Roofing in Orangevale, CA

Roofing in Orangevale, CA

Anderson RoofingRoofing in Orangevale, CA? Anderson Roofing provides all types of roofing services including seamless rain gutters and skylights in the Orangevale area. We also service the surrounding areas of Sacramento and Placer counties.

Bob Anderson is an experienced California state licensed roofing contractor. He has been finger printed and has been background checked by the CSLB for your protection. It is sometimes difficult to find quality, experience, skill, honest people to work on your roof. Having those features and roofing your home or business in a timely and safe manor is the way Anderson completes their roofing  projects, day in and day out

Here in the upper left corner is a steep sloped roof Anderson is roofing started in Augs. of 2016. Roofing in OrangevaleThere are many shake roofs like this in northern California. Anderson Roofing converts this roof to a solid sheathed roof deck and installs class A fire rated asphalt shingles as seen to the right. If you are looking for Rain Gutters we can handle that phase for you during the roofing of your home. As a full service roofing contractor we can provide roofing, repairs, inspections, maintaining your roof, certifications, gutters and skylight.

 

Anderson Roofing

Orangevale,CA 95662
916-726-2900
Lic#719926

A+ Rated with BBB

 

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Since 2005 Bob has been answering questions, free of charge, here at AskARoofer.com. With a strong background in residential roofing and provides a practical and simple answers to hundreds of roof related questions, so it is easy to understand the issues you may have with your roof. Our answers are free so feel free to ask what you want. Use the green question box to contact myself or AskAroofer.com I have spent ten years as a union shingler, seventeen years as a California licensed roofing contractor with a general contractor endorsement and since Feb. of 2005 a roofing consultant. If I don't know the answer to your question, I will point you in the right direction.

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