Roofing

If your roof is more than 15 years old, chances are it’s nearing the end of its life. And the time to have it inspected is before it begins to leak and cause expensive damage to your home.

Homeowners throughout Maryland have found the value in choosing American Remodeling Corp. for a complete roofing system designed to protect your home from all types of weather.

We offer a wide selection of Timberline® products from GAF, America’s top manufacturer of asphalt shingles, and have options to suit the style of any home. All of our roofing products include GAF Advanced Protection™ technology, making them tougher, more wind resistant, more flexible and more fire resistant than other shingles on the market. They also offer a unique shadowed design for an attractive, wood shake appearance.

As a GAF-certified Weather Stopper® contactor, American Remodeling Corp. will ensure that your new roof provides outstanding protection from even the most severe weather. We install GAF’s Weather Watch® Leak Barrier System beneath all of our roofing to provide outstanding protection against water damming and ice damming during Maryland’s changeable winters and wind-driven rain. We also offer the System Plus warranty on our roofing, which provides 10 times the upfront coverage of standard shingle warranties and is freely transferable, increasing the resale value of your home.

When you choose American Remodeling Corp. for your roofing project, you’ll be able to enjoy a number of additional benefits:

  • Knowledgeable and responsive Project Managers who will act as a single point of contact for all of your questions, comments and concerns
  • Installation from a team of professional home remodeling contractors
  • Service from a Better Business Bureau Accredited Member with an A+ rating
  • Post-installation support from our responsive customer service department

For more information on GAF roofing from American Remodeling Corp., contact us today.

Did You Know?

As of 2012 most counties in Maryland require the installation of ice shield and drip edge on new roof systems.