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Welcome to New England Metal Roofing Company specializing in supply and installation of residential metal roofing systems in the greater Boston, South-eastern and Western Massachusetts, Plymouth, Cape Cod and the Islands.

To spot a roof leak, look for water spots on your ceiling. Inspect your attic during a rain storm to see if water is getting in. After a storm, check for missing shingles, damaged flashing or any other compromised roof components.

You need to inquire about how long the work should last. A major factor in longevity will be the materials used. You should research online about how long metal or concrete shingles should perform and make sure the business’s guaranteed warranty is in line with industry standards.

We will work within your budget and help you make informed decisions to the best possible resolution to your roofing or roof related problem. We offer Free Estimates, provide you with detailed written proposals, prices to fit every budget, our work is always of the highest quality, completed in a timely manner and our jobsites are always left neat, clean and property damage free.

When preparing to buy & install a metal roof, make sure you know the cost ahead of time. According to our True Cost Guide, you could spend anywhere between $4,400 and $9,900 on a metal roof. This doesn’t account for labor costs or if you need additional materials. Make sure you know all the costs involved before you undertake such a major project.

Replacing the rotted wood sheathing would be the best course of action as this will prevent the problem from spreading and worsening. Some of the shingles might also need replacing since broken or damaged shingles are the common cause of rotted wood sheathing. Since damaged shingles allow water to seep into the sheathing, the latter rotted causing water leakage. Thus, it would be best to have the shingles and the sheathing be replaced

You know that we are one of the best roofing companies in Wilmington Delaware when a manufacturer gives us their highest certification and allows us to offer their elite Platinum Warranty on their products. We are an Owens Corning Platinum Preferred Contractor allowed to offer superior warranty coverage because Owens Corning trusts our installation will allow their roofing products to perform their very best. We not only cover our products, but also our craftsmanship as well when we install a new roof—ask us for details about your specific roof, or just look at your contract—we pride ourselves in keeping things very simple for you to understand. CLICK HERE for a quick video about what makes a Platinum Contractor preferred over the competition!

Also, it is our pledge is to provide quality repair, replacement and installation service to our customers. Therefore, we will install commercial roof products the right way and according to manufacturer’s recommendations. In addition, the quality of our workmanship and years of professional experience in all type of roofs and roofing materials stands for itself.

Inspect rooftop vents and equipment to make sure they are well sealed. Seal any gaps with flashing cement. Replacement may be necessary if the metal flashing is badly deteriorated, or if vents can wiggle back and forth. 

Rotted wood sheathing is another cause for concern since it will allow rainwater and snow to seep into the attic. A rotted wood sheathing will not be able to protect the layers of the roof underneath. This can cause the water to seep into the framing or flow onto the ceiling, which can cause mold growth and rotting of the other parts of the roof.

In 2014, it was realized that the original founding members shared differing visions for the future direction of the business. In that same year Corporate President Jeff Rankin purchased his partner’s shares in the company, so that his vision of becoming the perfect service provider would continue, and that the direction and future of the Company would be preserved for many years to come.

Examples:  “John Smith Construction” would not be required to attach a Certificate of Assumed Name if John Smith is the sole owner of the business. However, “Smith’s Construction” would be required to attach the certificate, because it does not contain the full first and last name of the owner. Similarly, if a legally incorporated company, “ABC Construction, Inc.,” intends to do business as “Acme Construction,” the company must attach a Certificate of Assumed Name to the license application. The Certificate of Assumed Name is required to provide information to the public about the true identity of the business owner.

Save yourself the headache and let one of our roofers come out to evaluate the situation for you and stop the potential threat right in its tracks. Sometimes a problem isn’t always as bad as it looks and a simple patch up might be all that you need. Keep in mind however, the longer you wait then the higher your chances will be of a major problem.

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