Carlson Bros Inc has helped homeowners istall and repair roofs for more then 30 years. We use only the highest quality roofing supplies and producrs on the market, and offer free interactive estimates. . more
Carlson Bros Inc is a full-service commericial roofing company. We offer a wide variety of commercial roof systems to fit your needs. Specializing in EPDM and TPO.. more
You'll be pleased to know that we offer Gutters and Leaders as an option with most every project. Let us show you the value in a seamless rain gutter systemm more
When it comes to an expert New Jersey siding contractor, we provide you with an expansive collection of siding options, colors and quality products. more
TruDefinition® Duration® Shingles are specially formulated to provide greater contrast and dimension to any roof. Through the use of multiple granule colours and shadowing, TruDefinition® Duration® Shingles offer a truly unique and dramatic effect. The exclusive combination of colour and depth is what makes TruDefinition® Duration® Shingles like no other.
TruDefinition® Duration® Shingles are available in popular colours with bold, lively contrast and complementing shadow lines for greater dimension. They feature a Limited Lifetime Warranty (for as long as you own your home)*, 130-MPH Wind Resistance Limited Warranty*, and an Algae Resistance Limited Warranty.* Beyond the outstanding curb appeal and impressive warranty coverage, they also come with the advanced performance of SureNail® Technology.
Leaking roofs, poor drainage, and clogged gutters and downspouts can lead to significant water damage inside your home. To help determine if you need a new roof, your roofing contractor will conduct an outside and inside roof inspection..
Inspecting a roof from outside is very simple. All that is needed is a pair of binoculars and a viewing point that is unobstructed by other buildings or trees. Following is a checklist of problem signs you can look for during an outside roof inspection.
Inadequate Ventilation: A roof ventilation system works by pulling in outside air from intake vents placed on the lower part of the roof. The air that is taken in is displaced
through higher parts of the roof. The result of inadequate venting is moisture and heat being trapped in your attic. Additional heat on the bottom side of shingles can cause them to wear prematurely, fade and curl. It’s important to have proper ventilation which regulates the intake and outtake of air in your attic and keeps your shingles at an ideal temperature which will lessen the chance of them curling.
Intake soffit ventilation is an essential component of a properly designed ridge vent system. To maximize ridge vent performance, air intake vent area should be equal to or exceed the net free area installed at the ridge. Air Vent offers a variety of intake vents to fill this need.
Mr. David Starke, Ridgewood, NJ (Job completed February 2014).
Mr. Robert Waxman, Fair Lawn, NJ (Job completed January 2014)
Mr. Noelia Navarro, North Arlington, NJ (Job completed December 2013)
Mr. Ronald Tauscher, Norwood, NJ (Job completed September 2013)
Mr. Patel, Metuchen, NJ (Job completed July 2013)
Mike & Laurie Halper, Edison, NJ (Job completed November 2012)
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