It’s no secret that your home’s roof is one of the most important aspects of your home. It is responsible for keeping the rest of your home dry whenever it rains as well as giving your home some style. Roofs are often overlooked by homeowners, but it’s important to know what to look for because issues can arise with your roof. A faulty roof will negatively impact the rest of your home, so it’s important to have it replaced before you have to remodel your entire home.



Missing Shingles – One of the clearest signs that you’re due for a roof replacement is shingles missing from your home. Whether you see missing shingles around the perimeter of your home or you can see shingles missing from the street.

Dark Spots and Mold – Another key indicator that you need a new roof is the appearance of mold on your roof. Dark spots and mold are signs of water damage. Water damage can’t be repaired. You’ll need a replacement if your roof is covered in mold. 


A roof replacement is a different process from a roof repair. When a roof needs to be replaced, it starts with removing the old roof. It isn’t good practice to layer shingles over a faulty roof, make sure that you work with a trusted contractor that will do the job correctly. Removing shingles allows us to see the totality of the damage to your roof deck and provide you with a higher-quality installation. Once your roof deck is prepped for new shingles, our team at K&B will install the new roof, which comes with a fantastic warranty.



Our team at K&B Home Remodelers has experienced roofing contractors specializing in asphalt roofing shingles Asphalt roofing is the type of roofing that we recommend for New Jersey homeowners because of its tremendous durability as well as its affordability. These are a couple of the reasons why asphalt roofing is on more American homes than any other material. A roof lasts much longer when you work with a trusted contractor who provides high-quality installations.  Contact our team at K&B Home Remodelers to get started on a roof replacement today.