Premium roofing products offered by Sacramento's leading roofing contractor
There are a number of things to consider when selecting a new roof system for your home or building. Of course cost, durability and aesthetics head the list, but there are other factors to consider; climate, environment, energy savings, and roofing requirements (Title 24 to name one). After all, your roof is your home or buildings single most important defense when it comes to protecting it from the elements, so it is important you choose a qualified contractor.
As Sacramento's leading roofing contractor, we are certified to install all major roofing products including the latest advances in the industry. We have several options available to accentuate your roof using asphalt composition, stone coated steel/metal, synthetic slate, wood shake, and cool products. If you have a low slope roof or commercial project we use the best single ply/TPO, or self- adhered products. We encourage you to visit our family owned roofing business and design center/showroom, where you can see and touch all the roofing displays and products.
With so many roofing options available and ever changing requirements, you want a contractor who is reputable, knowledgeable, and will listen to your goals. Cal-Vintage is dedicated to providing the best roofing materials and products for your home or building.
The Affordable, Most Popular Roof Choice
Also called fiberglass asphalt shingles, is the most common roof and comes in a variety of colors and styles. Composite shingles offer a wonderful balance between cost, aesthetics and overall value. Since we are certified with the top composition manufacturers, we are able to provide our clients the highest warranties in the roofing industry.
A Durable Roof With A Traditional Appearance
If you are looking for a roofing system that offers the classic beauty of slate, clay tiles, or stylish shingles, but without the premium cost, then a stone-coated steel /metal roof could be the best solution for your home. A steel roof will add to your homes beauty, resale value and provide more energy efficiency. A top choice of both roofing contractors and homeowners.
The Naturally Beautiful Selection For Your Roof Replacement
Cedar is the most popular wood used to make roof shakes and shingles. Cedar wood roofs are also energy efficient providing a natural insulation up to two times that of asphalt shingles. The greatest advantage of all is the natural beauty of cedar and the way in which it gracefully ages into a beautiful grayish silver tone.
Few roof products are as beautiful or enduring as concrete roof tiles
Few roof products are as beautiful or enduring as concrete roof tiles. With so many styles and colors to choose from, you’ll find that adding a tile roof to your home is one of the easiest and most effective ways to complement its look and increase its value. Roof tiles can be flat, round, simulate wood shake or seek to replicate centuries-old roofing materials.
This Roof Will Lower Your Energy Bill, Extend Your Roof Life, Provide Greater Comfort
A cool roof is one that has been designed to reflect more sunlight and absorb less heat than a standard roof. As of January 1, 2010 California’s energy code, Title 24 Part 6, requires cool roofs to be installed on steep roof applications on residential buildings. If you choose not install a cool roof, there are options available that comply with Title 24.
Protect And Waterproof Your Roof Top
Any sheet of material used to cover a flat or low-pitched roof is usually known as a membrane and one piece membranes are called single ply. The primary purpose of these membranes is to waterproof the roof area. The most commonly used membrane is a TPO. Single-ply membranes are pre-fabricated sheets rolled onto the roof and attached with mechanical fasteners, adhered with chemical adhesives, or held in place with ballast (gravel, stones, or pavers).
Applications for Low Slope Roofs, Decks And Porches
(Modified Membrane) These self-adhering systems will provide long lasting protection for the low sloped areas of your property without the use of torches, flames, hot solvents or messy solvent-based adhesives. They are cold applied, come in a 2 or 3 ply system. They are used on porches, decks and not living areas.
Capturing The Appearance Of Natural Roof Materials
The desire for the distinctive appearance of natural slate and the need to overcome slate's inherent imperfections led to the development of synthetic slate roofing materials by the roofing industry. Maintenance free roofing tiles in 50 colors.