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Do you need a roof for your home or commercial building? Either way, it’s important to make sure your roofing contractor is qualified and certified. Energy Roofing is rated A+ by the BBB, and we’re also licensed and insured. We’re specialists in new roof installations, roofing repairs, roof replacements, plus any additional type of roofing work that you require. You deserve the best quality roof replacements at the lowest price. And that’s not all: our roofs are durable and energy efficient so your investment starts to pay off immediately.
Before you do anything, get a free roof estimate and full assessment of your roof’s current condition from LA’s leading roof installation company. Too many people waste thousands of dollars on unqualified roofers, so come to Energy Roofing first.
Energy Roofing Inc provides the finest, most reliable roofing services in Chatsworth, Inglewood, Woodland Hills, Beverly Hills, North Hollywood, Glendale, Pasadena, and local Los Angeles areas. For more than 10 years, we’ve been delighting our customers with our professional service, well-trained workers, and state of the art equipment. One of the things our customers love is that we use the best quality roofing materials, which provide long-lasting results. Our team always strives to do an exceptional job in order to limit future repairs and save you money.
How to Tell When You Need a New Roof Replacement
It’s not always easy to tell how severe your roof damage is. And that’s because damage to roofs usually happens gradually so you might not even notice it. But there are a few obvious signs you should look out for. Most roofs last for about 20-25 years so it’s a good idea to have a roof inspection around this point. Something else to look out for is if your roof has missing or curling shingles. Your roofing professional will take a good look and advise you as to the extent of the damage.
After a major storm be sure to inspect your roof, especially if there’s leaking and water damage. And an obvious warning sign is discolored walls and ceilings. Why? Because discoloration often leads to soft sections in the walls. In general, people assume their roofs are just fine after heavy rain, wind or storms. But it’s important to realize that several instances of minor damage add up to major roofing costs. If you’re looking for a quick, hassle-free and honest assessment of what condition your roof is currently in, give us a call at (866) 480-1132 or email us.
Types of Roofing for New Roofs and Replacements
First off, tile roofing is one of the most durable roofing materials because it’s quite possible for it to last over 100 years. So when you get a new roof installation with tile, you won’t need to replace it. Attractive and classic tile roofing also comes in a number of different styles like curved and flat. Tile is also a great choice if you live in a warm climate like California. Although tile roofing can be more costly, consider its durability along with a number of other advantages.
It’s important to keep in mind that tile roofing won’t decay. And another huge benefit if you’re environmentally conscious is that tile roofing can be recycled after use. But being green doesn’t lead to a loss in performance: tile roofs are low maintenance and energy efficient. Still not sure? Take a look at this more detailed post about the pros and cons of tile roofing.
Shingle roofing is that attractive overlapping flat, rectangular roof covering that you can see all over California.
Good looking and low-cost, shingle roofing is one of the most popular roofing styles for residential properties. But the advantages of new roof installation with shingle roofing don’t stop at looking great and being affordable. Consider that shingle roofing material also provides superior protection for your family against fire.
Shingle roofing is also an environment-friendly material which comes in a variety of colors and styles. Consider how your home could look with brown, gray, green, blue or white shingle roofing. For more information, check out the 5 benefits of asphalt shingle roofing.
Now let’s take a look at high-tech cool roofing. Did you know that at Energy Roofing, we specialize in designing cool roofing systems? And cool roofs only lower your energy bills by keeping your attic cooler, they also lengthen the life of your roof. Because the shingles don’t get too hot it means they don’t get heat damaged like traditional materials. And of course then you don’t have all the related roof maintenance and replacement costs so soon.
So how does it work? Cool roofing is a type of material we use that delivers high solar energy reflectance. When more sunlight reflects off the material of the cool roof, less heat is absorbed, and you don’t need as much energy to cool down the house. A cool roof is especially important in warmer parts of the country like California because it helps reduce summer electricity costs. If all this sounds good, then check out this article on the benefits of cool roofs.
Last but by no means least, you might consider flat roofing because it’s one of the most energy-efficient roof options. During hot weather, flat roofs built using concrete help keep the heat out of your home.
And for the roof installation team, putting in a flat roof is quicker, easier, and therefore cheaper for you. Why? Because there’s a lower risk associated with flat roofing installation.
Perhaps most excitingly, with flat roofing you can access your roof easily and use the practical space to sit out in the sun. Alternatively you can have solar panels or air conditioning systems installed more cheaply and with less fuss.
Take a look at the pros and cons of flat roofing for more details.
Excited about your new roof installation?
At Energy Roofing we’ll talk you through all your options so you can choose the roof that best suits your needs. And we’re always delighted to answer any questions you have about roof replacement. Get your free roof estimate now by calling (866) 244-4731 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. If you prefer, simply fill in our short form here.