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How Long Does It Take To Install and Finish a Roof?

Once we start working on your roof, it usually takes no more than three business days for most standard residential homes. Express Roofing is a certified contractor by the City Of Los Angeles, which saves you the extra expense on your roofing permit and speeds up the process once we start physical work on your roof.

Can I Have My Roof Replaced In The Winter? What if it rains?

Don’t be afraid to remove your roof in the winter!  We make sure the night before your scheduled installation begins that we will have a good amount of clear days before we begin your project.

If the weather forecast is not optimal and rain or high winds are expected, we will inform you of the need to postpone your project until the weather clears, and also get you re-scheduled – don’t worry, you will not lose your spot in line.

If weather forecast was for clear skies but rain catches us by surprise, we will cover your roof with plastic and make sure it is safe until the weather clears. We take these precautionary steps whether it is winter or summer.

Will I Get a Return on My Investment (ROI)?

According to Remodeling Magazine’s 2018 Cost vs. Value report, a new roof increases home resale value by a national average of nearly $15,000.00. The survey also revealed that homeowners who have new roofing installed can expect to recover an average of 68.4% of the installation cost through increased home value.

Why Would I Choose To Spend Money On a New Roof?

Replacing a roof is arguably the most important component of your house. After all, it keeps water out of the building and while nobody likes having to pay to replace a roof, the critical and aesthetic function it serves should help ease the pain of spending $10,000 to $20,000 on the work.

The average according to 2017 cost data collected by home improvement site Angie’s List, is around $13,000. For that kind of money, you want to make sure the job is done right.

Should I Replace My Roof If I Am Selling My Home?

There is one reason you might choose to spend money on your roof: to sell your home faster. A well-maintained home has the potential to sell faster because they show better when people tour them in person, and that’s one less concern for the buyer to take into account.

Bottom line is if your roof is beyond its useful life, then you should replace it before you sell your home. Anything less cut and dried will require additional consideration into the level of repair, cost, market condition, comparable sales, and how quickly you want to sell.

Can I Add Solar Panels On My Roof?

First question you want to ask yourself is; “Do I have enough roof space with good sun exposure?”. If you have additional roof space with good sun exposure, it’s relatively simple to install solar panels on a new section of your roof.

Solar panels are compatible with most roofing materials, including: Fiberglass Shingles, Flat Roofs and Tile roofs. Most solar companies will ask you to complete your new roof and they will come in the next day to install your new solar panels, which will need new post anchors and flashings around them. 

Which Is The Best Roof To Keep My House Cool?

Cool roofing shingles reflect the sun’s rays, Energy Star rated shingles can reduce air conditioner usage, lower your utility bills, and increase the comfort level inside your home. Since 2015 Los Angeles Green Building Code requires new builds in LA to have cool roofs.

A cool roof reflects and emits the sun’s energy as light back to the sky instead of allowing it to enter the building below as heat. In many climate zones, a cool roof can substantially reduce the cooling load of the building, providing several direct benefits to the building owner. Increased occupant comfort, especially during hot summer months – reduced air conditioning use, saving energy typically 10-30% and last but not least decrease roof maintenance costs due to longer roof life.

Because cool roofs reduce air-condoning use during the day’s hottest peak periods. Therefore, use of cool roofs reduces the stress on the energy grid during hot summer months and helps avoid shortages that can cause blackouts. I addition, for homeowners that pay for their energy based on time of use, they save energy when it is at its most expensive time.

I Live in Los Angeles, Am I Required to Have a Cool Roof?

Starting Oct.1, 2014, the 2014 Los Angeles Green Building Code requires that roofing material used in residential buildings meet certain values for the “aged solar reflectance” and “thermal emittance”,or for “SRI“.

Exceptions, when a cool roof is NOT required are:  for Roof repair; or Roof replacement when the roof area being replaced is equal to or less than 50% of the total roof area; or  where building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) are installed.

Can I Get A Rebate if I Have a Cool Roof?

LADWP’s cool roof rebates are available to single-family and multi-family residential customers, and are part of the Consumer Rebate Program.

To offset increased costs of a cool roof, LADWP has enhanced its cool roof rebate to offer between $0.20 and $0.30 per square foot of roofing, found at www.ladwp.com/rebatesandprograms (click on “Building Products”). Additionally, the building owner should realize reduced energy consumption, better indoor comfort, and increased life expectancy of the roof.

Do You Offer Financing?

Yes, Express Roofing worked very hard to selectively pick the best financing companies that are efficient and have great customer relation.

We offer different types of financing that range from unsecured loans to secured loans and do not have any junk fees added to your existing roofing cost.

You will be able to choose the one that fits you best from 6,12 and 18 months unsecured loans and 5,7,10 and 12 years secured loan as well as other ones depending on your situation.

What Areas Do You Serve in Los Angeles & Ventura County?
Our office is located in Tarzana and our service area includes North Hills, Valley Village, Toluca Lake, Valley Glen, Panorama City, Van Nuys, Studio City, Sherman Oaks, Granada Hills, North Hills, Lake Balboa, Porter Ranch, Northridge, Reseda, Encino, Tarzana, Winnetka, Chatsworth, Canoga Park, Woodland Hills, Calabasas, Hidden Hills, West Hills, Agoura Hills, Oak Park, Westlake Village, Thousand Oaks, Newberry Park, Simi Valley, Moorpark, Bell Canyon, San Fernando, Pacoima, Sun Valley, Universal City and Burbank.
How Can I Verify Your License?

CALIFORNIA LICENSED CONTRACTOR LIC# 893664 C-39. We carry C-39 specialty license and specialize in shingle, tile, flat and torch down roofs. We are fully insured and bonded.  Click this link to verify our license and expiration date: The Department of Consumer Affairs Contractors State License Board 


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