You need a new roof, but you want it replaced without your property looking like a littered wreck. How do you find a professional roofing replacement company that will take care of your property like it was their own?

New Roof No Mess will help you do exactly that. We direct homeowners to reputable roofing companies that provide high quality replacement using an innovative debris management process to minimize mess and property damage. The result is a roof that’s installed to top professional standards so your property gets its curb appeal back fast.


Tarps. Plywood. Debris. Whether you’ve previously had a new roof installed or you’ve watched neighbors go through the process, you’re probably familiar with the mess of conventional roof replacement.

The removal of an existing roof requires moving thousands of pounds of material, like old shingles, nails, and underlayment. Usually, roofers toss these materials from the roof to the ground onto tarps and plywood.

Dropping that trash onto the ground not only makes your property look like a dump--it also creates the risk for damage. From dinged shutters to flattened flower beds to scratched A/C units, falling debris can do significant damage to the home and landscaping you work so hard to maintain.


Roofing companies that use the New Roof No Mess method work with an innovative piece of specialized equipment called the Equipter RB4000. It’s a compact, self-propelled container that roofers position next to your home. They can raise the container up to 12 feet high to place it next to the roof. As roofers remove old shingles and nails, they drop them right into the RB4000 rather than tossing the mess onto your lawn and landscaping beds. When the container is full, your roofing professional drives the Equipter to a nearby dump container, trailer, or truck to dump the load.

Plus, since the New Roof No Mess process significantly cuts down on clean-up time, your roof can be installed more quickly. Less mess on the ground. Lower risk of property damage. Faster from start to finish. Find a New Roof No Mess contractor to install a roof on your home like they’re installing it on their own.