GAF Roof Installation & Replacement
New Jersey homeowners who want a GAF roof installed or replaced should trust the expert roofing team at Victory Home Remodeling. Our company is a GAF Master Elite® contractor, which means that we meet very high standards when it comes to licensing, insurance, and customer satisfaction levels. Choosing a GAF Master Elite contractor gives you peace of mind. It means that we have completed the GAF certification program and have extensive experience installing GAF roofing materials and with GAF roof replacement. It also means that we can offer you the best GAF warranties available, and we extend that protection even further with our own 100% lifetime warranty on all services and all materials we use.
What Is a GAF Shingle?
In the U.S., more than 80% of all homes are roofed with asphalt shingles, and more than 25% of those homes have GAF shingles on them. GAF is an American company that was founded in 1886 and which has been the top-selling brand of fiberglass-asphalt shingles throughout its history. GAF shingles are proven and trusted. Many of the innovations that GAF has made over the years are now standard practice throughout the industry. GAF stands behind its products with the best warranties on the market. The company also supports its certification programs because it results in superior roof installations and also provides its customers with confidence about the roofing contractors that they’re dealing with.
Do You Need a New Roof?
Age is the number one factor when considering GAF roof replacement. Our advice is to replace your roof before its expected lifespan expires rather than wait for trouble to happen. It’s also a good idea to have your roof inspected annually by a roof inspector and to perform any maintenance as needed. You should also keep an eye on your roof, including going up into the attic and looking for any problem signs there at least once a month. Issues with shingles and flashing should be corrected right away. These include pieces that are loose, missing, torn, rusted, or otherwise damaged. You should ensure that your gutter system is functioning well, and watch for any signs of moisture, which can include leaks in the home but also algae, fungus, and other growth on the shingles. If you have any doubts at all about the condition of your roof, we’ll be glad to come out and perform a comprehensive inspection for you.