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HISTORICAL RESTORATIONS IN NEW JERSEY


Some structures are part of an area's history and require delicate attention to fix any damage. Restore your distinctive buildings with our historical restorations in New Jersey. Our contractors have experience renovating historic homes, churches, and other structures throughout New Jersey. Contact High Caliber Renovations to discuss your historic preservation projects.


The Test of Time

Historic buildings often serve as focal points of studying the history of a town or city. Therefore, it is in the interest of the public for officials to do everything possible to preserve significant structures and the heritage they represent. We have done historic renovations for:

  • First Presbyterian Church, Westfield, NJ
  • Liberty Hall (Kean University), Union, NJ
  • Loyola Gate House, Morristown, NJ
  • Acorn Hall, Morristown, NJ
  • King Homestead, Ledgewood, NJ
  • Dunster-Squibb House, Bernardsville, NJ
  • Historic Palace Theatre, Netcong, NJ
  • Historic Red Bank New Jersey Train Station
  • Historic Clock Tower At Simpson United Methodist, Perth Amboy, NJ
  • And Other Historical Projects
Historical Clock Tower

Historical Clock Tower
Perth Amboy, NJ


First Presbyterian Church in Westfield, New Jersey
First Presbyterian Church in Westfield, New Jersey

Red Bank Train Station in Red Bank, New Jersey
Red Bank Train Station in Red Bank, New Jersey

Loyola Gatehouse in Morristown, New Jersey
Loyola Gatehouse in Morristown, New Jersey


If you're building a new home, or are moving into a home that's new to you, finding a roofing team is important. The right roof can make a world of a difference in your home's appearance and safety. Keep reading to learn more about how to choose the right residential roofing team.

Experience


One of the biggest factors you need to consider when choosing a team of roofers is their experience. Have they been in business for a while? What types of buildings do they work on? What if you have a historic home? According to the National Park Service, embossed tin roofing shingles were popular in the late 19th century because of their interesting patterns. You'll need to find a roofer with experience in that era of homes, or with whatever building you own.

Client Reviews and Recommendations


The reviews former customers have left are often the greatest indicator of a business's reputation. You can find these by researching online or by visiting the website in question. Another great source is your friends who've used a residential roofing company recently. Ask if they recommend the company they worked with! After you've gotten a seal of approval from consumers, check out the Better Business Bureau, which will show if a business has accreditation, which means that they make an effort to resolve client issues.

Warranties, Insurance, and Licensing


The residential roofing company you choose should offer a warranty for their work, as it proves that they believe in providing quality work. A solid warranty ensures your roofing project will be done right the first time. Along with a warranty, the team should come with insurance in case of a natural disaster or an injury on site. This will protect you and your home from liability. Ask to see their licenses, as well. You don't want to work with a roofer who doesn’t have the proper certification.

Make sure you take your time during the research and hiring stages. As long as you do that, you'll find a great residential roofing company in no time. Do you need help with repairs or installation for your home? Call us at High Caliber Renovations LLC today. We'll be happy to set up an estimate for you shortly.