Roofing Contractor Malden MA

 

 

The Roofer Malden chooses

We’re a Professional Roofing Contractor in Malden MA with integrity and a desire to always do a great job. The pride of our company is our professional group of roofers. And for more than 20+ years, we have provided businesses and homeowners with a truly remarkable service. Our group is made up of experienced roofing experts committed to making each roof secure with no defects. Our significant time in the roofing business has provided us with the chance to create standard procedures to make certain every roofing job is done properly. From planning, to ordering materials, to staging, to managing the roof replacement, we make sure your roof looks awesome!

 

Your home might be the biggest investment you’ll ever make and your roof plays a vital role in protecting it. You’ll want to rely on the right roofer to protect that investment.

An absolute vital component to any home is its gutter system. It’s job is to guide rain and storm water off the roof and away from the foundation of the house

No matter how small the problem, if not fixed a roofing issue might quickly escalate into something worse. We understand how critical a Roof repair needs to be and we are here to help.

Roofing Repair & Installation

No mater the age of the home, we can provide the homeowner with an expert roofing fix. We focus on all kinds of repair work. We are here to assist you with any roof repair in the most cost-efficient way, while maintaining the best quality of job. We also offer our clients with premium roof replacement backed with the strongest guarantees in the industry.

Seamless Gutters

Gutters are the exterior water drainage system of your home. It’s important to keep them maintained to avoid problems with the gutters and your home. Any maintenance should include keeping the gutters clean and free from debris. And when the time comes, our expert roofers have extensive experience with repairing, or designing and a seamless gutter installation.

Home Chimneys

One other roofing fixture that needs looking after is your chimney. Two areas of interested that should be looked at are the flashing at the base and the cricket on the sloping side of the chimney. Most of New England chimneys are made with brick lined with lead Flashing. During an inspection we can determine the condition of the mortar and flashing.

Roof and Attic Ventilation

Throughout the summer months your roof needs to have a sufficient amount of air. Equally important is during the Winter season. The temperature in your attic should be managed to a level equal to the exterior. This practice of regulating temps helps to protect against ice dams as well as icicles from developing. Never forcefully remove ice from your roof as this can create major damages.

Snow Removal & Ice Dams

A side affect of poorly insulated roofs and attics are the formation of Ice dams. Warmer attic temperature melt the snow which then is followed by colder tempts causing the water to freeze. Ice back-up in your gutters can also cause the development of dams, which in turn damage the roofing shingles and creates leaks. We have solutions for these issues. A fix starts with an roofing inspection

Roofing Materials

The roofing material you’ll see most often on roofs today is the asphalt shingle. The popularity comes from having many color options and there being different shingles to choose from based on your budget. The next most popular is the Standing Seam Metal Roof System. The metal panels lock together at the seams, allowing the panel to expand and contract freely in different temperatures. 


TESTIMONIALS

What Our Clients Say

We have many rave reviews. Here are a few.

4.9

Average Customer Rating

 
 
 
 
 

 

There were 4 houses in my neighborhood getting new roofs at the same time. All of them done by different contractors. My roof looks the best. The quality and workmanship is top notch. The owner, sales rep and the roofers were so nice. Any rotted wood was removed and replaced. The soffits were replaced along with the gutters. They even fixed some of the siding that was missing or falling off. It took 3 weeks to complete.  I highly recommend FRS Roofing + Gutter Service.
 
Joanne Strano
 
FRS installed a beautiful new architectural asphalt shingle roof after our slate roof gave out. There was a small issue with a portion of rubber roof that wasn’t quite right. FRS and Moacir were very responsive to the problem and made it right. To me how a company handles problems is the true test of a quality organization and FRS does a great job with both installation and job management. We hired FRS again recently for a rubber roof on our garage and it came out great!!
 
Mark Jones
 
We had FRS roofing put on a new copper roof over our front door, shingled roof on house proper and rubber roofs over additions. FRS had specialized crews for each of the different kinds of roofing needs. They did a fabulous job, each crew was efficient, pleasant and neat. We thought we had an issue later on and someone came down ASAP. The issue wasn’t with the roof but with the drainpipe which had nothing to do with them. They stand behind their work and are certainly worth calling for any roofing job you may need. They are our #1 roofer and we are happy and honest when we give them a 5* rating.  Do yourself a big favor and at least give them a call
 
Roger Clark
 

FAQ for Roof Replacement

 

When your roof is totally replaced, the old shingles are removed, leaving the deck exposed. An underlayment or felt paper is installed to the deck to aid in protecting it from water and other weather elements.

Shingles: These are the outermost visible layer of your roof. They act like a suit of armor, shedding water and debris, and keeping all the underlying layers of your roof dry and free from damage. Asphalt shingles are the most common type of roofing shingle used on residential homes, but you have many roofing options to choose from.
Decking: The decking is a significant layer of protection for your home, typically consisting of a series of flat boards attached to the joists or trusses. Decking provides a surface shingles, underlayment, and other weatherproofing materials can be attached to.
Underlayment: This crucial layer goes in-between the decking and the shingles. Underlayment is a waterproof or water-resistant layer attached directly to the roof deck, and offers an additional level of protection from severe weather.
Flashing: A thin but essential roof component, flashing is used to direct water away from vulnerable areas of the roof, particularly where a section of roof meets a vertical surface like a wall or chimney. Flashing is typically made of a thin strip of galvanized steel, and keeps water from getting into these potential problem spots.
Drip Edge: Similar to flashing, a drip edge is a thin metal component installed around the entire perimeter of your roof. It acts as a final barrier to direct runoff away from your roof and keep water from penetrating the underlying layers.
Soffit and Fascia: These two architectural elements are also important to your roof. The soffit is the material which covers the underside of the eaves where the rafters extend out past the walls; fascia is essentially the roof line, or the long, straight board which runs along the roof’s lower edge.

Most homeowners insurance policies cover roof replacement if the damage is the result of an act of nature or sudden accidental event. Most homeowners insurance policies won’t pay to replace or repair a roof that’s gradually deteriorating due to wear-and-tear or neglect.

A typical all-perils homeowners insurance policy does cover your roof and the cost of replacing it if it gets damaged. That’s the good news. But usually, you’re covered only if the damage or destruction results from a sudden accident or act of nature. Problems that ensue from general wear and tear or from a roof that has exceeded its intended lifespan are not eligible for reimbursement because they fall under the general maintenance responsibility of the homeowner.

Finance Repair Costs
If you can’t afford repairs on your roof, there are several financing options available to help you. Putting the cost on a credit card (even if it’s temporary) ensures you get the repairs you need and time to pay off the charges. A personal loan is another option you can consider as well that allows you to pay monthly payments.

 
 

Some History of Malden

Malden, MA originally named the “Mistick Side” was once a part of Charlestown. It was settled by Puritans in 1640 on land purchased in 1629 from the Pennacook tribe, having a further grant in 1639 by the Squaw Sachem of Mistick and her husband, Webcowet. It was incorporated as a separate town in 1649 under the name “Mauldon”. Joseph Hills, an early settler and landholder, would eventually select the name Malden after the town in England.