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You know the importance of your roof — it insulates your home and protects you from the elements. But maintaining this important feature isn't always easy. Keeping the roof on your Elk Grove home well-maintained can prolong its life and reduce the need for expensive repairs.
No matter the issue, there's a roofing expert in your area who can help. Use our guide to find the right contractor for your job.
3336 Bradshaw Rd Suite 240, Sacramento, CA 95827
7346 Alden Way, Sacramento, CA 95828
5580 Power Inn Rd Suite F, Sacramento, CA 95820
6111 Warehouse Way, Sacramento, CA 95826
6771 Ferrier Ct, Sacramento, CA 95822
7670 Manon Way, Sacramento, CA 95823
8250 Calvine Rd C142A, Sacramento, CA 95828
9770 Florin Rd, Sacramento, CA 95829
10400 Twin Cities Rd, Galt, CA 95632
8250 Alpine Ave suite d, Sacramento, CA 95826
5100 Stockton Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95820
9701 Dino Dr Unit 100, Elk Grove, CA 95624
Today's Homeowner looks at dozens of datapoints on roofing companies to come up with our data-driven rankings. It's not possible for a company to pay for preferential treatment in our rankings. We look at the following key factors in determining who should top our list:
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The type of roofing material that's best in Elk Grove will depend on things like your budget and how often you want to do maintenance.
Slate is more expensive but is more durable, while asphalt will be cheaper up front but won't last as long. In Elk Grove, winters can be cold. This can make a wood roof, with its superior insulation, a better choice for you. On the other hand, clay roofs can be beneficial during the summer, as they reflect Elk Grove's bright sunlight and save you money on cooling costs.
In California, licensing is handled by the Department of Consumer Affairs Contractors State License Board. Contractors must have an active license in order to work on roofing projects valued over $500, and in most cases must be bonded.
Fifteen to 30 years is the average lifespan of a roof. If yours falls somewhere in this range (particularly on the higher end), you should think about having it inspected. Your roof might also need replacing if it suffers frequent or significant damage, for example from downed trees or severe weather. In Elk Grove, your roof is less likely to be damaged by a weather event, and might need to be replaced less often.
Roof repairs, on average, cost around $1,252 in Elk Grove. The final price of repairs will vary depending on the nature of the job. Prices can range from $100 up into the thousands of dollars.
Signs that you need to replace your roof include the following:
Depending on which contractor you use, your home insurance may cover some roof replacement costs. Some insurance companies may have preferred contractors. It may also be easier to get assistance for roof work if the damage was caused by a covered weather event, such as a severe storm. Reach out to your home insurance company to learn whether they have any preferred contractors, and what costs may be covered.