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At Allstate Roofing we believe that a job well-done is its own reward. That's why it's so gratifying when we leave a job, we know our roofers have matched their best efforts with the excellent materials for quality results that will last a long time. Our roofing crew enjoys putting their best foot forward consistently.
YEars in Business
21 years
David Hall
Contact Information
Allstate Roofing
11353 Sunrise Gold Circle, Suite B, Rancho Cordova, CA 95742
(916) 900-8134
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Contractors license #
CSLB #736384
Whether you are looking for a roofer in oakland, roofer in alameda, a roofer in concord, or a roofer in the bay area in general we have you covered!

Call us today for a free roof quote (916) 900-8134 and tell us about your roof project!

We understand that when your roof needs to be repaired or replaced that this can be a very stressful and time consuming process. The last thing you need is a roofing contractor that has no clue how to finish what they start.

A new roof installation can be overwhelming for you as a homeowner and we get that it is a big deal. Not only can the work be noisy and disrupt the home's occupants, but increased noise and traffic can also cause problems for the neighbors. Once a new roof install has been scheduled, there are several things that homeowners should be aware of and prepare for.

One of the most important things that homeowners should realize is that removing the old roof and installing the new roofing materials is a messy job. The contractor will need to bring a dumpster up to the house, meaning the driveway may be inaccessible during the tear off and install. Because pieces of roof can fall onto flowers and other vegetation, homeowners may wish to cover the vegetation to reduce the risk of damage. Any sprinkler systems should be clearly marked, and lawn ornaments or outdoor potted plants should be removed.The work being done to the roof can also affect the inside of the home.

During the tear off and install, roofers will be walking around on top of the roof, and there will be plenty of hammering. This can cause the home's structure to shake. Anything that is mounted onto the ceiling, including chandeliers or hanging plants, could crack or break, and should be secured if possible. Additionally, especially if the home has multiple floors, artwork and pictures that are hanging on the wall could fall off and break. Homeowners may wish to move glass or breakable items from high shelves to a safe location until the project is completed.

If the home is located in a compact neighborhood, it is likely that any roofing project will affect the neighbors in some way. The waste receptacle may take up several parking spaces on a street, and the project will of course be noisy. It is highly recommended that homeowners let their neighbors know well in advance about the roofing project so that the neighbors have time to prepare for any disruption to their daily routine. Most professional roofers understand that having a new roof installed can be a confusing process and will make it as easy for homeowners as possible. If homeowners are unsure of how to best to protect their property, their contractor can offer information regarding what needs to be protected during a major roofing project.
services we provide
Roof Installation

Roof Repair

Commercial Roofing

Gutter Repair

Gutter Installation

Skylight Repair

Skylight Installation

Dry Rot Repairs

Green Roof Installation

Green Roof Repair

Metal Roof Installation

Metal Roof Repair

Flat Roof Installation

Asphalt Roof Repair

Asphalt Roof Installation

Wood Roof Repair

Wood Roof Installation

Solar Tile Installation

Slate Roof Installation

Rubber Slate Roof Installation

Clay Roof Installation

Concrete Roof Installation

Tar Roof Installation

Gravel Roof Installation

Gravel Roof Repair
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Bay Area cities we service:
Oakland, San Francisco, San Jose, Fremont, Santa Rosa, Napa, Hayward, Sunnyvale, Concord, Santa Clara, Vallejo, Berkeley, Fairfield, Richmond, Antioch, Daly City, San Mateo, Vacaville, San Leandro, Livermore, Redwood City, Mountain View, Alameda, San Ramon, Pleasanton, Milpitas, Palo Alto, Walnut Creek, South San Francisco, Pittsburg, Cupertino, Petaluma, San Rafael, Novato, Brentwood, Gilroy, Dublin, Newark, Danville, San Bruno, Rohnert Park, Campbell, Morgan Hill, Pacifica, MartinezCounty seat, Oakley, Pleasant Hill, Menlo Park, Foster City, Saratoga, Los Gatos, San Pablo, Los Altos, Burlingame, San Carlos, East Palo Alto, Suisun City, Benicia, Windsor, Belmont, Hercules, Lafayette, El Cerrito, Millbrae, American Canyon, Albany, Pinole, Dixon, Orinda, Moraga, Mill Valley, San Anselmo, Larkspur, Half Moon Bay, Healdsburg, Clayton, Hillsborough, Piedmont, Sonoma, Emeryville, Corte Madera, Tiburon, Cloverdale, Los Altos Hills, Fairfax, Sebastopol, Rio Vista, Cotati, Sausalito, Atherton, St. Helena, Woodside, Calistoga, Portola Valley, Brisbane, Monte Sereno, Yountville, Ross, Belvedere, Colma,

How long does it take for a new roof to be installed?
The time it takes for professionals to install a new roof depends on several factors, including the weather, the size of the home and the materials being used. On a mid sized home, it may take roofers one to three days to tear off the old roof and install the new one, barring any weather delays.

What is a tear off?
When a contractor refers to a tear off, it means that a complete removal of the outer roofing material is needed. This usually includes the shingles and felt paper, and the flashing may also be removed and replaced.

What happens if a roofer is injured on a steep slope roof property?
Reputable roofing contractors are licensed and bonded, giving all workers coverage if an accident occurs. This license and bond should be verified by a homeowner before signing a roofing contract to be sure that an injured worker is treated appropriately without any monetary issues between the homeowner and contractor. Questionable roofers without licensing or bonding could possibly sue a homeowner for damages.

What is a Roof system?
The term "roof system" refers to all of the basic structural elements that make up a completed roof. Roof systems are typically classified as either low-slope or steep slope. In general, a roofing system includes a weatherproofing layer, shingles, underlayment, a secondary weatherproofing barrier and a roof deck.

How does a good ventilation system improve the life expectancy of a roof?
A quality roof ventilation system not only improves people's health but increases the life expectancy of roofs by keep them cooler during hot summer months. Without a proper ventilation system, the heat that a roof absorbs builds up in the attic, keeping it hot for extend periods of time and hastening decay.

What type of material do I chose?
Usually there is no urgency for a homeowner to select a new roof. Therefore, it's recommended that homeowners who have decided that it's more cost effective to have a new roof installed take their time to weigh all options before making a final selection. A professional roofer can help homeowners with this process by presenting the information they need to make a well informed decision when it comes to the type of roof that best fits their preferences and budget.

The selection of shingles is just as important as any other roofing choice a homeowner needs to make. Ideally, shingles should match the trim or at least complement the exterior color of the home. Choices include either a single color or a combination of matching colors. It's also a good idea for homeowners to consider the colors used on the majority of the homes in their neighborhood to avoid issues with home value or homeowners' association guidelines.

The next choice a homeowner opting for a new roof will have to make is what type of shingles they want. Asphalt shingles tend to be the most popular choice. If a homeowner opts for coated asphalt shingles meeting Energy Star standards, they may earn a rebate. Well maintained asphalt shingles have a lifespan ranging from 20 to 30 years.

Wood shingles, on the other hand, can last around 50 years if well cared for over the years. Wood shingles also have a natural look that tends to add aesthetic appeal to a roof. Slate shingles and tile shingles are more expensive options. However, they are equally durable when properly maintained. Plastic polymer shingles are a low-maintenance alternative designed to resemble wood shakes or slate.

When it comes to the overall roof system, homeowners will need to decide whether or not any of the existing roof structure can be saved. If substantial deterioration has occurred, it's generally more cost-effective to start from scratch by replacing the underlying structures. If the structures that support a roof are weak, the overall integrity of the roof will likely be compromised, increased the odds of roof collapse at some point in the future.

Homeowners will want to consider factors like how much sunlight hits their roof, what kind of weather is typically experienced in their area and how much debris is likely to make it onto their roof when deciding on an overall design. If an older roof is being replaced, homeowners aren't limited to the exact same roof design in terms of slopes and angles. If, for instance, a neighborhood was tree-lined when the last roof was installed and it now has more sun exposure, a roof with protective layering and coated shingles to compensate for extra sun exposure makes sense.

What color roof do I chose?
Neutral colors are the most popular shades for asphalt shingles, tiles and other roofing materials. Neutral colors consist of shades of beige, brown, white and gray. There are many benefits to selecting these colors, including their unobtrusive presence, the ability to complement brighter colors of exterior paint or siding and their ability to blend in with other homes in the neighborhood.Basic black is the standard color for asphalt shingles and is typically the least expensive option as well.

However, a solid black roof may cause a home's summertime energy consumption to be much greater than that of a home with a different color of shingles. This is because the black asphalt absorbs the sun's radiant heat rather than reflecting and emitting it back into the environment.

Some homeowners select bright and bold colors for their roofs to give their neighbors a headache while accentuating their creativity!
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Expert Bay Area Roofers
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