Roof Repair, Roof Replacement, and Roof Installation

Quality and affordable New Jersey Roof Repair, Roof Replacement, and Roof Installation is what you can expect from KV Home Improvement. We provide residential, commercial, apartment, shed, and garage Roofing Services for Shingle Roofing, Cedar Roofing, Metal Roofing, Tile Roofing, and Flat Roofing systems. Our Roofing services include Skylight Installation, Roof Fascia Repair, Roof Restoration, Roof Vent Pipe Repair, Attic Vent Installation, and more. Our team of experienced and certified Roofers are among the best in New Jersey and available now for a Free Estimate and 24/7 Emergency Roof Repair NJ service.

We’ve developed a reputation for our expert craftsmanship, and for using only quality materials. As a family-owned business, we understand that peace of mind is one of the most important things we can deliver when improving your home.

Professional service, great quality & unbeatable prices.

Chimney Repair Specialist

Our skills and home repair experience have helped many homeowners in New Jersey by adding new chimneys, replacing old bricks and cement mortar as well as other improvements to their chimneys. We provide 24-hour emergency home and office chimney and roof repairs from storm damage chimney repair, emergency chimney collapse repair, and emergency roof and chimney tarp installations. We are fully insured and provide free estimates on our chimney installation services that we provide in New Jersey.

We are your Chimney Repair NJ specialist to call for professional New Jersey Chimney Leak Repair, Chimney Replacement, and Chimney Liner Installation. For over 10 years KV Home Improvement has been providing professional and affordable residential and commercial Chimney Repair, Chimney Restoration, and Chimney Replacement for Masonry Chimneys, Metal Chimneys, Wood Stove Chimneys, and Prefabricated Chimneys.  We repair, restore, and replace Brick, Stone, Stucco, and Metal Chimneys at affordable prices.

Most Asked Question.

The price of a new roof system varies widely, depending on such things as the materials selected, contractor doing the work, home or building, location of the home or building, local labor rates and time of year. To get a good idea of price for your roof system, get three or four proposals from reputable contractors in your area. Keep in mind that price is only one factor, and it must be balanced with the quality of the materials and workmanship.

For each roofing material, there are different grades and corresponding prices. There also are a variety of styles and shapes. You need to look at the full product range and make a choice based on your budget and needs.

Within the roofing profession, there are different levels of expertise and craftsmanship. Insist on a contractor who is committed to quality work.

The first thing to consider when evaluating the cost of your roofing project is to determine whether you will need a complete roof replacement OR a re-cover of your roof. The former is a far larger roof project and thus more expensive, while the letter is a smaller project and therefore less expensive.

B) The next question to consider is what material you will use. Roofing materials range in aesthetic appeal, durability and cost. Shingles, for example, are an inexpensive roofing solution, while high-end slate will cost a pretty penny. Do your research on what fits your aesthetic appeal (you’re going to be living with this roof for a long time) and then determine if it is within your budget range. (Here’s a resource to get you started).

C) Finally, you’ll want to consider your houses architectural style. The more “valleys,” angles and “hard-to-get” spots you have, the more your roof project will cost.

A leaking roof is a bad thing. However, it doesn’t necessarily warrant a complete roof replacement. How much repair and work needs to be done on your roof depends on the level of damage caused by leaking. Talking to a professional is the best way to know whether only minor repair OR a full roof replacement is necessary.

There are many problems that can lead to roof leaking, which is why it’s important to inspect your roof periodically and check for common warning signs. You can perform this inspection yourself, but it is a good idea to hire a professional at least once a year to check for any serious roof problems.

Of course, a chimney sweep cleans chimneys, but a qualified sweep will do more than just sweep chimneys. A certified sweep offers three levels of service. These service levels indicate the depth of the inspection: Level 1 offers basic services and inspection to readily accessible areas; level 2 provides additional checks of chimney conditions and interior flues, and checks of some difficult-to-access spots like crawl spaces and attics; level 3 includes inspection of those areas that have been enclosed. There’s not space enough here for details, so please call me if you’d like more information.