The roof of a home protects both the inside and outside. It is a shelter that serves as a barrier protecting the contents of your home and family against the outside elements. Supreme Remodeling offers roofing repair and roofing installation throughout the greater Los Angeles area, including Pasadena, Tarzana, Pacific Palisades, and Chatsworth.
New Roof Construction in Los Angeles
A properly installed roof will drain water down to the gutters, through the downspouts and away from your home. A new roof should be both attractive and durable enough to withstand any severe or extreme weather conditions. Installing a new roof will also add distinctive beauty and value (up to $12,000+) to your home. Good roofing also contributes to your home’s overall energy efficiency. Here in Los Angeles it gets hot. Your roofing plays an important role in your home. Not only does your roof protect it also helps reflect heat away from your house preventing it from entering your home and and raising your energy bills.
Supreme Remodeling INC. will take care of your roof from start to finish including any and all permits. For more info on calculating your permit fees click here to view the Los Angeles county permit fee calculator.
Types of Roofs
Asphalt shingle is common in Los Angeles for several reasons. It is inexpensive, durable, easy to install, and there are several color options. An asphalt shingle roof will last you upwards of 15 years.
Spanish, or mission, tile are made of clay. The clay is dried over logs and cured in the sun. The most popular color for Spanish tile is terra cotta, but they can be styled in several other custom-made colors. Spanish tiles are heavier than most other options, so you need to make sure your home is strong enough to support them.
Concrete is a very durable roofing option. It is also heavier than Spanish tile, so consulting a professional engineer before installation is often recommended. Supreme Remodeling INC.’s experts can help you decide if concrete tile roofing is a viable option for your home.
Quarry slate is both natural and durable, but it often has to be hand cut. Typically requiring a different type of underlayment placed under the roof before the quarry slate is installed. helping to keep it in place. Once it is in place it can outlast the life of the home.
Wood shake must be treated to resist wildfires and other pest infestations. The roofing options is cost effective, but also requires routine maintenance.
Sheet metal comes in several different patterns and colors. You can choose which type of metal you want (aluminum, steel, tin, etc.). These roofs are coated with a material to help reflect heat keeping your home cool in the summer.
If you are looking for a different type of roof than what we listed, reach out to us today and we will gladly go over other options with you.