Choosing the best roofing material for your home is impacted by these considerations:
- Structural integrity
We know since we’ve worked on many historic buildings. Older wood frame homes are popular throughout all the cities of the San Gabriel Valley. These are the kind that are more likely to breathe. Weight and airflow are quite important. Lightweight tile may put less stress on the frame than certain types of lifetime shingles.
I can put a new roof on an older home and create a look where all the design elements fit together nicely. If your roof is mostly flat or low-slope then you want a lifetime material that repels water and heat.
Budget, of course, is important. Invite me out and I’ll give you a free estimate that includes your options.
I’ll let you know what decking you need, the types of shingle that work best and the price range. If you need a quality roofing repair to stop leaks and hold you for a few years, then I’ll give you the best repair job.
We install Class A (fire rating) materials in compliance with California’s Title 24 standards. All materials are made for energy efficiency.