If you do not wish to undergo a complete replacement, re-roofing can be your longstanding solution for extensive roof damage. It is generally a less expensive option that mimics the advantages of a total roof replacement. Our contractors will lay and secure new shingles on top of your existing ones instead of outright replacing them.
Sometimes, re-roofing is a better option for your needs. If you are not sure about taking this option, our contractors can inspect your roof’s condition and assess the best course of action to take.
Shelton Roofing offers composition shingles that will help you find what you need without sacrificing quality and protection. We have various high-quality shingles in various types that you can choose from.
Made with asphalt, concrete, or synthetic rubber, flat roofs can deliver some great advantages not found in other types of roof despite their shorter lifespan. They give the habitants more useable space and are easier to access for repairs. Flat roofs are much affordable but require more maintenance as they are prone to water damage.
For expert flat roofing, maintenance, and emergency repair services, Shelton Roofing has you covered. We will make sure that your roof is structurally sound and will respond promptly should you need sudden repairs due to weather damage. Our contractors will be more than happy to help with any concerns with your flat roof.
One of the popular roofing materials that most of our customers opt for is metal. It is a great alternative to other types of roofs, such as PVC, shingles, asphalt, and clay. In addition to this, metal roofing is desired for the following reasons:
If you feel like metal roofs are the perfect choice for you, we at Shelton Roofing can have them installed for you professionally. Our contractors are well-versed with metal roofing work and will ensure that your metal roof meets your needs and standards.
A highly-popular roof option all across the United States is pitched roofing. The biggest advantage it carries is that its angle helps rain and snow glide off of it easily, preventing water build-up that can cause damage. Repairs, installations, and maintenance, however, can be dangerous, so it’s best to leave them to the pros.
Shelton Roofing is here for your pitched roofing needs, whether they are installations, repairs, or replacements. We have the necessary training, equipment, and experience that can ensure the safety and quality of the project. Schedule an appointment with us now, and let’s get started!
One of the latest trends in the roofing industry is the use of PVC. PVC roofing has become a popular option among California residents in the past few years. On low or no slope roofs, PVC can last for quite some time. Nevertheless, PVC roofing isn't for everyone. It will need regular upkeep and maintenance if it is to withstand the extremities of the weather for long.
One of the reasons PVC roofing is so sought after is due to the fact that it comes in different colors. Our clients can choose the color of PVC roofing they would like so that they can adequately match the rest of their home. Simply call us at 831-464-4120 to discuss your options. Our customer service reps will explain the pros and cons of PVC roofing before we come out for an inspection of your roof.
In the State of California, you probably notice that most of the structures whether they’re residential or commercial, have tile rooftops. Tile roofing is popular among our clients, especially those in the Santa Cruz County. For over 35 years, Shelton Roofing has been providing topnotch roofing services for Scotts Valley, Santa Cruz, Capitola, Soquel, Aptos, Live Oak, La Selva Beach, Watsonville, Aromas, Ben Lomond, Felton, Bonny Doon, Boulder Creek, and Corralitos. Throughout our history, we’ve learned that tile roofing is one of the most sought after roofing solutions on the West Coast.
Tile roofing is often associated with clay tiles. Clay tiles have become an extremely favorable roofing material to many. The residents of California like clay tile roofs because the tiles won’t rot or burn in the scorching hot sun. Concrete and sand casted tiles are also alternatives to clay tiles. These materials seem to hold up best in the long hours of a hot West Coast day. Your roof is guaranteed to last longer with clay tiles or a material with similar durability.