ROOF4ROOF Opens Morris County Branch

New Jersey general contractor, Roof4Roof uses proceeds from every completed project to help a family in need. To date, Roof4Roof has helped more than 700 families in the US and abroad. Roof4Roof currently operates out of Carlstadt in Bergen County, but it has recently opened a branch at 414 Route 15 in Wharton.

Roof4Roof has promoted Senior Project Consultant, Mark Gerritsen to oversee the new branch. Mark has nearly 40 years of experience in the industry and has worked with Roof4Roof for over 2 years.

“As a Morris County resident, I’m excited to be able to bring the company’s services, quality workmanship and way of doing business to my friends and neighbors” said Gerritsen, who lives in Montville.

To celebrate the opening of their new branch, Roof4Roof is offering a special discount to new Morris and Sussex County customers Residential Customers will receive a free gutter cleaning with their complimentary exterior maintenance inspection.

Appointments can be booked by calling 1-866-921-8004.

Previously, Roof4Roof has completed residential and commercial work in Morris County. The company has also provided free emergency home repair to families in Denville, Parsippany, and Morristown. Roof4Roof’s expansion into Morris and Sussex Counties will allow them to continue giving back to the area.

“The fact that Roof4Roof provides emergency roofing to families in need is what drew me to the company originally. People helping people – at the end of the day that’s something to take pride in” said Gerritsen, “It’s a really good feeling to be a part of.”

Roof4Roof is a for-profit, for-progress roofing and remodeling company with an extreme emphasis on giving back. Services include repairing, maintaining and replacing all types of roofs, siding, chimneys, stucco, skylights, gutter/drain systems, masonry work, paving, and energy-saving products and services. For nearly 30 years, Roof4Roof has installed over 15,000,000 square feet of remodeling services.

Visit our new branch at 414 Route 15 in Wharton

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