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Religious Institution Roofs

Can't find anyone to trust working on with your delicate place of worship roof or siding?

Tired of contractors telling you they cannot repair your type of property?

Haven't been able to find someone who has the right amount of experience for your historical repairs?

Slate & Tile Restorations

Roof4Roof is fully equipped to repair, maintain and replace all types of natural slate, synthetic slate and terracotta of any color and shape. We also install snow guard systems and maintain its essential flashing details, characteristic that are part of most slate/tile roofs.

As members of the Slate Roofing Contractors Association for many years, and as approved vendors with the Archdiocese and Diocese, we have been privileged to restore and maintain hundreds of churches and private homes throughout Northern and Central New Jersey. We are happy to provide you with a free inspection and written proposal, along with a drone and satellite report, if necessary.

As members of the Slate Roofing Contractors Association for many years, and as approved vendors with the Archdiocese and Diocese, we have been privileged to restore and maintain hundreds of churches and private homes throughout Northern and Central New Jersey. We are happy to provide you with a free inspection and written proposal, along with a drone and satellite report, if necessary.

 

Historical Repairs

Slate is the most common material used on historical buildings and is a dense, durable material mined from quarries mostly located in Vermont and Pennsylvania. Roofing slate comes in many different sizes, thicknesses, and color variations to help suit the design you have in mind. Standard roofing slate is 3/16 to 1/4 of an inch thick, but is available up to 2 inches thick, if desired. The longevity of a slate roof can be anywhere from 50 years to 400 years depending on the quality of slate used and the skill level of the slate roofing contractor.

There are also several roofing contractors who maintain slate roofs in New Jersey but most are not truly qualified and do not have the hundreds of references for quality work that you can rely on. Roof4Roof provides you both confidently.

Historical Roof Maintenance
Slate and tile roof systems more so than any other, MUST have a professional to install and maintain them. Most performance issues relative to these systems are not due to material defects, but more so due to improper workmanship. On existing slate and tile roofs, it is always a good idea to have them inspected at least once a year, looking for obvious defects like slipping pieces or de-lamination of the surface.

Keep in mind that a qualified slate roofing contractor or tile roofing contractor can be difficult to find when not having any specialized training .

 

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A detailed roof inspection that may also include these items below, if needed:

Moisture Detection

During initial inspection, infrared tools help us detect and locate damages in your roof generated by wet areas on waterproof membrane.

Drone Inspection & Satellite Report

Our top of the line drones give us the most detailed and accurate diagnostic of your roof, in order to estimate the job accurately.

Written Reports & Photos

Focalized and satellite pictures, along with a descriptive report make sure you get a full view of your problems before you start planning your next project.

Exterior Services

Along with your historical restoration project, you may also be interested in checking out our exterior services