This homeowner in Spotswood, New Jersey noticed their roof was leaking and rotting. This was causing the roof to look old and grimy. The average lifespan of a roof is 18-20 years old before it begins to deteriorate. When the roof starts to rot, it can develop other issues such as mold and algae growth.
The homeowner knew this was an issue and that it would get worse if it went unresolved. After some research, the homeowner found Klaus Roofing Systems by Quality 1st and they knew we would be a perfect fit. After speaking with our customer service representative, an appointment for a free inspection was made for the homeowner.
Our System Design Specialist arrived at the home and inspected the roof. After the completed inspection, they presented their findings to the homeowner. They suggested that the roof should be replaced as soon as possible. The homeowner was able to pick out a new shade of the roof color and another appointment was scheduled for the roof replacement.
Within the next few days, our crew arrived at the job site and began installing the new roof. Before the installation, our crew removes any materials such as trees, shrubs, and anything else that obstructs the view of the roof. The team covers the surrounding area with a tarp to prevent damages.
Then, our crew inspected the deck to ensure all nails were removed. They will also replace any rotting or damaged plywood with thicker plywood.
Our crew laid over a protector over the deck and used plywood seam tape to secure any openings and gaps. Our Ice and Water protector prevents leaks in the event of snowy conditions or icy weather.
Lastly, our crew installed the new shingles and did a final and thorough cleanup before completing the job. We ensure that all the remaining material is collected and the area is completely clean.
When the job was complete, the homeowner was satisfied with the job by Klaus Roofing Systems by Quality 1st. They loved the look of their roof, and they had peace of mind knowing their home is protected.
System Design Specialist: Dan McNally