At DP Roofing & Contracting, we have the skill and experience to inspect, repair, or replace the roof for your Union County NJ home, no matter how large or small the jobe. We will always suggest the most cost-effective solution for your roofing needs, we never cut corners, and we are meticulous in every aspect of our roofing work. Union County area homeowners trust the roofing contractors at DP Roofing & Contracting, which is why most of our work comes from customer referrals and word of mouth!
As a GAF Factory-Certified Roofing Contractor serving Union County NJ, we can offer a variety of enhanced roofing warranties, backed by GAF. GAF requires all of its certified roofers to have a valid home improvement license and insurance, and demonstrate that they are in good standing with Consumer Affairs.
Although some homes may have flat roofs, most Union County area residential roofs are sloped/pitched and covered with asphalt shingles. No matter what type of roof or shingles your Union County NJ home has, poor roof installation increases the likelihood of problems with your roof and reduces its life expectancy. This is why you should only trust an established, experienced, licensed, insured roofing contractor to handle your Union County NJ residential roofing needs.
Whether your home's roof is leaking, has sustained damage during a storm, needs a small or large repair, or requires an entire roof replacement, the qualified Union County roofing specialists at DP Roofing & Contracting will have you and your home covered... literally! Our Union County NJ roofing services will be performed with expert knowledge, top workmanship, and the highest quality roofing materials in the industry.
Contact DP Roofing & Contracting for all your Union County NJ Residential Roofing needs.
Union County has a population of over 575,000 and a population destiny of almost 5,000 people per square mile (making it the 15th most densely populated county in the United States, and the third densest in New Jersey behind Hudson and Essex Counties). Union County was part of the Elizabethtown Tract which was purchased in 1664 by English colonists from the Lenape Native Americans that lived in present-day Elizabeth, NJ. Union County was formed in 1857 from portions of Essex County, and was the last of New Jersey's 21 counties to be established.