Clayton roofing contractors in California

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Smith & Bernal Roofing
  • Address:1221 Buckeye Terrace, Clayton, CA 94517, USA
  • Phone: +1 925-672-0138
  • Zip Code:94517
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  • Missing, Broken, Damaged Shingles
  • Roof Plumbing Pipe Weeping and Staining
  • Loose or Bent Ridge Vent
  • Fogging Window/Skylight Panes
  • Chimney Flashing Corrosion
  • Rusting Valley Metal
  • Loose Satellite Dishes
  • Overflowing or Improperly Sloped Gutters
  • Improper Attic Ventilation
  • Damaged Drip Edge, Soffit or Fascia
  • Signs of Black Mold
  • Winter Ice Dams

Clayton is a town in Contra Costa County, California, US, located at 37.915442\-121.909967, with ZIP code(s) 94517. If you are looking for companies in industrial roofing, you will find proper recommended companies in Clayton, CA, who work with construction epdm combination.

Keep Landscaping Maintained

One of the easiest things home and business owners can do to protect their roofing investment from unnecessary damages is by keeping an eye on landscaping materials around the structure. Trees that overhang the structure are often at risk for damaging shingle roofing materials. Once wind and strong storms blow through the your area, you can be sure that a tree branch or two are going to damage roofs that are in close proximity. But more often than not, it’s not the strong winds that do the most damages, it’s the weak winds that do.