Professional boxer Jabbing Joe Wilson has taken the focus and discipline that come with being a professional boxer to his business, Knockout Roofing and Home Improvement, LLC. If you’re a Connecticut homeowner or commercial business in need of a new roof, new gutters, or general home improvement contracting, call or text Joe and his team for a knockout job! We guarantee you’ll be flat out impressed!
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Experts in CT Roof Replacement, Roof Repair, Roof Inspection, Ice Dam Remediation & CT Roof Snow Removal
Did you know? You can lay new roof shingles over old ones, but this can only be done on composition shingles, and should only be carried out if the existing roof is already in decent shape. Although this process can be more cost effective in the present moment, it may not be ideal for later on down the road. This process can add extra weight on your roof that the house may not be able to handle, especially after a large snowstorm. Furthermore, if you plan on selling your house, two layers of shingles could be a deterrent for potential buyers, as they will need to have to pay extra to remove both layers when replacing the roof. For the most part, we recommend a tear off of the old roof to see what the decking looks like and conduct an inspection for problems that will need repairing.
We also specialize in gutters!
Call us for CT Gutter Installation, Seamless Gutters, Leaf Guard Gutters, Gutter Cleaning, Gutter Repair & Gutter Replacement
Did you know? Some people choose to lay stone around the perimeter of their house instead of having gutters installed in their home. While there is an aesthetic effect to having stone and gravel placed around the perimeter of the home, it is an ineffective way of combating the damages that rainwater will do to the foundation of your home. Rocks and gravel are effective at preventing mud from forming near your home, but does effectively channel the water away from your home like gutters do. A roof will keep you dry during a rainstorm, but it’s the gutters that guide the water away from your home, keeping your home and all that’s in it safe in the long term!