James Hardie® is one of the most popular names in the homebuilding industry. You can find its siding products on more than eight million homes across North America.
You have two options when it comes to roof replacement. A tear-off involves removing the old material and installing a completely new roof. On the other hand, in an overlay or roof-over, new shingles are installed over the existing ones.
As the top roof replacement contractor in the area, The Carpenter’s Touch is proud to be a GAF Master Elite® roofer. This prestigious title gives us access to the best types of roofing and warranties that GAF has to offer. One such system is the GAF Lifetime Roofing System.
Fiber-reinforced cement has been around since the late 19th century. Today, it’s one of the most prevalent siding materials, thanks in part to being popularized by James Hardie® siding systems. Despite its rich history of strength, durability and longevity, this material is still quite plagued by common misconceptions.
Re-roofing is the practice of installing a new roof without removing the old one. While it is legal in the State of New Jersey after certain conditions, you’re not giving your home the care that it deserves with this option. Here’s why tear-offs are necessary for roof replacement.
A successful siding replacement project needs a solid plan. After all, whatever siding options you end up choosing will stay on your home for a few decades. In this blog, residential roofing contractor, The Carpenter’s Touch, shares tips on planning a successful siding replacement project.