New Roof at 78 Hyannis Street

Premier Roofing recently completed a new roof at 78 Hyannis Street in Toms River, NJ. This is one of many homes we have done work for in this massive development of Holiday City at Berkeley. Holiday City is a massive 55+ community of over 10,000 residents, making it a city unto itself. Our work at 78 Hyannis Street for Mr. Joe Cirillo consisted of removing the old shingle roof and completely replacing it with a new Owens Corning Duration shingle roof.  The entire roof was about 2,500 square feet in size and our team was completed in less than 1 day.

“Best presentation out of the three people I had called. I have confidence in Premier Roofing”
Mr. Joe Cirillo – Homeowner

Old Roof at 78 Hyannis Street

New Roof at Hyannis Street

New Shingle Roof in Toms River New Jersey

New Shingle Roof in Toms River New Jersey

Premier Roofing recently completed a new shingle roof in Toms River, New Jersey at the home of Bob Weltner at 397 St. Thomas Drive. Bob’s old 2,000 square foot roof was in pretty bad shape. Shingles were missing and the roof was badly weather beaten. We completely tore down the old roof and made repairs. Next we installed  anew Owens Corning duration shingle roof with new gutters and downspouts

“The patience of all involved on this project was exceeded only by the their professionalism”
– Bob Weltner – Homeowner

Before new shingle roof in Toms River

After new shingle roof in Toms River

Contact Us for a FREE ESTIMATE on your new roof today!

 

 

Toms River Roof Replacement Service

Toms River Roof Replacement Service

Premier Roofing recently completed a Toms River Roof Replacement at the home of Vito Turchiano at 34 Lumsden Street in Toms River. Vito’s old shingles were in bad shape and the 1,900 square foot roof was ready to be replaced. Premier tore the old roof off and replaced it with a new Owens Corning Duration Shingles in a Harbor Blue Color. 

“Very professional, a company that lines up to its promises”
– Vito Turchiano, Homeowner

Before Toms River Roof Replacement 

After Toms River Roof Replacement 

Roof Replacement in Little Egg Harbor, NJ

Roof Replacement in Little Egg Harbor, NJ

Premier Roofing recently completed a roof replacement in Little Egg Harbor, New Jersey at the home of George Porter along Route 9. The old roof had multiple levels and was badly damaged and failing. This required the complete removal of the old shingles and damaged underlayment. We also had to install new flashing and repair rotted areas. The customer now has a new 3,000 square foot Owens Corning Duration roofing system that should last for many years to come.

“This is a company that lives up to its promises”
– George Porter, Homeowner

Before Photos of  Roof Replacement in Little Egg Harbor

After Photos of Roof Replacement in Little Egg Harbor

Contact Us for a FREE ESTIMATE on your new roof today!

 

Storm Damaged Roof In Toms River New Jersey

storm damaged roof in Toms River, New Jersey

Premier Roofing recently replaced a storm damaged roof in Toms River, New Jersey at the home of Dee Duncan at 111 Woodbridge Avenue. This was based on an insurance claim around major damage to the roof. We completely tore off the old roof and replaced it with new Owens Corning Duration Black onyx shingles.

“The process with my insurance company was made easy by Premier Roofing. They were always there whenever I called”
– Dee Duncan, Homeowner

Photos of storm damaged roof in Toms River, New Jersey

2,000 SF Roof in Toms River, New Jersey

2,000 SF Roof in Toms River, New Jersey

Premier Roofing recently completed a 2,000 square foot roof in Toms River, New Jersey for Gail McGrath at her home on 965 Jamaica Blvd. The new roof is  an Owens Corning Duration system in a  Slatestone Gray.

Features of 2,000 SF Roof in Toms River

  • 2,000.00 sq ft
  • Tear off old/ install new roof
  • Removed 2 layers of roof flash chimney

“This is a company that takes pride in its work, from the owner down to the installers. Top quality work and extremely clean”
– Gail McGrath, Homeowner

2,000 SF Roof in Toms River – Before 

2,000 SF Roof in Toms River – After