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A Few Of Our Hundreds Of Roofing Projects

We have completed hundreds of roofing projects during 10 years we have been in the roofing business in San Francisco and surrounding area. From simple tasks such as repairing roofing leaks to complete new roofing installations on newly constructed homes or homes with pre-existing roofs which need to be re-roofed.

Tile Roofing

The beauty of clay roofing tile has been sought after for thousands of years. Clay tile has proven its long-term durability and life-cycle over thousands of years of use. Clay tiles can still be seen on the Coliseum in Rome over 2,000 years after they were installed. Modern clay tile manufacturing techniques enhance this durability and give customers a roofing product that will last a lifetime. All of our clay roofing products are 100% recyclable. Contact Us For A Free Roofing Inspection & Estimate

Slate Tile Roofing

It is worth noting that slate roofs have been constructed for the past five centuries because of their durability. Though it may be expensive to build a slate roof, in the long run you would save money than if you built a roof with cheaper materials. Though nothing can last forever, the life of a slate roof can outlast other types of roofs that you may need to replace every 10-20 years. In the long run, replacing a roof often costs you more. Contact Us For A Free Roofing Inspection & Estimate

Asphalt Shingle Roofing

Asphalt shingles are currently the most popular type of residential roof material for a variety of reasons. They are relatively inexpensive, starting at around $0.80 per square foot installed and go up from there. Things that determine cost are geographical location, slope of the roof, height of the building, ease of access to the premises, complexity of the project, the particular type of shingle and numerous other factors. Contact Us For A Free Roofing Inspection & Estimate

Wood Shake Roofing

A shake is a wooden shingle made from split logs. When these are used for covering the top of a house, the result is a shake roof. Wood shakes and wood shingles are manufactured from western red cedar, cypress, pine and redwood trees. Shakes are split from logs and reshaped for commercial roofing use. They are thicker at the butt end than shingles; generally one or both surfaces are split to obtain an enhanced textured effect. Contact Us For A Free Roofing Inspection & Estimate


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