Have a question about roofing, construction, or design and build services in New Jersey? Allied Roofing and Construction has an answer! Check out our most frequently asked questions.
How do I know my roof needs service?
Hail and high winds are usually the source of damaged roofs. Torn shingles, dented gutters, or broken roof windows risk leaks or water infiltration, the fall of roofing elements, or the deterioration of your frame. All of these signs mean you need to call a roofing professional!
How much should I pay for roof repairs in New Jersey?
Expert roofing costs are different for each building. The final price depends on several factors including the size of your roof, the roof pitch, the type of coverage you chose, and additional decorative or structural features.
Do you have to replace a whole roof, or can you repair parts of it?
This question can be tricky, and often depends on what caused the damage. If your house or commercial building has experienced localized damage, such as a tree falling on one side, repairs are a good option. Most of the time, however, your whole roof has been damaged by hail, wind, rain, or age. Some parts may be worse than others, warranting an emergency repair, but roofs that have been “beaten up” will need to be replaced eventually. Call our team for a personalized quote!
What are the costs of a solar power system?
Our goal is to build an energy-producing rooftop solar system that will be owned by our client without incurring any out of pocket expense to our client. There will be a monthly payment for the system cost. However, government incentives will cover most of it, and the savings from your electric cost will cover the rest. You should see extra cash in your pocket from day 1! Depending on the system size, most are paid off within 6-8 years without the owner having to come out of pocket. From that day on, you receive all of the income from the current government incentives and never pay an electric bill again!
Will solar panel tax credits continue?
Now in such difficult times, we at Allied Roofing and Construction want to say thank you to all the clients we were able to serve in 2020. With that said we are very glad to let you know that the Federal Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 has been extended. What does this mean for you, our valued client? Simple: if you’ve been putting off the chance to go with independent Solar power for your home, don’t put it off any longer. The tax credit will go down to 23% in 2023. So call us today to see how we can help you gain energy independence. This will help you keep your hard-earned money in your pocket more and more each year.
What signs tell me that I should clean my chimney?
- Odors in the house that cannot be explained and a frequent burning smell indicate damage to the chimney.
- Look out for yellowish or brown spots that indicate that the chimney is sooty.
- Whenever a new heater or stove is used, always renovate the chimney as well.
How long should my roof last?
A professional commercial roofing installation should last for decades if maintained properly, but if you start to notice leaks or other problematic signs, then it’s time to give Allied Roofing & Construction LLC a call. We’ll be able to investigate your roof to find the source of the problem and we’ll give you an honest answer about whether we think it can be salvaged, or whether a new roof is needed.
What financing options do you offer?
Allied Roofing and Construction is proud to offer many financing options, including zero interest financing! Talk with your project manager about the payment terms and options that work best for you.