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Western Pacific Roofing Corporation provides services to Thousands of Homeowners every year
Western Pacific Roofing can perform temporary and permanent repairs with crews trained to find and solve leak issues. Minimizing damage and the emotional distress caused by a leaking building is high priority for us. We have trained technicians that understand the importance of discovering the leak source and determine the most cost effective repair to minimize further damage. In most cases our repair services are billed by the hour so that the buyer is only paying for the amount of time and service required.
Roof system maintenance programs are an inexpensive way to prevent most leaks from ever occurring as well as providing needed information about how roof systems are performing. An annual roof system maintenance program can be developed for each home or small business to fit the needs of the roof systems installed. Maintenance programs have been proven to significantly extend the serviceable life of roofing systems. Generally these programs are extremely low cost and include minor service and repairs as well as a report on each building.
Western Pacific Roofing Corp. has been in business since 1949 installing and servicing almost all types of roof systems on the market. We are certified and approved applicators for most roof system types and manufacturerers. We can perform visual roof inspections and determine how currently installed roof systems are performing. We can make recommendations of corrected actions or maintenance that can prolong the serviceable life of the roof systems. If required we can provide written reports detailing the systems types and conditions noted.
Roof Restoration Systems
Western Pacific Roofing works with many Manufacturers that produce systems to “restore” and extend the serviceable life of roof systems. Many of these systems meet and or exceed Cool Roof requirements and are listed with the Cool Roof Rating Council (CRRC).
Serving the Antelope Valley, Palmdale, Lancaster, Palm Springs, and all of Southern California since 1949.