star Roofing Contractor in Little Falls
Allied Roofing Solutions has proudly served the Little Falls Area, providing superior roofing and home exterior improvement services since 2007. In that time, we've achieved an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau and hundreds of 5-star ratings across Google, Angi, and Home Advisor.
When you need a roofing company you can trust to provide quality workmanship, top-tier materials, and competitive pricing, trust Allied Roofing Solutions.
Why Choose Our Roofing Company?
A+ Accredited Business
With 100s of 5-star ratings and an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, you can feel confident in the quality of our work.
Fully Licensed & Insured
We are state-licensed roofers and are fully insured, so your roof will meet proper guidelines and your property is safe.
No Subcontracting Labor
We never hire subcontractors. Our experienced team is on site from the beginning of preparation to cleaning up.
You can’t delay getting a roof for when you have the money, that’s why we offer convenient financing.
Our roofers work efficiently to get most jobs done in just 2 to 3 days without taking shortcuts.
We are proud to live, raise our families, and run our business right here in New Jersey.
Our Residential Roofing Services
We are full-service roofers in Little Falls providing everything you need to keep your home protected.
New Roof Installation
Our multi-step process and top-tier materials ensure durability for years to come. A roof replacement includes:
- Leak barrier to block heavy rain and ice dams from getting under your roof.
- Roof deck protection using reinforced underlayment.
- Starter strip shingles provide added wind protection
- Lifetime shingles in a variety of colors and styles stand up to the elements.
- Cobra attic ventilation keeps air circulating in your attic to keep it cooler in the summer and drier through the winter.
- Ridge cap shingles along the roof’s peak.
While asphalt shingles are our most popular option, we specialize in all types of roofing, including:
- Metal roofs
- Wood shingles or shakes
- Flat roofing
- Engineered rubber or plastic roofing
High winds, falling branches, and even squirrels can damage your roof. If the damage is localized or minor, we can fix it with a reliable, long-lasting roof repair that will blend in with your other shingles.
If you don't know the condition of your roof or how old it is, annual roof inspections give you the answers you need. We inspect structural elements, materials, and workmanship to determine any damage or areas of concern so you can make an informed decision.
If your current gutters are cracked, leaking, or overflowing, we can install new gutters that will provide the protection you need.
Don't let dated, stained, or damaged siding ruin your curb appeal. We can install new siding that adds beauty, value, and protection to your home in a variety of materials.
- Natural Wood
Frequently Asked Questions
How Long Does a Shingle Roof Last?
A shingle roof lasts around 15 to 20 years, barring severe weather or poor maintenance. If you don’t know how old the roof is or you know it’s at least 15 years old, schedule to have your roof inspected.
Other roof’s lifespans include:
- Asphalt with laminate: 20-30 years
- Metal: 30+ years
- Clay or concrete tile: 50+ years
- Slate: up to 25 years
- Cedar wood shakes: up to 25 years
Can You Install Shingles Over an Existing Roof?
Installing new shingles on top of existing shingles is called reroofing. While it can be done, we don’t recommend it because it doesn’t offer the same protection as a brand new roof. Though the initial cost less expensive, this practice makes the house difficult to inspect and repair, and it’s harder to install a new roof in the future. 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?
While you think that hiring an unlicensed roofer to install your roof will save money, it can cost a lot in the long run. A licensed roofer in Little Falls has proven they have the skills necessary to install roofing the right way, and there are repercussions to cutting corners and not following proper best practices.
A licensed roofing company will probably be insured, though you should verify. If they don’t have insurance, you could be liable if a worker gets injured while installing the roof or you may have to pay out of pocket if any damage to your property occurs.
How Do I Know I Need a New Roof?
We recommend getting a quote for a new roof if it’s approaching the end of its lifespan, you see signs of water damage on the ceiling, 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?
Several factors determine the price of a new roof including its material, slope, and square footage. Additional structural damage and complex features can add to the price. To help you avoid the sticker shock, we provide free estimates as well as offer 0% financing for 24 months.
Schedule a Free Estimate with Our Roofers in Little Falls Today!
If you need a roofer in Paterson, NJ, schedule a free estimate today. We also offer roofing services in Woodland Park, Totowa, Cedar Grove, and Clifton.