Expert Roofing Provides a Full Range of Residential and Commercial Roofing Services

The roof of a home is one of the most important parts of a building. It provides protection and safety, enhancing curb appeal and energy efficiency. Missing shingles can cause leaks, which may lead to serious water damage. Roofing contractors can quickly identify these problems and make the necessary repairs.

Roofing ServicesExpert Roofing provides a full range of residential roofing services, including asphalt, tile, slate, and metal roofs and custom roofwork, skylights, gutters, and siding. The roofer at is experienced in dealing with insurance claims. Its team comprises cross-trained professionals who can help homeowners with roofing, remodeling, and renovation needs. They are licensed and insured and offer manufacturer warranties. They also provide a free on-site inspection and estimate before beginning any work. They keep projects on schedule and provide a clean-up service after completion.

Expert Roofing’s commercial roofing services provide expert roofing installation, maintenance and repair for a wide variety of commercial roof types. From retail buildings to restaurants, hotels, churches and apartment complexes, our professional team has the skills and experience to handle any commercial roof project.

We offer a range of complementary exterior home renovation services in addition to our roofing expertise. Our cross-trained professionals specialize in carpentry, painting and masonry services. This allows our clients to save time and money using the same contractor for all their home improvement projects.

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Metal roofing provides a variety of options for aesthetics as well as longevity and durability. Whether you want the classic look of standing seam roofs or the dimensional effect and texture of asphalt, slate or tile, the variety of color and design allows for beautiful matching with your home and neighborhood patterns. In addition, metals such as aluminum, copper and steel provide superior durability and are highly recyclable at the end of their life cycle.

Because they reflect radiant heat rather than absorb it, metal roofs significantly reduce cooling costs and often qualify for energy rebates from the utility companies. They also resist the culprits that degrade other types of roofs such as mold, mildew and insects. Some roofs can be designed to shed ice and snow quickly, further reducing periodic maintenance needs.

Like any roof, a metal roof must be properly installed to unlock its full potential of longevity and durability. Because of this, homeowners often prefer to work with a company that not only specializes in roofing, but can also provide general contracting services for other parts of the home, such as carpentry, painting and masonry. Montclair Roofing offers these broader capabilities through its cross-trained staff of professionals.

While it may be more expensive than other types of roofing materials, a metal roof can ultimately pay for itself in savings over time. Most varieties of metal roofs weigh considerably less than a tile or ceramic shingle roof, reducing the load on the building structure and increasing its service life.

In addition, a steel roof requires far less structural support than a concrete tile roof, allowing it to be installed on much older buildings or on new construction without the need for additional support. A metal roof is an excellent choice for properties in the coastal zone where hurricanes and other tropical weather events can cause serious damage.

Whether your roof is damaged by a storm, or you have worn out or missing shingles, Expert Roofing can help. We offer a free on-site inspection, and we can recommend a repair or replacement that is affordable, durable, and meets your aesthetic preferences. We can also help you navigate the insurance claim process. We have years of experience working with homeowners and business owners. Our customers love the quality of our work and how fast we respond to their calls.

Asphalt shingles are the most popular roofing material in America and are a cost-effective option. They are durable, easy to install and come in a wide variety of colors and styles. They are also fire-resistant, provide sound protection and help inhibit algae growth.

They are manufactured using a fiberglass or organic mat that is saturated in an asphalt solution and then covered with ceramic-coated mineral granules. The granules are colored to enhance the aesthetic of the roof. These shingles are commonly cut in the “three-tab” style but are available in many shapes, sizes and colors. They are designed to work on steep-sloped roofs and should not be used on flat or low-sloped ones.

The shingle base is either organic (made of waste paper, cellulose or wood fiber) or fiberglass (glass fibres coated in asphalt and salt coatings). It is then covered with an asphalt solution and surfaced with solid ceramic-coated mineral granules. This gives them their water resistance and ability to withstand high winds.

During the manufacturing process, the granules are also treated with chemicals to prevent UV rays from damaging the shingles. In addition, the underside of the shingle is treated with sand, talc or mica to keep the shingles from sticking together prior to use.

These shingles are generally rated for Class B fire resistance. However, the longevity of this type of shingle can be significantly reduced by poor attic ventilation and moisture. It is recommended that homeowners regularly inspect and clean their roofs to prevent any build up of debris or moss that could contribute to fungus or algae growth.

Typically found on barns and agricultural buildings, metal roofing is made of panels that are either a covering on a structural, non-waterproof roof or self-supporting sheets. Typically, the steel or aluminum used in residential metal roofs can last 40 to 70 years, making them an attractive alternative to asphalt shingles. They can also withstand foot traffic and are fire-resistant.

Aside from their durability, metal roofs are often favored for their aesthetic. The options are vast: from corrugated tin to aluminum and galvanized steel, there is a wide variety of finishes and colors for homeowners to choose from. These options are not only available for residential homes but also for commercial structures and industrial buildings.

Most metal roofs are constructed using standing seam profiles, where each panel overlaps the next. This provides an attractive look and helps to keep water and debris from getting under the roof. However, this requires a specialized installation, as the panels must be cut to size and fastened to the roof deck with screws or rivets. Some metal roofs are designed to rust for added appeal, while others have protective coatings that are designed to last as long as the roof does.

One of the main reasons why homeowners choose metal roofs is their longevity, which can provide a substantial return on investment when it’s time for re-roofing. According to a recent McGraw-Hill survey, 26 percent of homeowners cited the longevity of a metal roof as their primary reason for selecting this type of roofing.

Another advantage of a metal roof is its energy efficiency, which can be achieved through the use of insulation. The insulation helps to regulate indoor temperatures and prevent heat loss in the winter, while allowing the building to breathe. This reduces the amount of air conditioning needed to maintain comfortable indoor temperatures. Additionally, a metal roof ingests less heat than other types of roofing materials, which can also help reduce air conditioning costs.

Tile roofs have long been a popular choice in warmer climates and they add an exotic sense of romance to homes. They also increase resale value for homeowners. Tile roofs are made of clay, concrete, or slate and come in a variety of shapes and colors to fit any home design.

They have one of the lowest life cycle costs compared to other roofing materials. They are fire resistant, and are durable against hail and high winds. They can also resist water, and a tile roof that is correctly installed will last for decades.

These roofs are also known for their beauty, as they can complement any style of home. They are available in a wide range of colors, from the standard adobe red to earthy shades like moss green or driftwood grey. They can even be made to look like shake, wood shingle, or slate.

Tile roofs can be installed on a variety of structures, from single-family homes to commercial buildings. They are also a good option for preserving historic and cultural sites, such as churches and museums.

A professional should be consulted to install a tile roof because it is not a do-it-yourself project. A roofer will check the felt underlayment to make sure it is intact and replace it if needed. They will also ensure the tiles are nailed down in a pattern that prevents moisture leaks. In addition, the roofer will inspect the tiles for cracks and damage and repair any broken ones.

Whether it is clay, concrete, or slate, tile roofs are not indestructible. They can still be damaged by heavy rains or a fallen tree branch. They are also susceptible to mold and lichen growth in shaded areas. The grout between the tiles can become brittle and crack, which can lead to leaks.

A tile roof is highly energy efficient, which can lower your utility bills. In addition, it is eco-friendly. There are no chemical preservatives used in its production and the waste from a tile roof can be recycled. Its durability also reduces the need for re-roofing and helps to avoid overusing landfill space.