Residential Roofing Company Serving Elmwood Park, NJ

Top-Quality Roof Assessments From Donny's Home Improvement

A residential roofing contractor inspecting a roof in Elmwood Park, NJ

We Offer Reliable Roof Assessments for Your Home or Business

Here at Donny's Home Improvement, our team provides a variety of roofing services. Regardless of what you need, we're here to help. From roof installation to tile roofing and more, we’re the residential roofing company your friends and neighbors choose when they need quality service. Your household’s roof is too important to gamble. Don’t compromise - choose the best-in-class roofing team to deliver the services you need.

Professional, Top-Quality Wood Shake Roofing in New Jersey and Surrounding Areas

When it comes to roofing material, you have dozens of options. What you choose ultimately depends on your style, preferences, and budget. Here at Donny's Home Improvement, we provide a variety of roofing services such as Shingle Roofing and Flat Roofing.

If you’re installing a new roof or building a new home, contact Donny's Home Improvement. Located in Elmwood Park, New Jersey, we’re your go-to residential roofing contractor serving Paramus, NJ and surrounding areas. Give us a call to learn more: (973)-333-6364.

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Financing Available

In these challenging economic times, we are aware that the investment in a roof can be difficult to afford. To allow you to protect your investment in your home with the work necessary we proudly offer financing. Click the button to apply.

If you live in New Jersey, you know that the weather can be tough on your home's roof. From heavy snowfall in the winter to intense heat and storms in the summer, it's important to make sure that your roof is in good condition to protect your home and family. That's where residential roofing in NJ comes in.

At Donny's Home Improvement, we specialize in providing top-quality roofing services for homeowners in New Jersey. Our team of experienced and certified residential roofing contractors has the skills and knowledge to handle any roofing project, big or small. Whether you need a full roof replacement, or want to upgrade your roof for better energy efficiency, we can help.

We use only the highest quality materials and techniques to ensure that your roof is strong, durable, and long-lasting. We also offer various roofing options to suit your budget and style preferences, including asphalt shingles, metal roofing, and rubber roofing.

In addition to our top-notch roofing services, we also offer a range of other home improvement services, including siding installation, gutter installation, and skylight installation.

If you're in need of residential roofing in NJ, don't hesitate to contact us. We offer free estimates and would be happy to discuss your roofing needs and how we can help. Protect your home and family with the best roofing services in the state - choose Donny's Home Improvement for all of your roofing needs.

The anatomy of a roof

Not sure what makes up a roof besides shingles? Use our roof diagram to familiarize yourself with the common parts of a roof and its layers so you can confidently communicate with Donny’s Home Improvement during your roofing project.

Roof Ridge

The roof ridge, or ridge of a roof is the horizontal line running the length of the roof where the two roof planes meet. This intersection creates the highest point on a roof, sometimes referred to as the peak. Hip and ridge shingles are specifically designed for this part of a roof.

Ridge Vent

A ridge vent is an exhaust vent that runs horizontally along the peak of the roof allowing warm, humid air to escape from the attic. Use our ventilation calculator to calculate your attic ventilation requirements and determine how much exhaust ventilation you would need to properly ventilate your roof and attic.


Flashing is a metal material installed at joint openings, around chimneys, and any dormer windows or skylights to help prevent water intrusion. You may recognize flashing as metal stair steps alongside a chimney or side walls on a roof.


The hip on a roof is the intersection of two roof planes that meet to form a sloping ridge running from the peak to the eave. Hip and ridge shingles are specifically designed for this part of a roof.

Roof Deck

The roof deck is the structural foundation base for the roof system and is usually made of wood or plywood.

Roofing Underlayment

Roofing underlayment is a layer of material, usually synthetic or felt, that adds extra protection on top of the roof deck and under the shingles. Synthetic underlayment helps repel moisture and provides protection against water infiltration. Synthetic underlayment is becoming a popular material choice over felt due to proven water-resistance performance and long-lasting durability.

Roof Valley

The roof valley is the V-shaped intersection between two sloping roofs joining at an angle to provide water runoff.

Laminated Architectural Shingles

Laminated architectural asphalt shingles contain more than one layer of tabs to add dimension, performance and durability to a roof. Architectural shingles are sometimes referred to as three-dimensional shingles or laminated shingles. The opposite of architectural shingles are three-tab shingles, which are produced as a single layer of tabs and appear flat or without the dimension of a laminated shingle.

Roof Gable

A roof gable is the triangular section of the outer wall at the peak of the roof between a sloping roof and eave. A roof gable is sometimes referred to as a rake.

Metal drip edge

Metal drip edge is a narrow strip of noncorrosive metal used at the rake and eave to help manage dripping water by facilitating water runoff to protect the underlying section of a wall.


A dormer is a raised section of the roof. Dormers commonly contain a window that projects vertically through the slope in the roof.

Ice and water barrier

An ice and water barrier is a self-adhered waterproofing material installed along eaves, valleys, side walls, and other sensitive areas to protect against ice damage and wind-driven rain.


An eave is the lower border of the roof that overhangs the wall usually located in the first three feet of a roof.

Undereave Vent

Undereave vents are intake vents located under the eaves of the roof that help draw cool dry air into the attic.

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