When Is The Best Time To Get Roof Work Done?

The answer is simple. NOW!  

Because we live in sunny Southern California, many people take the weather for granted and do not address the condition of their roofs until it is too late.  While we don’t have to worry about snow or ice on the roof, winter rain can seep through the roof and cause significant damage to the structure of your building and all of the contents that are supposed to be protected by the roof.  As you will see from the video below, we can’t always predict when the rainy season will start.

Don’t wait until roof leaks damage the structure of your home or commercial building.

While the weather outside is delightful, right now –  the rainy season is coming. Once the rain comes, the damage to your roof will get worse and the resulting damage to the actual structure of your home or building will get more expensive. Watch the video below to see why you should get a

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Sully-Jones Roofing is offering incentives to get your roof work done before the rainy season starts.

Watch this video as a cautionary tale to waiting to get your roof work done until rain starts coming through your roof.

 

 

Top Reasons to Use a Professional Roofing Company On Your New Construction Project

Roof constructionNew home or commercial construction requires a collaboration of many professionals – from your general contractor to electricians, to plumbers, to the team that makes interior design decisions. While it often makes sense to use your general contractor for most of the heavy construction, certain parts of your new build should be left to experts in their given trade. A good example involves installing the new roof on your home or commercial building. There are many good reasons to use a professional roofing company rather than your general contractor for your roof – even on new construction.

Specialized Expertise and Equipment

Since roof installation often requires specialty tools and equipment that most general contractors will not have.  Professionals that specialize in their particular part of the building trade are always working to perfect their craft – creating efficiencies, improved processes and better quality for their customers.   If you want the highest quality roof that will last for decades versus years, you will want to employ the experts.

Materials Knowledge & Costs

Factors like the need for weather resistance, sun exposure, energy efficiency, the number and types of protrusions such as vents, skylights and HVAC units will determine the right type of covering for your roof. In some cases a protective coating may also be needed to comply with local regulations such as Title 24. Once again, a general contractor will have a working knowledge of what materials to get for your project, but a roofing professional will have a more thorough understanding of what works for roofs in your area and has the buying power to insure you get the best price on your roofing materials.

Experience

Perhaps the most important reason to hire a professional roofing company is the sheer number of years of experience that they can bring to the roof installation. In the event of problems, unexpected delays, or inclement weather during the installation – a roof specialist can quickly assess the issues and how to most effectively resolve them. This will go a long way to getting the project back on track without costing you an arm and a leg. A professional roofing company will also know the fastest way to complete your project without sacrificing quality, while insuring that you have the longest lasting roof available.

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Insurance Coverage for Roof Repair and Roof Replacement

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Save Money by Getting Your Roof Work Done this Fall.

Spring is designated that time of year to work on the interior of your home with “Spring Cleaning.”  The fall season should be designated for time for home maintenance and improvement projects, particularly on the exterior of your home. Why, you ask? While home repairs may cut into your football viewing schedule, the weather is often at its most agreeable – the summer heat is gone and winter weather has not yet arrived. While we don’t have snow or ice in San Diego, we do get wet, windy and often cold weather that can affect the soundness of your home.  Some projects just shouldn’t be put off. One of the most important home improvement projects is the repair or replacement of a damaged roof.  If your roof has any damage or leaks, these could get substantially worse when winter weather comes. As anyone in construction will tell you, if you don’t make the repairs early, they will cost you far more later.  And since your roof covers and protects your entire house – if your roof is not in good shape, the entire structure of your home could be at risk.

Roof Repair and Replacement Can Take Less Time When Weather Is Not a Factor.

Fall is typically the busiest time of year for roofing companies – even in San Diego. Summer heat and summer vacations are over. And homeowners begin to think about winter weather and what might happen if they don’t fix the damage to their roof. Though most roofing companies are busy in the fall season, it does not mean that you will pay more. In fact, you could be paying less than if you wait.

Weather can impact the amount of time a roofing company needs to spend repairing or replacing your roof. Wet weather and wind means that your roof needs additional protection while the work is being done. If weather conditions are not good, the roofing company may remove oonly the portion of the roof that they can finish in that given day. Severe, wet winter conditions could prevent work from getting done resulting in frustrating delays finishing your roofing project. The more time your roofing company spends on your roof repair or replacement due to weather conditions, the more you are likely to pay.

Damage to Your Roof Has Probably Gotten Worse By Spring.

In addition, fixing up the roof in the fall ensures those winter storms won’t find their way into your home via leaks. Addressing leaks in the fall can prevent damage to your home’s interior when rain seeps through the roof. Water that makes its way into your home through a damaged roof will certainly cause damage to the substructure of your roof . Water can also cause mold and water damage to support structures, flooring and your belongings inside. Costs for water damage to your home can mount up quickly if a leaky roof is not addressed immediately.

 

What You Need To Know About Shingle Roofs For Your Southern CA Home.

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If you are planning a renovation or building a new home from the ground up, you have many choices when it comes to your roof. In Southern California, we don’t typically have to worry about extreme weather but you will want to consider how your roof will look with the architectural style of your home and of course, how it fits into your budget.  New technologies and innovations in shingle roofing have extended the lifespan of a typical residential roof and make it possible to get any look you want for your home, at a reasonable price

Residential Roofing | San Diego Roofer Asphalt/Fiberglass Shingles are today’s most popular roofing material. Not only are they less costly than wood shake or shingle roofs, tile, slate or metal roofs, but, in southern California, where summer fires are not uncommon, they offer excellent protection for your home. With an abundance of color and style choices, Asphalt and Fiberglass Shingles add to the beauty and durability of your home.

Asphalt/Fiberglass Shingles are made of a woven fiberglass base mat, that is covered with a waterproof asphalt coating, then surfaced with ceramic granules that make the product fire resistant and protect your roof from harmful UV rays. The fiberglass mat composition gives the shingles their durability and strength.

Two Asphalt/Fiberglass Shingle Types are Three Tab Shingles and Architectural Shingles.

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Three-Tab- Shingles are the still the most economical type of shingle for your home.  These shingle roofs are distinguished by the cut-out tabs exposed along the lower edge of the shingle which gives them a nicely layered effect. See more Three-Tab Shingle Roofing examples on our website.

 

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Architectural Asphalt Shingles do not have cut-outs but their lower edge is laminated with an additional asphalt layer which gives these shingles a contoured, dimensional appearance.  See more examples of Architectural Shingle Roofing examples on our websites.

 

 

Both 3-Tab Shingles and laminated Architectural Shingles contain a strip of factory-applied adhesive that is activated by the sun’s heat after installation and seals each shingle to the next. The seal strip also provides much of a shingle’s resistance to wind uplift.

How to Decide With So Many Shingle Roof Choices?

With over a dozen reputable manufacturers in North America and a plethora of color and style choices, it is often hard to tell whether a roof is shingle or wood shake or even slate. There is a shingle roof material to suite the style of any home. Get expert guidance from a professional roofing company who can walk you through the many choices from all of the top shingle roof manufacturers. See more choices and photos on our website Residential Roofing pages. 

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Most Common Questions About Roof Replacement and Repair

San Diego’s Leading Residential Roofing Company Answers Your Questions About Roof Repair and Replacement.

With over 60 years in the roofing industry in San Diego County, we have heard almost every question there is about roofing from our customers. Below are some of the most common questions about residential roof repair and replacement.

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How Long Does It Take for a Roof Repair?

The length of time required to properly repair your roof depends on a lot of factors, primarily how much damage your roof has and the total square footage. If you only need to repair a relatively small part of the roof, the job may be completed very quickly. Even if you need extensive roof repair work, it could be done in several days depending on the size of roof. If you have a large home or extensive damage to the structure, it might take a few weeks to finish the project. Your contractor should give you a timeline for your roof repair or replacement after a full inspection, and should keep you informed if there are any changes to the expected completion date as work begins.

How Long Does It Take for a Full Roof Replacement?

Again, the timeline for your roof replacement is largely guided by the condition of your roof. For instance, when there is structural damage underneath the roof material, additional repair work will be needed – you should not put new tiles or shingles over core building damage because the new roof will not be structurally sound. The more work that needs to be done to get the structure of your home prepared for the new roof, the longer the project is likely to take. You may not be able to see the structural damage just by looking at the roof. The only way to tell if there is damage to the structure itself, and not just the roofing materials, is to have a full inspection by a professional roofing company.

How much damage can a typical roofing contractor handle?

Some roofing contractors will only be qualified to work only on the roof itself and not on the underlying structure.  If you suspect that you have extensive damage to your roof or structural damage, you should check references to be certain that you employ a roofing company that has a track record in complete roof replacement or new roof construction.  Your professional roofing company should the equipment and experience to handle a variety of roof damage, from natural disaster aftermath to a dilapidated roof resulting from wear over time.

What happens to all the debris?

Your roofing contractor will take away the debris that results from your re-roofing project. Depending on your city’s regulations, it may not be legal to throw certain debris into the trash. For residential roofing in San Diego, CA, while you are allowed to send your materials to the landfill, it’s recommended that you recycle as much of the material as is possible. California is already experiencing an overflow of construction materials in its landfills. You should not be responsible for the disposal, however. Your roofing contractor can bring a large dumpster to store debris until it’s ready to be removed from your property. Make sure that debris removal is included in your roof repair or replacement bid.

What happens if it rains during my roof replacement?

Your roofing contractor should always check the weather report to see if rain is in the forecast. If it does rain, it’s in your best interest to postpone work until the work can commence in dry conditions. In the mean time, your roof should be protected so that it’s water-tight. This can be accomplished by applying paper and tarp over the part of the roof that is currently exposed with no shingles or tiles. Any experienced roofing company will make sure that your home is protected from weather while working on your roof repair or replacement.

Typical costs

Costs associated with a roof repair or replacement include; materials, labor, and disposal fees. The cost of a total replacement can vary between a few thousand dollars, or in excess of $10,000 depending on the roof materials you choose and the size of your roof. Your roofing contractor should provide an itemized estimate for the project in writing, so you will know what the project will cost before work begins. Ask for any updates regarding new fees or unanticipated expenses that pop up during the project. You will usually be asked to pay at least part of the bill before the project begins, so that your contractor can purchase the necessary supplies.

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Will Insurance Cover Roof Repair or Replacement?

Answers to Your Roofing Questions from San Diego’s Leading Roofing Company.

One of the most common questions we get from customers is “Will my insurance cover the cost of my roof replacement or repair?”

Insurance Coverage for Roof Repair and Roof Replacement

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In the event that your roof experiences some sort of damage, whether it’s from a hail or wind storm or a misguided firecracker, you should fix the bad shingles or tiles as soon as possible. A damaged section of roof can lead to flooding, pests, and wasted energy. Even if you do not see visible damage, but your roof has outlived its warranty, you should get an inspection of your roof.  Fortunately, if you have homeowners insurance, the burden of paying for roof repairs or replacement usually does not fall completely on your shoulders. Your roofing contractor should be able to help you navigate your way through the roof insurance claims process.

Will Insurance Cover a NEW Roof?

Whether or not your insurance covers the cost of roof replacement depends largely on the extent of the damage. When roof repair could resolve the issue, your insurance company will want to fix the damage with less costly and less extensive repair measures. The cause of the damage is also considered when your insurance decides whether or not to replace the roof under your policy. If your roof has sustained damage from something unexpected, such as a fallen tree or a fire, chances are that they will cover a full replacement if the damage is severe enough. If the roof is older than the roof warranty, insurance may not cover roof replacement. Sully-Jones Roofing will be happy to come out for a full roof inspection and provide you with the information your insurance company will need to assess whether a new roof will be covered.

Will Insurance Fully Cover Roof Repair?

If the damage caused to your roof is caused by a natural disaster or accident that is covered by your policy, you should be able to get all repairs paid for by your policy. On the other hand, excluded circumstances won’t be covered. For instance, Named Peril Insurance will only cover the cost of repairs that are specifically named in the policy,which usually includes things like lightening and hail damage. On the other hand, All Risk Policies will cover everything except for those types of damage that are specifically excluded. For example, tree damage, random debris falling from the sky and broken shingles from a rogue firework should all be covered by an All Risk Insurance policy unless your policy names them as exceptions.

Does the Age and Condition of the Roof Affect Insurance Coverage?

Your policy may outline age requirements for roof replacement or repair. For instance, if your roof is more than 10 years old, you may only be allowed reimbursement for the depreciated value of your roof instead of the original value. As aforementioned, the condition of your roof also matters when the insurance company evaluates whether or not it can cover your roof damage. The more severe the leaking and evident damage that is present, the better your case for the necessity of a repair or replacement.

What are the General Guidelines for Filing a Claim For Roof Work?

Before you can get work done on your roof that will be covered by insurance, you will need to get an estimate from a professional roofing contractor.  In most cases, you are allowed to use the roofing company of your choice. You can also file a supplemental claim if the roof ends up costing more than the original quote.

Even in sunny San Diego, residential roofs will naturally deteriorate over time. In addition, extreme weather and accidents, can play a part in its roof damage. Reading the fine print of your insurance policy when the roof is in good condition will help you file a claim more smoothly when the time comes that your roof needs to be repaired or replaced. Sully-Jones Roofing has extensive experience in providing roof estimates for insurance claims and helping our clients navigate the process of getting their roof repair or replacement covered by their insurance company.

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Does My Roof Need To Comply With Title 24 Cool Roofs?

Find out whether you need to comply with Title 24 Cool Roof Requirements and how complying with Title 24 can reduce your energy costs.

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California adopted a new energy efficiency policy in 1978 when the state determined that the current building standards fell short of preventing global warming and still allowed for a great deal of wasted energy. Since that time, Part 6 of the California Code of Regulations (more commonly referred to as Title 24) has been reviewed every three years to outline the minimum standards for energy efficient roofs. If you have a residential or commercial building in San Diego, you need to be aware of the Title 24 regulations and stay up to code. Among the aspects of energy efficient roofs reviewed by Title 24 is how well a building remains cool, therefore needing less air conditioning. Many businesses in San Diego can meet this part of Title 24 compliance by applying a protective coating to their rooftops.

Who Needs to Comply in With Title 24 in San Diego?

Any building in San Diego that has been built or altered since 1978 needs to comply with the Title 24 regulations set forth by the state of California. The level of protection that your roof requires will depend on the heat zone that your building is located in. Even though you may not experience hot temperatures all year round in San Diego, particularly if you are located near the coast, your commercial roof is not immune from damage and temperature increases caused by the suns burning rays. An official inspection can help you figure out the heat zone that applies to you, but you should assume that as a San Diego business owner, you will need to take at least some measures to successfully meet the Title 24 minimum requirements. Be sure to consult with a San Diego commercial roofing company that is expert in Title 24 Cool Roofs.

The Advantages of Title 24 Compliance

The chief purpose of Title 24 is to conserve energy by limiting excess heat and air conditioning, which wastes electricity as well as money. Not only will compliance with Title 24 regulations keep you out of hot water with the government, but you can also save on utility costs and have a generally stronger roof surface on your building. When you are compliant with Title 24 your roof will better reflect away the sun’s rays instead of absorbing it and causing the temperature to increase inside your building. By investing in a roof treatment that brings you into compliance, you can substantially decrease your energy bills, limit the possibility of water damage from rain and also keep the wind from penetrating your rooftop. With a Title 24 compliant coating,  such as the SJ – T24 Coating from Sully-Jones Roofing, the lifespan of your rooftop will be extended by many years.

How to Become Compliant

Simply adding a cool roof system spray, such as Sully-Jones SJ-T24 Cool Roof System, to your rooftop will bring you into Title 24 compliance. In many cases, the entire process can be completed very quickly and you will see very little disturbance to your daily business. The roof coating is sprayed onto your building by professionals and dries very swiftly. A protective cool roof coating may be applied to and be equally effective on a variety of roofing surfaces, including built-up, cap sheet, and gravel. The white color of a roofing coat will reflect the sun’s rays away from your building, unlike a black or gray roof material that absorbs the light and creates heat. The self-washing roof coating will remain intact for many years without need for maintenance.

If you are a business owner in San Diego, or own commercial real estate, you are obligated to stay on top of your building’s compliance with Title 24. Protect your building from the sun, rain, and wind in one easy step by adding a protective coating for cool roofs.  Contact Sully-Jones for a FREE roof inspection and estimate.

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Roof Repair and Replacement for Shopping Malls

Commercial Roofing for Shopping Malls Requires Specialized Service.

Roof Replacement for Shopping Centers can present its own sets of issues and obstacles to overcome. There are many reasons why shopping mall owners and managers should use a Commercial Roofing Company specifically experienced in repairing, replacing and maintaining shopping mall roofs.

As a commercial property owner or manager, you know that your tenants and their customers do not want to be disturbed by your roof repair or replacement.  They don’t want workers stomping on their roof during shopping hours. They don’t want to deal with the debris that comes with re-roofing and repair.  But while the process of repairing or replacing your shopping mall roof could be a disruption, your tenants certainly don’t want roof leaks to damage their merchandise or interfere with their business.

Repairing, replacing and maintaining your shopping mall roof is essential, so you need to work with a Commercial Roofing Company that knows how to minimize disruptions to your tenants. Sully-Jones Roofing, serving San Diego County, CA has over 60 years experience in roofing and an extensive list of shopping mall roof installation, repair and maintenance customers.

Shopping Mall Roof Requires Specialized Roofing Company

A Recent Shopping Mall Roof Replacement Project

Sully-Jones Roofing, San Diego, CA recently installed a new roof on the GTM Shopping Center in Lemon Grove – home to the GTM General Store, Joanne’s Fabrics and Cotijas Mexican Restaurant.  The parking lot, at this particular mall, is packed with customers 7 days a week.  Sully-Jones worked with GTM Property Management to perform the work with the least amount of disruption to the tenant businesses.

The old roof was installed by Sully-Jones many years ago and was ready to be replaced. GTM was happy with the work Sully-Jones did on their previous roof and selected them again for the new work on their shopping mall roof.

Before Sully-Jones Roofing could install the Polara® polyester built-up commercial roof, over 43,000 square feet on two buildings, they had to remove multiple layers of roofing – totaling a whopping 344,000 pounds (172 tons) of debris.   They also had to correct drainage problems and replace roof drains.

Sully-Jones recommended the Polara® polyester built-up commercial roof for GTM because it’s non-woven, needle-punched, and heat-resistant polyester meets the exacting technical requirements of the built-up roofing (BUR) industry and is far superior in water tightness and puncture resistance.

Prolong the Life of Your Shopping Mall Roof with a Protection Plus Roof Warranty

GTM understands the importance of regular roof maintenance in increasing the longevity of their roof, so they opted for the Protection Plus 20-year Warranty Program.  The Protection Plus Program incudes annual roof cleanings to remove trash and debris, inspections of all roofing and mechanical equipment on the roof, as well as annual touch-up of roof details. The Protection Plus Warranty assures commercial customers that their roof will be protected against damaging leaks.

Your Shopping Mall Roof and your tenants require a Commercial Roofing Contractor that has experience in mitigating disruptions to your tenant’s business. Sully-Jones Roofing is consistently the first choice by San Diego Commercial Business owners and managers.  If you are a commercial property owner or manager in San Diego County, contact Sully-Jones Roofing to get a FREE Inspection and Roof Replacement Estimate.

 

A Case Study in Specialized Solutions for Apartment Roofs

Apartment Roofs

Falcon Point Apartments Re-Roof by Sully-Jones Roofing, San Diego, CA

Apartment Roofing Can Present Unique Problems Requiring Specialized Roofing Solutions.

Continuous roof leaks at Falcon Point Apartments plagued the Covenant Property Management Company for years. Maintenance personnel spent too much time and money repairing ceilings and drying out carpets.  The roofs at Falcon Point Apartments were leaking, but as is often the case, the sources of the leaks were not obvious.

Covenant Property Management chose Sully–Jones Roofing for their 10 building Falcon Point Apartment Complex in the City of Riverside because of the success they experienced with Sully-Jones on another tenant reroof project in Vista, San Diego County. Steve Johnson was the Project Manager on both jobs. “ We inspected the entire apartment roofing system and came up with cost effective solutions that would eliminate their leaks and extend the life of their roof in the long term,” Johnson stated.

Upon inspection of the apartment complex roof, Sully-Jones Roofing found that multiple areas of deck deflection were causing ponding water.  In addition, HVAC units were directly located in water run ways which restricted the flow of water.

Sully-Jones Roofing started by relocating the HVAC units. The next step was to level ponding water areas to improve drainage.  After all the preparation was completed, a new POLARA® Polyester Built Up Roofing System was installed over 43,500 square feet on the first five of the 10 buildings. The other five buildings are scheduled to be completed with the POLARA® roofing system soon.

POLARA® is a superior roofing material that is designed especially for Built-Up (BUR) roofing in commercial, industrial and apartment flat roof applications.

POLARA® 
is a non-woven, needle-punched, and heat-resistant polyester for use in conjunction with in situ hot bitumen applied on a flat roof. It is strong, light-weight, durable and UV-resistant. The strength and toughness of POLARA® polyester provides the ultimate standard in water tightness and puncture-resistance performance.  The POLARA®  roofing material can actually extend the life of a commercial flat roof by as much as 30%.

To improve the look and extend the life of a POLARA® roof even further, ask about our POLARA SHIELD® roof coating. It forms seamless, white, weather barrier and radiant sun shield that can lower interior temperatures and double the life of the roof covering while cutting energy costs. This process is a one-time installation and does not have to be maintained like other roof coatings.

POLARA® saves our customers money:

  • No expensive tear-offs, in most cases.
  • POLARA® is one-fourth the weight of other BUR systems so there is no need for costly weight reinforcement.
  • Minimal downtime – Our own equipment and trained employees expedite each project.
  • Complete written estimates that are adhered to – because Sully-Jones has the roofing knowledge, expertise, and experience to complete your job the right way – on time and on budget.
  • POLARA® Roofing Systems with POLARA SHEILD®  can qualify for a 20 year extended warranty.

Founded in 1952, Sully-Jones Roofing Company is one of Southern California’s most experienced commercial roofing companies.  Experts in commercial, residential and apartment roofing, Sully-Jones Roofing, is San Diego’s first choice for property management companies throughout San Diego County. CA.

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5 Reasons You Should Hire a Professional Roofing Company to Repair Your Roof.

Roof repair in San Diego might seem like a job you could tackle yourself. But when you stop to consider the investment you have in your roof and how important it is to protecting your home, as well as, all that you own inside your home, you will want to make sure that the job is done right. Below are 5 reasons why you should hire a professional roofing company to repair your roof.

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Reason #1: Save Money

Yes, you could SAVE money when you hire a professional roofing company to fix your roof.  Roofing companies can usually get roofing materials at a lower cost than you can. They also have all of the tools needed to complete the job correctly. When you consider the cost of purchasing all of the tools needed, you will find that the costs quickly add up.  And if you run into problems, and most do when attempting a technical job for the first time, your costs can get out of hand.

Reason #2: Access to High Quality Materials

Roofing materials are not all created equal. Your professional roofing contractor knows which materials are the best quality and the best fit for your particular roof. When purchasing roofing materials on your own, you are limited to only those materials that are available at home improvement stores. Professional roofers, on the other hand, have access to high quality materials at wholesale prices.

Reason #3: Don’t Be Left Exposed

You’re busy. Finding time to devote to repairing your roof is difficult. If you are not able to find large blocks of time to complete the entire job, you could leave parts of your roof exposed. In doing so, you will risk the integrity of your roof and expose the contents below to the elements. A professional roofing company has the experience, the tools and the personnel to get your roof repair done quickly.

Reason #4: Protect Your Safety

It goes without saying that working on a roof is an inherently dangerous job. This is particularly true when you do not have experience and all of the safety tools and equipment. If you have ever tried hauling heavy or bulky materials up a ladder, you know how precarious it can be.  Then, of course, there is always the risk of falling off the roof and seriously hurting yourself.  An average of 136,118 people every year – 49.5 per 100,000 people in the United States – are rushed to emergency rooms for ladder related injuries.

Reason #5: Warrantee on Workmanship

Professional Roofing Companies in San Diego should offer a warrantee on workmanship.  If there are any problems with the work the done on your roof, your professional roofing company will make repairs until the problem is corrected.

Standard warranties on workmanship are 1-5 years.  Sully-Jones offers labor warranties up to 20 years on both shingle and flat roofing.

Sully-Jones has the longevity, knowledge, and experience that enable us to offer these extended warranties. Our craftsmanship and installation techniques have proven the test of time and we stand firmly behind all of our work. Sully-Jones will provide you with the best roofing warranty available in San Diego county and the peace of mind that your roof will be taken care of for the life of your warranty.

Contact Sully-Jones, for new roofs, roof repair, roof maintenance emergency roof repairs. Sully-Jones is the most respected professional roofing company in San Diego.

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