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DJK Roofing NJ - GAF Master Elite Roofing Contractor

How to Avoid Problems with Your Roofer

Roofing Problems and SolutionsThe home improvement industry is riddled with amateur handymen that can put a “band-aid” on your problem, but don’t do it the right way and only cause a bigger headache down the road.  In order to avoid a bad experience, you need to ask the right questions to ensure your roofer has the qualifications to get the job done correctly.

With this in mind, let’s take a look at some of the most common complaints that we’ve heard from customers who had this nightmare experience with a past contractor.

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DJK Roofing is Now GAF Master Elite

DJK Roofing New Jersey - GAF Master Elite Certificate LetterDJK Roofing has achieved the rare status of a GAF Master Elite Certified Contractor, which is an accomplishment that only 2% of all roofing professionals attain.  We believe this honor is a perfect example of our on-going commitment to providing the best value and customer service for our residential customers in the South Jersey area.

Along with becoming a Master Elite roofing contractor, we are now able to extend to you the absolute best warranties in the business for roof replacements that will last a lifetime.

If you need a roofer in New Jersey to protect your home, we would be happy to answer any questions that you might have and provide a no-obligation in-home estimate.

Give us a call today at (856) 778-3900!

 

Hiring a Roofing Contractor

If you need a new roof, the first step in your search for a roofing contractor may be based on the potential cost of the project. While the cost and estimated project time (from start to completion) are important factors, the most important will undoubtedly be the quality of the work. With an eye on quality, here are a few points to note when considering potential contractors.

Is the contractor certified, licensed and insured?

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Remove Snow to Prevent a Roof Collapse

Snow on Roof in Bellmawr, NJSnow during the winter season can weigh you down; it can also impact the roof of ones home in a serious manner. Here are a few helpful signs and suggestions that may help you avoid roof damage.

Depending on the amount of moisture content, the weight of snow can vary. Needless to say the heavier the load the higher the risk. An important aspect to consider is the slope. A flat or slight slope will allow snow to accumulate. This accumulation can compromise the structural integrity and cause damage.  Conversely, a steep slope allows snow to slide off; relieving the potential pressure of a thick covering.

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Welcome to the DJK Roofing Blog

You will find informative articles detailing different roofing types, when it’s best to replace your roof and how to choose from various materials.

Come back often to learn more!