Orange County

Welcome to our Orange County Roofing Company Blog. Our goal is to not only offer you the highest quality roofing solutions in Orange County, but also to educate you on best practices, offer roofing contractor tips and inside secrets that only a professional roofer would know. We hope you find this information helpful and invite you to comment and ask questions.
Jan
31

What to Look for in a Orange County Roofing Contractor

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When you’re looking for Orange County roofing contractors for your roof repair or replacement, do you know what to look for? One obvious place to begin is with licensing information. You definitely need to ensure that the contractor you hire is licensed in the State of California.

While licensed professionals have a certain level of expertise and experience, not all professionals are excellent at what they do. So how do you find the best contractors out there, who can offer excellent products, excellent service, and excellent guarantees?

One option is to look at third party certifications, such as those offered by renowned roofing products company CertainTeed. This company offers extra certifications to businesses who sell its products - which are known for their high quality and great warranties. So if you’re looking for a roofing contractor in Orange County, check to see if they have additional CertainTeed certifications.

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Larry N.
Interesting. I didn't know that warranties could be tied to certifications like these.
Saturday, 28 March 2015 21:05
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Jan
31

The Best Orange County Roofing Company is State Licensed

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These days, it’s easier than ever for SoCal individuals and companies to find a roofing company. A quick Google search turns up literally hundreds of options in the area. So the problem isn’t just finding someone to fix your roof. The problem is ensuring that you’re using the best Orange County roofing company for your needs.

Obviously, there’s plenty to think about when it comes to shopping for a roofing contractor. But one of the top requirements on your list should be that your contractor is licensed with the State of California.

In fact, any company that doesn’t provide potential customers with a current, verifiable license number isn’t worth your time. Here’s why:

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Josh M.
Do roofers have to do ongoing education for licensing in California? I'm just curious about what it takes to get licensed because ... Read More
Saturday, 28 March 2015 21:08
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May
15

9 Questions for your Roof Installer

Hiring roofers in Orange County is a big deal for a homeowner. Getting your roof repaired or replaced can cost big money. And you want to be sure you’re spending your cash wisely and well. So before you sign a contract with a roofer, ask these 9 questions to be sure you’re hiring the right roofing company:

1. Are you licensed?Roofers in Orange County should be licensed by the state. A license doesn't guarantee excellent work, but working with an unlicensed contractor is sketchy, at best.

2. Are you a member of any roofing associations? Again, the fact that a roofing company is a member of a roofing association doesn't guarantee that they do good work. But those who are association members tend to be more up-to-date on the latest methods and products on the market. Association membership can prove that a roofing company is serious about its work.

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Bob P.
Good list of questions to ask. I think my roof is going to need replaced soon. I'll probably just print this out and keep it nearb... Read More
Wednesday, 04 June 2014 20:51
Larry N.
I agree. But I'm wondering what precautions a roofing company should take to keep from damaging my gutters? I don't really know an... Read More
Wednesday, 04 June 2014 20:54
Blake R. (Editor)
Really, you just want to be sure the ladder that the crews use to get onto the roof has a special support so it won't put the weig... Read More
Thursday, 19 June 2014 00:44
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