Roofers in Modesto, CA

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Roofers in Modesto, CA

Cal-West Roofing Inc

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Serving Modesto, CA

Since 1980 we’ve serviced thousands of California customers, giving us a depth of knowledge to draw on for every project. Cal-West Roofing Inc. offers impeccable installation, repair, and other professional roofing services.

Sj Company

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7171 Kemper RdModesto, CA 95357

SJ Company specializes in flat roofing applications and reconditioning metal roofs. Our roofing contractors are highly trained in fluid applied roofs, reflective coatings, and much more. 

Beltran Roofing

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618 Laurel AveModesto, CA 95351

Beltran Roofing Company is Central Valley’s reliable and respected roofing company. We provide high levels of value and customer satisfaction to both commercial and residential properties. 

1597 Po BoxHughson, CA 95326

Vernon Construction & Roofing, Inc. provides years of knowledge and quality workmanship on every project we take on. Our roofing contractors can install commercial and residential roofs from top-notch manufacturers such as Owens Corning, Malarkey, and GAF.

Baker Roofing Company

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Serving Modesto, CA

Baker Roofing takes pride in achieving superior quality workmanship and customer service. We take the time to get the job done right to ensure a safe and sound roof. The experienced team at Baker Roofing look forward to working on your project. Contact us today for a free, no-obligation roofing estimate.

Landeros Roofing Services

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Serving Modesto, CA

For more than 30 years, Landeros Roofing has been providing homeowners, realtors, and property managers with high-quality services. They provide quality, warranted repairs of all types—from re-roofs to maintenance to clean-offs and more.

All Weather Roofing Co. Inc.

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Serving Modesto, CA

All Weather Roofing Company installs top of the line roofing systems with a goal of 100% customer satisfaction. The roofers on our crew are factory certified installers of top-grade roofing materials from GAF/ELK and Owens Corning.  We stand by our work with one of the strongest workmanship warranties in California.

More Roofing Tips

How to Patch Roof Leaks

We don’t recommend performing roof repairs yourself. Not only is it dangerous, but there's a chance the issue won't be adequately resolved.

Instead, start by mitigating any further damage by minimizing water damage however possible.

Then, call a professional roofing contractor as quickly as possible. The sooner you reach out to them, the quicker your roof will be fixed.

Next, find out if your insurance covers a roof leak. Sometimes, the roofer you hire is happy to assist in working with your insurance.

Finally, check for mold to ensure there are no lingering issues once the leak is fixed.

Learn more: I Found a Roof Leak. What Do I Do Next?

How to Reduce or Remove Ice Dams

Ice dams plague many roofs across cold parts of the country. Poor ventilation and inadequate temperature control within the attic are the two of the main causes of ice dams.

To get rid of existing ice dams, we recommend calling a professional to avoid causing any damage to your roof coverings or flashings.

Heated cables, roof rakes, calcium chloride, and ice melters are generally excellent options for reducing the occurrence of ice dams in the first place.

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