HOA Roofing in Orange County
If you are part of a homeowners’ association, it is important that you always stay on the right side of their rules and regulations. Most HOAs will regulate what types of roofing you can use and the condition your roof needs to be kept in. Here at Tom Byer Roofing Service, we can ensure that you are always on the right side of your HOA’s laws.
We Work with Any Type of Roofing
No matter what material your HOA mandates, we can install it, repair it, or replace it. From common asphalt to Mediterranean-style tile to shake slate mission clay, we can work with it all. Below are the more common materials we work with.
Asphalt Composition Shingles
These shingles are the most common type of shingle used and are allowed by the majority of HOAs, though they may regulate the colors you are allowed to use. In some cases, specific types of asphalt composition shingles may be required—such as fiberglass dimensional architecture shingles, or coated shingles for an eco-friendly cool roof. These shingles usually last 20-30 years when well cared for.
Due to their aesthetics, wood shingles are often a favorite of HOAs. In addition to being attractive, they are also quite durable; with the right care and type of wood, these shingles can last you up to 50 years, which is a very long time in the world of roofing. These shingles do cost more than many other options, and they require upkeep. However, we are happy to help you maintain your wood shingles.
Pricier than the majority of options on the market, slate tiles offer a durability and beauty that certainly appeals to HOAs looking to keep their neighborhood looking great. While these tiles were once relegated to the Northeastern parts of the United States, they are becoming more common throughout the country, including here in Southern California. They offer a 50-year lifespan, and they do not require significant maintenance.
Out of the shingles listed here, tile will cost you the most to purchase and to install. However, if you live in a neighborhood that was designed to offer a Mediterranean feel, chances are your HOA will require that you use it. While the bad news is that it costs quite a bit, the good news is that it requires little to no maintenance and will last up to 80 years, depending on the specific type of tile used.
Working within HOA Rules and Regulations
Tom Byer Roofing Service has been serving the Southern California area for over half a century, and during that time, our team has worked with many different home owners’ associations. We have seen most everything when it comes to regulations on roofing, and we have learned how to work within the rules while still giving you the results you want.
If you are uncertain what the rules and regulations are regarding your roofing, we are happy to go over your contract with you to determine what they are and how they will impact our work. If anything seems unclear, we will contact the HOA with you to clarify, ensuring that we do not accidentally fall afoul of the rules.
Our company has earned the trust of HOAs throughout Southern California and we are often recommended by HOAs to their residents when there is a roofing need. From installation, to repair and replacements, we can offer the service you need while keeping you faithful to your contract.
Roof and Carpentry Repairs
Not only do you want your roof to last as long as possible, many HOAs mandate that your roof be kept in perfect shape. No matter how big or small your repair need is, we are able to offer you the service you need. Some common roof and carpentry repairs we offer are below.
- Clogged Gutters: Not only is it an eyesore, having clogged gutters can cause damage to your home due to stagnant water causing water damage and the weight of the gutters pulling on other structures.
- Damaged Shingles: Once again, this one can be an eyesore, but it also compromises the integrity of your home. Your shingles are the first line of defense you have against nature, and any problem with them can lead to significant damage.
- Wood Rot: Even the smallest bit of rot within the wooden structures of your roof is a major problem. Rot spreads easily, causing damage not only to your roof, but to the rest of your home, and if homes are close together in your neighborhood, can even infect neighboring houses.
- Mold and Mildew: These two also spread quickly and can pass to neighboring homes if they are close by. If caught early, they can be stopped before they become major issues.
Contact us as soon as you notice an issue so we can keep your home safe and keep you within the rules and regulations of your home owner’s association.
Deciding Between Repair, Re-Roofing, and Replacement
Whenever we can, we will choose to extend the life of your roof rather than replace the roof, either through repair or re-roofing. However, there are times when replacement will be needed to both protect the integrity of your home and keep it within regulations.
When it comes to making this decision, we will consult with you to make certain that you are comfortable with our decision, and we will not be offended if you choose to get a second opinion. In fact, we encourage it. We are confident that you will find that our recommendations are in your best interests.
Choose Tom Byer Roofing Service
When you need your residential roofing repaired or replaced while keeping it within the rules and regulations of your homeowners’ association, turn to Tom Byer Roofing Service. We have been serving the Southern California area for over half a century, which means that we have the experience and knowledge you can place your faith in. Contact us today to schedule your consultation and to receive your free quote. We look forward to working with you.