ROOFING CONTRACTOR SERVICES IN MAHWAH, NJ
Mahwah is a township in Bergen County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the township’s population was 25,890.
Originally, the Lenape and ancestral peoples were indigenous to the area. Over time, the decendents of the Lenape combined with other Native Americans and ethnicities to form the Ramapough Mountain Indians. The tribe is officially recognized by the state of New Jersey, but has not been federally recognized.
In 1901, a 75 room mansion was built for George Crocker who was the son of the railroad magnate Charles Crocker. Crocker Mansion is one of New Jersey’s historical landmarks.*
Mahwah lies in an area of New Jersey that boasts many historical sites including both residential and commercial properties.
Roofing Repair & Replacement Services in Mahwah:
Anchor Roofing is a family owned roofing and construction contracting company located in Hackettstown, NJ. Our contractors are split into two divisions that service both commercial or industrial and residential services.
We are rated A+ with the Better Business Bureau and are fully licensed and insured contractors. For over 25 years, we have provided professional services to Mahwah and surrounding areas.
Anchor Roofing services include:
- Siding Repair or Replacement
- Storm Damage Repair
- Complete Roof Replacement
- Roof Damage Repair
- Shingle Replacement
- Gutter Repair and Replacement
- Related Sheet Metal Work
- Construction and Remodeling
- Preventative Maintenance Services
- Roofing Inspections
- Emergency Repairs
Roofing Contractors in Mahwah
As the area’s premier roofing contractors, we provide expert roof inspection services. Having your roof examined will ensure that repairs are done in a timely fashion so you can avoid risking further costly repairs. Your roof is made up of several layers that form a barrier against weather conditions:
- Roof deck
It much less expensive to have your roof inspected than to wait for a leak to occur that will also possibly damage your flooring, furniture, or appliances. The longer you wait after a storm or some other hazard has damaged your roof, the less likely your homeowner’s hazard insurance will pay for the repair. This is why it is so important not to wait or ignore a problem when you think you may have one.
Normally, by the time an untrained person realizes there is a problem, the issue has accumulated already for some time. Mold, mildew, and other hazardous conditions can exist in the attic or walls from previous leaks or damage.