Roofing and Gutters

Total Home Construction is a member of the National Roofing Contractors Association, a factory-certified GAF Master Elite™ Roofer, and a winner of the GAF’s President’s Club Award and Installation Excellence Award, indicating we are committed to performance, reliability, and service, and have completed multiple “perfect” roofing installations based on GAF quality inspections. The President’s Club Award is a prestigious honor, as only a select few contractors are chosen to receive this designation, and as such, Total Home Construction is extremely proud to represent the roofing industry’s best.

Industry lingo aside, it’s as simple as this: we know roofing. Our team consists of architectural design specialists and trained installers who arrive on site prepared to protect your home with the best roofing available, whether it’s a Basic 5-Part System or Golden Pledge 10 to 15-Part System that suits your individual needs. Fully licensed and insured, Total Home Construction provides total peace of mind via our long-term warranty and personal guarantee that your roof will stand up to the elements.

Whether you’re in the market for an economical option such as architectural design shingles, or looking to adorn your home with a classic “New England look” or best-in-class GAF Timberline® Lifetime Ultra Architectural Roofing, Total Home Construction is ready to help put the right roof over your head.

Some of our best sellers include:

  • GAF
  • Owens Corning
  • TAMKO Building Products, Inc.
  • CertainTeed

Our team will also install the perfect gutter to discretely complement your new roofing system, seamlessly enhancing your home’s first line of defense against harsh weather and leaks. We have been providing our roof installation and replacement to homeowners in Nassau and Suffolk Counties on Long Island, Queens, and Westchester County, NY. For a look at some of our recent roofing jobs, check out the pictures in our gallery.

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