John Shepitka, Vice President and owner of A & J Reliable, Inc., has been elected as President of the Suffern, NY Rotary Club. The Suffern Rotary is part of a diverse group of professional leaders working together to better the community. Founded in 1927, the Suffern Rotary has a long history of supporting the community…. read more
Copper, slate or clay tile lends a house a traditional beauty and gives it a distinctive character. These materials also are long-lasting and resistant to damage from fire, rot or insects. But compared to standard asphalt shingles, all of them tend to be more expensive and harder to install and repair. A Copper Top In… read more
A & J Reliable, Inc. could have represented any leaf protection system… we chose Gutter Topper®! A & J Reliable, Inc. has been in business since 1979. Having installed thousands of feet of numerous screens and leaf protection systems, we chose to offer Gutter Topper. We found after further research this product was far more… read more
Snow and ice this winter caused damage to roof shingles, fascia boards and gutters. Ice problems cause gutters to sag, loosen and detach from the fascia wood. Roof shingles and flashings curl and buckle due to the winter storm damage. A & J Reliable, Inc. offers free roof evaluations for all homeowners and building owners… read more
A & J Reliable, Inc., headquartered in Spring Valley, New York, has been installing commercial roofing in the metro New York area since the early 1980’s. John Shepitka, Vice President of A & J Reliable, Inc. decided to partner with Flex Roofing Systems because Flex exceeds all natural roofing standards and has the cutting edge… read more
A & J Reliable, Inc. heads into 2011 continuing success in cleaning roofs, using its low pressure roof cleaning system. Ulysses Fuentes has been promoted to Roof Wash Supervisor. With over 10 years logged in as an A&J mechanic and foreman, Mr. Fuentes and his team spent the last year perfecting the formula and technique… read more
Your Roof Deserves the Attention!
Homeowners don’t always appreciate the job a roof does until there is a problem and by then it is often too late. If you haven’t had someone look at your roof within the past two years, it is time!