Your New Jersey Roofing Contractor for Metal, Cedar, Slate and Flat Roofs
Here at Blue Ribbon Exterior Remodeling, we do our absolute best to bring you quality roofs crafted by leading professionals in the New Jersey roofing industry. We will make suggestions as to the best overall roofing option for your New Jersey home and have seen our roofs withstand even the harshest elements to a reasonable extent. Don’t settle for second best when our New Jersey roofing contractors have a reputation for excellence!
Our Quality New Jersey Roof Types
Our New Jersey metal roofing products are built to withstand the test of time. In addition, they are fire retardant and virtually maintenance-free. Also, having a metal roof that dissipates heat before warming your home is a great boon for energy efficiency. By some estimates, metal roofs imbibe 34% less heat than the most popular type of roof, asphalt shingles, allowing home owners to spend up to 20% less on their monthly power bills. Read More
Both beautiful and economically friendly, cedar roofs are a wonderful adornment to your New Jersey home. Having a roof that is both the embodiment of class and environmental awareness is sure to add style and class to your roof, and our roofing contractors have years of experience installing them safely and with the utmost attention to aesthetic quality. Read More
A slate roof may have a higher initial cost of installation but will last much longer with a much lower cost of maintenance. The apex of quality is determined by blending both long term durability and beauty, and slate roofs are an excellent choice to achieve just that. Read More
Flat roofs or built-up roofs (BUR), are known for their economic viability and are perhaps one of the most popular roofing systems on the market.
Areas that don’t receive much precipitation or are otherwise considered as dry climate areas are perfect for flat roofs. Certain structural requirements must be met if you are looking to upgrade your existing roof to a flat roof: your current roof must have relatively few or small slopes. As an attainder, certain extra maintenance requirements must be met in order for your New Jersey flat roof to be durable and lasting going forward. Debris collection and water leakage are common symptoms of an improperly installed or maintained flat roof. Our roofing contractors will give you both the suggestions and proper installation of your New Jersey flat roof system.