New Roofs & Re-Roofs Re-roofing is the process of installing a new roof when a roofing system fails. Roofing system failures can be caused by a number of factors, including age, severe weather, poor workmanship, defective materials, improper specification of a roofing system, abuse and failure to maintain the roof via inspections.
New & Existing Construction
Tear Off & Replacement
Structural Repair Roof repair is something you will always have to deal with as a homeowner. Roof repair can include anything from fixing things like damaged shingles, holes, roof leaks or dents.The failure to fix minor roof deterioration is something that can cause premature roof problems. Wetmore Roofing can repair chimney or other structural damage. We have over 45 years in roofing maintenance, repair and new construction. It is important to get all the facts before making a decision about major work on your home. Call us today. We will give you all the options and explain everything to you thoroughly.
Restoration At Wetmore Roofing we understand that a cleaner roof not only looks great but it can help your roof last longer. That’s why we provide homes in the Southern California area with a complete line of roof cleaning services, including soft-wash roof cleaning and low pressure roof cleaning.
Our crew of roofing experts will come to your home and remove moss, mold, algae, bird detritus and any other unwanted substances from the surface of your roof. We’ll also thoroughly clean your roof with a gentle, low-pressure wash, making your old roof look good as new without damaging it.
Shingle and Tile Replacement
Insulation Ceiling (and roof) insulation is usually associated with attic insulation. Even if that insulation demands lifting the roof, it may be a deserving task and investment. The benefits can be huge.
In cold climates, the insulation is usually restricted to the ceiling (or attic). In hot and warm climates insulation may also reflective insulation for the roof (besides ceiling-attic insulation).
Flashing Residential roofing is typically made up of a multitude of materials and surfaces whose primary task is to maintain a barrier between the interior and the weather. The most pervasive and difficult weather element to control is water. Roof flashing is usually the last line of defense in the battle against water penetration.
Flashing forms the intersections and terminations of roofing systems and surfaces, to thwart water penetration. The most common locations for roof flashing are at valleys,chimneys, roof penetrations, eaves, rakes, skylights, ridges, and at roof-to-wall intersections.
Flashing must be configured to resist the three mechanisms of water penetration: gravity, surface tension, and wind pressure. To achieve this, flashing can be lapped shingle style, soldered or sealed to function as a continuous surface, or can be configured with a non-continuous profile to defeat water surface tension.
Coping A coping system includes a cleat mountable on a wall, a splice plate mountable over the cleat and a coping cap mountable to the cleat that is held in place by a spring between the cleat and the coping cap. In general, both the cleat and the coping cap have approximately U-shape cross-sections. The ends of the coping cap turn inwardly to form hooks that catch the ends of the cleat. The spring urges the coping cap to retain the legs of the cleat in the hooks and thus hold the coping cap to the cleat and to the wall. The splice plate is held in place on the cleat by clips that extend from the cleat and through corresponding openings in the splice plate to engage portions of the splice plate adjacent the openings, thereby preventing the splice plate from moving away from the cleat.
Gutters / Downspouts are the exterior drainage system of your home. It is important to keep up maintenance on your gutters to prevent them from leading to serious damage in the future. The articles in this section provide information on how to install a gutter system, repair damaged gutters, and maintain and clean your gutters.
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