Top-rated Residential Roofing Company in The Garden State

We offer high-quality repairs, replacements, and installations of all types of roofs! Contact us today for a free quote on your next project.

Premium Roofing Services

The top residential roofing professionals in New Jersey are at Anchor Roofing & Construction. Our NJ roof specialists are skilled, informed, and experienced with efficient service at their core, ensuring the highest standard of work to every home. At Anchor Roofing & Construction, we place a high priority on friendliness and respect. Serving our neighbors drives us to consistently work at our highest level for the betterment of our communities.

Types of Roofs

We install, replace, and repair a variety of roof types, including:

Asphalt Shingle Roofs

Our most common choice for residential roofing is asphalt shingles. It's a favorite choice for home roofs because of their price and durability. Our residential roofing specialists will do the job correctly using only the best materials, giving you the assurance that your new asphalt roof is strong and dependable.

Metal Roofs

Since metal roofing systems may be less expensive over time than other materials, more and more homes are choosing them. Metal roofs are weather-resistant, have a longer lifespan, and require less upkeep.

Flat Roofs

Flat roofs are most common near the equator, but are increasing everyday in parts of New Jersey. Flat roofs can enhance the amount of usable outdoor space and can be simpler to build. They are low upkeep and can be very practical for solar panel installations.

Cedar Roofs

Cedar Roofs give a home a lovely finish and are arguably the most aesthetically attractive roof choice. It has a lengthy lifespan because of its toughness and resilience to storm damage. A cedar roof will show to be a worthwhile long-term investment.

Slate roofs

Slate roofs are considered to be the best sort of roof by most people. Slate has a gorgeous finish in its natural condition, but its longevity, which can be up to 200 years in some circumstances due to its remarkable durability, is what really sets it apart from other building materials.

How Can We Help?

Roof Installation

Choosing your new roof can be exciting, but can also be challenging. Anchor Roofing & Construction's mission is to make this process easy and enjoyable for you as a homeowner, while completing the job on time, with the highest level of quality.

Roof Replacement

Repairs are usually preferable to replacement, but occasionally a new roof is simply needed. Every time we finish a roof replacement service, we provide the finest caliber of workmanship. We will work with you to educate you on your options and prices so that you can make the best choice for your home.

Roof Repair

Major and simple roof repairs can often mean the difference between a damaged and compromised roof and one that looks and functions like new. No matter how big or little the work, Anchor Roofing & Construction's roof repair specialists are skilled and knowledgeable in all the complexities of roofing repairs.

When does a roof need to be replaced?

There are a variety of signs that may suggest that you need to replace your roof, but you should start by looking through your home improvement records to determine when the current roof was built and comparing that information to the material it is composed of. Some warning signs include curled or damaged shingles, missing granules, and simply a worn-out, weathered roof that makes it clear that a replacement is required.

Can you replace part of a roof?

If your roof is made of shingles or tiles, the only thing that is really necessary is to replace the damaged components. However, you might want to think about replacing your roof if the damages affect a significant size portion of your roof, as this may end up being the more economical long-term solution. 

How often should you replace a roof?

The roofing material has a big impact on this. The average lifespan of asphalt shingles is 30 years, while metal roofs can last as long as 75 years, concrete and clay tiles up to 100 years, and slate roofs last the longest up to 200 years.

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