After enough time, your roof may have suffered wear-and-tear to the point where roofing material removal is your best option.
The elements and harsh weather of New Jersey’s storm seasons can eventually cause your roof’s shingles to wear out and allow for leaking. In some cases, homes simply need reroofing. However, before you can get started on replacing your roof, it is usually necessary to remove your roof’s old shingles. Completely removing your old roof not only gives your home a fresh start to install a new, long-lasting roof, but it adds dramatically to your home’s value.
Since 1999, Powell’s has proudly served New Jersey residents as a full-service roof removal company. With highly experienced contractors who possess decades of combined experience in roofing material removal, our team has removed and replaced countless roofs for loyal, satisfied customers throughout central and northern New Jersey.
With an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, our contractors continue to keep our core promise for our customers — to deliver quality roof removal services that are done on budget, done on time, and done with expert workmanship.
Our roofers always begin by conducting a comprehensive assessment and estimate of each project. Afterward, our teams typically begin the removal process at the peak of the roof, carefully prying off shingles and disposing of them as we work on 2-foot- to 3-foot-wide sections at a time across the roof. Of course, our team will always communicate any issues, such as mold or other potential damage that is only revealed after layers of roofing shingles are removed.
Asbestos shingles are common on older homes, and are typically not harmful if left undisturbed. However, damaged or decaying roof structures may call for asbestos contractors that specialize in roofing asbestos removal. During our contractors’ initial assessment of your roof, we can determine if your home requires special removal of asbestos-cement shingles.
Removal of moss and algae is vital to your roof’s lifespan. Roofing removal costs for moss and algae can vary depending on how much moss and algae is present. If your home’s roof has suffered significant damage due to algae and moss, you may require removal and replacement of your roof, which can be more costly.
To learn more about roofing removal costs, or to determine if your home could benefit from a roof removal and replacement, contact Powell’s and get your free roofing estimate today.