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Prescreened Roof Repair & Replacement Pros in San Diego, CA

C&H Roofing
4.89
25 Verified Ratings
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(925) 407-9164
3251 Cypress Street
San Diego, CA 91950
 
Arrow Building
4.68
70 Verified Ratings
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(530) 510-4028
2933 1/2 Adams Avenue
San Diego, CA 92116
 
 
First Choice Home Improvements, Inc.
4.44
15 Verified Ratings
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(619) 610-0524
8050 Ronson Road
San Diego, CA 92111
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Repower SDS Roofing
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(619) 610-0502
9380 Activity Road, Suite A
San Diego, CA 92081
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A2M Contractors, Inc.
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(925) 407-0170
1877 Petaluma Drive
Chula Vista, CA 91913

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Reviews of San Diego Roof Repair & Replacement Pros

 
5.00
Project: Repair an Asphalt Shingle Roof
San Diego, CA

Great work. I'll definitely hire again, if needed.

 
 
5.00
Project: Install or Replace an Asphalt Shingle Roof
San Diego, CA

Gomez Roofing removed my old roof, replaced all damaged wood (and painted it) and installed the new roof. All this was done while paying great attention to detail and addressing all of my concerns as rhe homeowner. The work was done and the agreed upon price was the price I paid. He even made minor repairs that were not in the contract. The area was always cleaned and the work was very professional; I'd hire this company again in a heartbeat.

 
 
5.00
Project: Repair a Tile Roof
Chula Vista, CA

AMAZING! Jesus is a real professional. Everything worked out perfect! On time, realiable, solid work, the price quoted was the price I paid. Overall a quality repair at a fair price! You would be hard pressed to see the repair, that is how good they are! Will use for ALL of my future roofing needs!

 
 

Unscreened Roofing Contractors in San Diego, California

San Diego Roofing Pros
3500 Adams Ave
San Diego, CA 92116
California Pacific Roofing Windows Energy
7748 Opportunity Rd
San Diego, CA 92111
A-1 Accurate Roofing
11772 Sorrento Valley Road
San Diego, CA 92110
CENTIMARK CORP
5644 KEARNY MESA RD # A
San Diego, CA 92111
Architectual Copper Works
7250 Convoy Court
San Diego, CA 92111
 

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Roof Installation in San Diego

The material of your roof will play a big role in determining how well it functions and how long it will last. While roof installation is a little more open to variety than it is in many other parts of the country, there are still a few things to consider before putting a roof on a new home, or replacing an old roof on an existing house. Some materials will work well for many decades, and others might last only a few. There are also other factors such as price and appearance that need to be taken into account. With a little research into the pros and cons of the materials available for your new roof, you're sure to find one that is the perfect fit for your property.

Asphalt Roof Installation in San Diego
Cost-effective and easy to install and replace, asphalt is the most common roofing material in the country. The biggest drawback of asphalt roofing is that its life span is not as long as that of many other materials. San Diego's mild climate and low annual rainfall will certainly help asphalt shingles last as long as possible, but most of these shingles are only meant to perform for 20 or 25 years.

Roof Installation for Tile and Slate
Slate roofing is far more common in the Northeast and rather rare in southern California, but it has much in common with the tile roofing that can be seen all over L.A. and San Diego. Roof installation is a pretty big job, and with either of these materials, an expensive one as well. The upside of tile or slate roofing is that they both last an extremely long time, often 75 years, and in some cases, over 100, and shouldn't need frequent repairs. Both of these materials are very brittle, however, and when repairs are necessary, the process is a tricky one. Additionally, both materials are very heavy and may require some extra support when installed as a replacement roof.

Metal Roofing
Metal roofing is becoming very popular. It is quite durable, it can easily last 40 or 50 years, and many of the drawbacks common to old metal roofs have been fixed with modern techniques. Gone are the rusty tin roofs of the past; today's metal roofing is available in a wide variety of styles and colors, and is incredibly resistant to rust. One big selling point of metal roofing is that it is lightweight enough to be installed on top of an existing asphalt roof, giving your home an extra layer of protection while keeping the original roof's insulation in place.

San Diego Wood Roofing
In many parts of the country where annual temperature changes are dramatic and precipitation is a part of everyday life, wood roofing is, quite simply, a sketchy investment. However, in San Diego's relatively dry and mild climate, the desirable appearance of a wood roof is a much more viable option. Wood roofing is a bit on the pricey side, and will require more upkeep than just about any other option, but many would say that the appearance is worth the cost and effort.

Prices of Roof Installation
For a typical roof installation, San Diego residents average a bill of around $16,500. Asphalt shingles can cost as little as $8,000 to install, while tile roofing can cost several times that amount for the same square footage. Metal roofing and wood roofing prices will be somewhere in the middle, though neither are as common as tile or asphalt.

Roof Repair in San Diego

Southern California is known for many things, and great weather is not the least of these. The mild temperatures and low levels of precipitation are two of the main reasons why roof repairs are generally needed with less frequency in San Diego than in other parts of the country. There are times, however, in the life of every roof, no matter what climate, when attention will be needed to ensure proper function—the kind of attention your roof will require depends a lot on the material it is made from.

Asphalt Shingle Roof Repair in San Diego
Asphalt shingles are the most common roofing material in the nation, and are found covering more than 80 percent of American houses. They are inexpensive, easy to install and work on, and do a pretty good job of keeping out moisture and reducing heat transfer.

Unfortunately, this kind of roof doesn't always last as long as we'd like; though, if there's any place in the nation where an asphalt roof can reach its full life expectancy, it's San Diego. Roof repair is a relatively common task for a home topped with asphalt shingles, but on the upside these repairs are often inexpensive. Replacement shingles are pretty cheap, and as long as problems are caught early enough, repairs are usually a simple patch job.

San Diego Tile Roof Repairs
For a southern California resident, it might be easy to believe that tile roofing is everywhere. The fact is, however, that tile roofs aren't nearly as common across the country as they are in L.A. or San Diego. Tile is an excellent choice aesthetically as it goes great with palm trees and ocean breezes, but it is also a very sound choice physically. While an asphalt roof might last 20 or 25 years, a tile roof can easily double or even triple that time.

Tile has two main drawbacks, however, and both have to do with price. Tile is extremely expensive to install because the material itself is much more costly than other roofing options. Additionally, it is difficult and expensive to repair because it is so brittle. It cracks easily when walked on, making the repair process a delicate and tedious job. Once the materials and labor hours are totaled, tile repairs can add up to a pretty penny—the good thing is that these repairs should be few and far between, and the roof itself should last quite a while without needing to be replaced.

Cedar Shingles and Shake Roofing
Though not a very common choice, San Diego's environment is actually one of the best suited for wood roofing. Generally purchased for appearance rather than practicality, wood shingles, like any outdoor wood, can have problems with warping, swelling, cracking, and insects. Making the shingles out of cedar reduces some of these problems, and San Diego's mild temperature and infrequent rainfalls will reduce them even further. Wood roofing, even in So Cal, will require a fair amount of maintenance to perform well, but it's appearance is one-of-a-kind.

Prices of San Diego Roof Repairs
For asphalt roof repair, San Diego prices start at about $50 and are generally less than $1,000, even for larger jobs. Tile roofing repairs are usually between $1,000 and $2,000, but sometimes rise above or fall below these marks depending on the size of the job.

 

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