La Verne Roofing Contractor
Have a La Verne home or business that needs re-roofing? We’re the local experts for just about any type of roof. In addition to looks, improved resale value, and eliminating leaks today’s roofing materials also offer longer life spans than ever before. Many also reduce cooling costs, and some may even reduce your insurance premiums. We’re known throughout the La Verne area for our skill and attention to detail, for work done right start to finish.
Your Roofing Company
Our services include complete re-roofing and new roof installation. We won’t leave your property a mess at the end of the day. And more importantly our experience and ongoing training mean that all components are correctly selected and installed to work together as an integrated roofing system.
Types of Roofs
We use only quality materials tested for durability to meet industry standards for wind, fire, hail, and earthquake resistance. Our expertise helps you choose the perfect combination of beauty, performance, and economy. You can either update your existing style or go for a new look — the choice of roofing material is ultimately yours.
- Clay Tile. An authentic and popular look in La Verne and Southern California, clay tile is attractive and durable. And it reduces cooling loads. Boral US Tile manufactures the most complete line of color and styles including traditional Mission as well as look-a-likes ProShake and ProSlate lines with lifetime warranties. Products from Redland Clay Tile are also popular due to their attractive natural variations in color, shape, and texture.
- Composition Shingles. Are the most common choice in the U.S. GAF is the largest manufacturer and the top-selling brand. Owens Corning invented fiberglass in the 1970s, which is now the standard material for shingles, and makes their own roofing products.
- Concrete Tile. provides the utmost in durability. Boral Concrete Tile is the oldest U.S. manufacturer. Another leading brand, Auburn, is often chosen for simulating the beauty of natural materials to create an old-world look.
- Commercial Roof Coatings. Our La Verne crews also install hot mop cap sheet and hot mop rock re-roofing. Our leading suppliers include Tropical Roofing with over 50 years in business, APOC is known for its technical expertise since the 1960s, and Western Colloid for fluid applied roofing, reflective coatings, and premium asphalt seal coat.
We also install slate shingles as well as wood shakes and wood shingles.
As part of evaluating your roofing material preferences we can perform structural analysis to determine if the existing structure can handle the addition of clay tile, concrete tile, or slate. For composition shingles we can also determine if it’s necessary to tear off the existing roof or if the new roof can be installed over the existing one.
For complete re-roofing projects our pro roofers begin by removing the existing roof then replacing bad decking and other damaged wood before installing the new roofing materials. They include all the needed accessories for a complete long-life replacement. We also take care of La Verne permits for new roof installation and re-roofing projects.
We’re a California licensed and fully insured Southern California roofing contractor with certifications on all residential roofing projects. Locally owned and operated our founder has been a roofer since 1978. He and our skilled permanent employees have since established a reputation for unmatched workmanship and top-quality materials. La Verne homeowners, business owners, and property managers can count on us for detailed estimates and complete contracts. Buildzoom puts us in the top 1% of all California contractors and we hold the Better Business Bureau’s top rating of A+. We stay up to date on the latest materials and techniques, and you’ll have our customer satisfaction and workmanship guarantee in addition to manufacturer’s warranties.
All that makes up SoCal’s top choice.
La Verne Background
The area that became La Verne California was part of an 1830s Mexican land grant to Ygnacio Palomares. His 1937 home is still preserved in Pomona. Originally mostly citrus groves, La Vern transitioned to manufacturing during World War II.