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805-390-1792 / 310-433-3766

CA Contractor License # 886275, C-39, B, C-33

Licensed Roofing, Painting and General Building Contractor

CALABASAS ROOFING: OUR PROJECTS

Within the parameter of Los Angeles County, Calabasas is home to over 20,000 people. There is so much to see and do here. Like spending time shopping, eating, and having fun at The Commons. Or, how about going for a hike or having a picnic in Malibu State Park?

It is so common to spend time outdoors in Calabasas, thanks to the stunning weather and many days of sunshine. The sun sure does shine on this city. Though, while the sun may make the great outdoors more inviting, it also can take a toll on everything underneath it – including your home. With constant sun exposure and the collection of heat, your roof is bound to take a beating.

HOW CALABASAS ROOFING IS AFFECTED BY THE SUN

With constant sun exposure and the collection of heat, your roof is bound to take a beating.

Thankfully there are a few things you can do to limit the damage caused by the sun. Or, at least catch any damage before it gets too bad.

  • Check out your roof every few months. Pull out that trusty ladder of yours and place it up against your home. Climb to your roof and stop. DO NOT walk on your roof as that can actually cause even more damage than the sun! Simply use your eyes and get a visual impression of the roof. Do you notice any tears? Cracks? Misaligned tiles?
  • While you are up there, check your gutters and drainage systems and make sure everything is cleared out and working properly. Water that does not drain efficiently can damage your roof tiles, causing them to weaken faster.

Calabasas roofing is prone to sun damage, but doing these things regularly can help you prolong the health of your roof, despite the damage the sun is trying to do. When and if you notice a change during one of your inspections, it is best to reach out to us early. Catching a problem before it gets too big is often a much more welcome repair.

All Climate Roofing is your trusted Calabasas roofing professional for any job. If you need help with your roof, contact us today.

ROOFING CALABASAS: ROOF MAINTENANCE

This beautiful single-family home inside the gated community has no roof leaks, but its roof does need lots of maintenance. There are many broken tiles need to be replaced and slipped tiles need to be glued back. Many exposed vent flashings need to be sealed.

For this Calabasas roofing project, we also cleaned the debris from the drainage area behind chimney and waterproof all the chimney flashings. We added new concrete mortar to all transitions to waterproof the roof intersections.

Last but not the least, the chimney cap was at its life span with severe rust and damage, the wind-driven rain can often seep under the chimney cap and leak inside the house.

We custom fabricate a new chimney cap with thicker gauge, wider flanges, strong cross brake to reinforce and pitch for better drainage. The chimney cap was painted with special metal paint before it was installed.

Waterproofing all vent flashings; painted the waterproofing to protect from sunlight
Adding Waterproofing to Vents | All Climate Roofing
Adding concrete mortar to all ridge transitions for waterproofing
Adding Concrete Mortart to Ridge | All Climate Roofing
Replacing all broken tiles and gluing all slipped tiles back with white caulking
Glued All Slipped Tiles Back With White Caulking | All Climate Roofing
Cleaning the chimney pan flashings to appear new
Painting the Caulking to Match the Roof Color | All Climate Roofing
Repairing the fascia board around the chimney cap
Repairing Fascia Board Around Chimney Cap | All Climate Roofing
Priming and painting the fascia surface to appear new
Priming and Painting the Fascia Surface | All Climate Roofing
Adding and re-gluing shingles back around chimney
Installing New Chimney Cap | All Climate Roofing
Installing new chimney cap and sealing all seams with waterproofing to avoid leaks
Sealing and Waterproofing the Seams of Chimney | All Climate Roofing
Chimney cap is painted 3 coats with special metal paint
Painting New Chimney Cap With 3 Layers of Metal Paint | All Climate Roofing

NEW SHINGLE COMPOSITION ROOF IN CALABASAS

This Calabasas roofing project included a single family home had severe wind damage during the wind storm. Sections of shingle roof had been blown off by the wind, especially the roof ridge sections that are most vulnerable to wind. The previous contractor had done an inferior job nailing the shingles and many shingles were not strongly and securely attached.

The existing roof had 2 layers of shingles. We removed 2 layers of shingles and underlayment; replaced all damaged plywood and installed new shingles Malarkey Vista “Story Grey”.

There were severe termite damage and even live termites were found on the fascia board. Homeowner decided to replace the entire fascia around the perimeter of the house.

Many homeowners may not be aware that to replace fascia board, roofing materials above fascia board need to be removed. Therefore, the best time to repair and replace fascia is when you fix your roof. The final roof with new fascia board looks amazing!

Repairing damaged plywood on the roof and laying new plywood down.
Repairing Damaged Plywood | All Climate Roofing
Installing composition shingles after removing 2 previous layers of shingles.
Installing Composition Shingles | All Climate Roofing
Finished: all new fascia board around entire house, primed and painted.
Working on Re-Roofing a House in Calabasas | All Climate Roofing
Finished: new shingle roof - Malarkey Vista "Storm Grey" color.
Finished Calabasas Roofing Project | All Climate Roofing

CALABASAS TILE ROOF LEAK REPAIR

This Calabasas home has flat concrete tile roofs. The roof is approx. 25 years old with 2 layers of 30lb underlayment. The top layer of the underlayment is in very bad condition. Thanks to the 2nd layer of the underlayment, the roof is still holding together.

In all our roofing projects, we only use 40lb underlayment. Even the 40lb underlayment costs slightly more than the 30lb underlayment, it lasts measurably longer.

We repaired 3 leaks on this roof. The main leak is at the valley drainage section. The valley section on this roof was closed and full of debris. Water could not drain properly, eventually water seeped through and caused leak.

Valley and drainage sections are one of the most vulnerable spots on roof. For this reason, in our standard procedure, we apply 2 layers of 40lb underlayment under the valley, then mastic seal another 2 layers of underlayment over the valley. We also cut the tiles back at each side of the valley metal to leave the valley more open.

The 2nd leak is around Chimney flashings because the debris clogged the chimney tile pans and prevent water from proper draining.

When roofing Calabasas for this project, the 3rd leak we found was caused by a slipped tile. It is very important to fix all broken and slipped tiles immediately. Left along long enough, they will almost always cause leaks.

Waterproofing underlayment around valley metal completely disintegrated
Waterproofing Underlayment | All Climate Roofing
Installing new plywood and rafter tail then ensuring underlayment is waterproof
New Plywod and Shiplap | All Climate Roofing
Plywood damage in the valley area of the roof since disintegrated
Plywood Damage | All Climate Roofing
An example of severely damaged shiplap with little structural integrity left
Severely Damaged Shiplap | All Climate Roofing
Double layer of underlayment under new 24'' valley metal, then another 2 layers mastic sealed
Double Layer of Underlayment | All Climate Roofing
Chimney leak repair by fixing leaking area and adding new tiles to the area
Chimney repair | All Climate Roofing
Adding new plywood, shiplap, and underlayment at valley of roof
Installing new Plywood | All Climate Roofing
Repairing immense damage from a roof leak caused by one slipped tile
Repair of Roof Leak

OTHER CALABASAS ROOFING PROJECTS AND REFERENCES


2320 STOKES CANYON, CALABASAS

Tile Re-Roof Project

2700 sq ft tile re-roof. When roofing Calabasas for this project, we lifted existing roofing tiles, replaced approx. 140 ft of 2”x6” tongue and grove, 6 sheets of ½”CDX plywood and 20 ft of 4”x6” douglas fir fascia board; added double layer of Fiberglas-based underlayment and 100lb torch down Built-up Roofing materials as additional underlayment; replaced all vent flashings, chimney flashings; added two 24” ventilation dormers; added concrete mortar to entire ridge and adjacent to all flashings as needed.

4222 KINGFISHER RD., CALABASAS

New Composition Shingle Roof and Tile Repair

1500 sq ft shingle composition new roof; replaced and repaired 60 S tiles; replaced 20 ridge and rake tiles; removed existing solar units; sealed 3 sky-lights.

22108 PALAIS PLACE, CALABASAS

Tile Re-Roof; Wood rotted Rafter, Fascia, Plywood Repair

25619 MELBOURNE CT., CALABASAS

Tile Re-Roof Repair; Roof Maintenance

26722 ALSACE DRIVE, CALABASAS

Roof Maintenance; Gutter Repair

4002 LOST SPRINGS DRIVE, CALABASAS

Hot Water Tank Leak Repair; Roof Maintenance

5448 RUTHWOOD, CALABASAS

Flat Roof Leak Repair

26902 DEERTRAIL CT., CALABASAS

For this particular project, All Climate performed annual roof maintenance
Roofing Calabasas | Calabasas Roofing Company | All Climate Roofing

22108 PALAIS PLACE, CALABASAS

Tile Re-roof; Wood Rotted Rafter, Fascia and Plywood Repair

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