Professional roofers recommend getting your roof inspected at least once a year to see if any wear and tear or significant signs of aging exist. They can tell a great deal by looking at how well your roofing materials are holding up against the environment and aging.
The most common roofing material for homes in Marin County and the Bay area is asphalt shingles.
Updated June 2022
Now that we are entering into a time of hot, sunny days, you may not be worried about whether your roof can be worked on when it is raining. If you live in Marin, Sonoma, Napa, or anywhere in California, you may want to think again. The devasting fires have started again and the supply chain delays for construction materials to rebuild homes are keeping contractors of all stripes very busy. That includes roofing contractors who employ experienced roofers to tackle your roofing installation.
The Bay Area, including Marin County, received more than its share of high wind advisories of late. That has homeowners wondering if their roofs are strong enough to withstand all that wind.