Trust J. Smucker Contracting with Your Residential Roof Replacement & Re-Roofing Needs
Where Do I Get Started with Residential Roofing?
Trying to find a professional roofing company to trust can be a daunting project. We get it. That’s why we offer free inspections and free quotes.
We expect homeowners to research, ask their friends and families, and learn about local roof repair services in the area. We are confident that J. Smucker Contracting will be among the top choices in roofing. Our residential roofing experts have successfully served homeowners throughout Southern Pennsylvania and Northern Maryland for decades.
We’ll work with you to find the best option for roof repair or roof installation that suits your budget.
So, what happens next?
- First, fill out the form on this page to request a roof inspection.
- Then, expect a call back from one of our roofing experts within 1-2 business days. We’ll schedule a time to inspect your roof.
- After the inspection, you will be presented with options and you can decide how you want to proceed.
Check out our “before” and “after” pictures below to see our work.
Residential Roof Replacement in Southern PA and Northern MD
While J. Smucker Contracting is primarily known for large-scale commercial roofing projects, we also provide residential roof replacement and re-roofing services for shingle roofs in southern PA and northern MD. The skill, experience, and professional communication that makes us in-demand commercial roofers also makes us successful residential roofers, which means you can trust us with your home’s roofing needs.
Contact our team to learn more about what makes J. Smucker Contracting the team to trust for residential re-roofing and roof replacement. Our residential roofing schedule is currently open between November and March. Contact us to schedule with our in-demand residential roofers.
Shingle Roof Replacement
Shingle roofing is the most popular roofing material on homes across the country. Shingles are an attractive and long-lasting roofing solution that both homeowners and builders love. However, shingle roofs don’t last forever and can require re-roofing or total roof replacement.
One of the most common signs that your shingle roof needs work is seeing shingles falling off or coming loose from your roof. Fixing your shingle roof before it begins to leak is a crucial way to prevent potentially destructive water damage.
If your shingle roof is too old or too damaged, we recommend total roof replacement from one of our skilled crews. In addition to bringing our roofing skills to residential projects, J. Smucker contracting also uses high-quality roofing materials. We proudly use GAF and CertainTeed shingles when performing a roof replacement.
While roof replacement is more expensive than repairs, it is frequently the best overall financial choice. If your roof is going to need replaced in the near future, paying for it now may be more prudent than simply delaying the inevitable. If you think that your shingle roof needs a replacement, contact us to schedule a roof inspection today.
Residential Re-Roofing Services
Depending on the age and the extent of damage to your shingle roof, you may not need a new roof installed. Instead, you may be a candidate for our re-roofing services. Re-roofing is a solution in which one layer of shingles is placed over top of the old and damaged shingles.
Traditional roof replacement requires a full tear-off prior to the new shingles being installed. However, re-roofing is a process in which a full layer of new shingles are placed over top of the old and damaged layer — without first removing the old shingles.
While the process and specifics are different from commercial re-roofing, the concept is the same. Re-roofing restores the roof to its previous durability and weather tightness, without requiring a full tear-off. Re-roofing can be a more budget-friendly alternative to new roof installation that ultimately takes less time for homeowners. At J. Smucker Contracting, we even back our re-roofing with a no-hassle warranty.
The only drawback of residential re-roofing is that it can only be performed once. After that, a full tear-off and roof replacement will be needed. Contact us to learn more about our re-roofing plans.