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How to Know If You Need a Residential Roof Replacement
Severe storm damage is a leading reason for residential roof replacements. For example, when high winds destroy roofs, immediate action is necessary to protect the rest of the structure. Long-term deterioration is another reason for full residential roof replacements. For example, when moisture finds its way to the roof decking underneath the shingles, the wood may rot over time. Dips or valleys may appear on parts of the roof, and walking on affected areas may feel spongy. When the roof decking has deteriorated, the framing may also begin to rot. Moisture that makes its way to insulation reduces its R-value, and moisture may lead to mold growth.
What to Expect During a Residential Roof Replacement
Preparation is a key part of a residential roof replacement, whether it be in Bergen County, Essex County, Passaic County or beyond. Experienced crews remove old shingles, flashings and tar paper right down to the sub-roofing. Any wood underlayment or framing that has deteriorated is replaced because a new roof is only as good as what lies underneath.
Even though there’s a great deal involved in a full roof replacement, CRS still completes residential projects quickly and efficiently, often in as little as a day or two. We deliver our own containers just before the roofing crew arrives. Debris goes right to these containers, so we keep your yard looking good as we complete your roof replacement.
CRS Makes Insurance Claims Easy
At CRS, we’re committed to making the insurance claims process go as smoothly as possible. For example, we use the same software the insurance company does, and this allows us to properly format a claim. This often speeds processing by the insurer and it helps you get appropriate upgrades in a roof replacement residential.
It is important to avoid claims processing using nothing more than a general estimate from a claims adjuster who is not a roofing professional. Such an individual often lacks the expertise to understand the true scope of roof damage. Sometimes, an insurer uses a “program contractor” who mainly caters to the insurer’s interests. By contrast, our estimating system and roofing expertise combine to get you the roofing work you need and deserve.
What Makes CRS Different?
CRS is a roofing company based in NJ serving primarily Bergen County, Passaic County and Essex County. Our residential roofing crews have been fixing and replacing roofs for more than four decades, and have an impressive track record of success. Remember that contractor warranties are only as good as the company that stands behind them, and we’ve been doing residential roof replacements in NJ since 1977.