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You need a roofer who will work fast without sacrificing quality. You've found them.


With over 25 years of experience installing new roofs and fixing old ones, we can install all types of roofing materials, including:  

  • Composition Architectural Shingles
  • Clay or Concrete Tile
  • Metal Roofs
  • Stone Coated Steel
  • TPO Membrane

We are proud to offer Owens-Corning and
GAF-Certified 50 year non-prorated warranties

The most robust warranties you’ll find anywhere.
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We offer truly great customer service. We really do, it’s not just words we say. Because we are a local family owned business covering the Greater Sacramento and Southern California area, we devote the time and attention necessary to make sure you are treated with respect and receive the best possible workmanship and care. We have partnered with some of the best manufacturers and suppliers and offer our customers only tier one products. 


A Roofing System, Not Just Shingles

We are a Preferred Contractor with Owens Corning. This means we’ve had to meet or exceed strict standards for roof replacements for residential roofing. Since we are a preferred contractor we are able to offer you a Total Protection Roofing System for your home. Total protection is more than just shingles. It requires an integrated system of componenets and layers designed to perform in three critical areas:


Total Protection Roofing System®

Total Protection is more than shingle deep.
It takes more than shingles to protect your home. It takes an integrated system of components and layers designed to help perform in three critical areas:


SEAL Helps create a water-proof barrier
DEFEND Helps protect against nature’s elements
BREATHE For balanced attic ventilation

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Don’t hesitate to ask a roofing contractor for proof of insurance. In fact, insist on seeing copies of his liability coverage and workers’ compensation certificates.
Make sure the coverage’s are in effect through the duration of the job. If a contractor is not properly insured, you may be liable for accidents that occur on your property.
Check to see if the roofing contractor is properly licensed or bonded. Some states have specific licensing requirements, and others do not. Your state’s Department of Professional Regulation or Licensing Board will have this information.
Look for a company with a proven track record that offers client references and a list of completed projects. Call these clients to find out whether they were satisfied.
Get a detailed, written proposal and examine it for complete descriptions of the work and specifications, including approximate starting and completion dates and payment procedures.
Have the contractor explain his project supervision and quality-control procedures. Request the name of the person who will be in charge of your project, how many workers will be required and estimated completion time.
Carefully read and understand any roofing warranties offered, and watch for provisions that would void it.
Choose a company committed to worker safety and education. Ask the contractor what type of safety training he provides for his workers and what industry education programs they have attended. The best roofing contractor is only as good as the workers who install the roof system.
Keep a healthy skepticism about the lowest bid. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Many fly-by-night contractors’ below-cost bids seem attractive, but these contractors often are uninsured and perform substandard work. Remember, price is only one of the criteria for selecting a roofing contractor. Professionalism, experience and quality workmanship also should weigh heavily in your decision.