Looking for the best Roofing Contractors in San Francisco CA?
Excelsior Roofing Co can assist you.
When looking in San Francisco, we know there are many local businesses to choose from, we recommend you consider Excelsior Roofing Co
How do you know if you need a new roof?
> The following are things that may indicate that your roof needs replacing:
Missing, cracked or curling shingles
Blistering or peeling paint
Shingle, sheathing or siding decay
Leakage in the attic after heavy rains
Stains on interior walls or ceilings
Excelsior Roofing Co. is San Francisco’s oldest roofing firm. We have been family owned and operated since 1906. Mark Powers has been an employee since 1972 and became owner in 1983, the same year Excelsior Roofing Co. incorporated. An active foreman is on site, overseeing all jobs. Mark Powers inspects most jobs on a daily basis.
Excelsior Roofing is proud to represent a Union shop that employs, on average, fifteen men, all members of Roofers Union Local 40 S.F..
All our men have obtained, or are undergoing, a three year State approved apprenticeship training program. We also are active in keeping current with safety practices and standards.
All materials used are of high quality, which are stored in our warehouse, bought and paid for prior to re-roofing your property.
Excelsior Roofing Co in San Francisco CA are members and supporters of the following roofing associations: Associated Roofing Contractors of the Bay Area Counties, Western States Roofing Contractors Association, The National Roofing Contractors Association, and the Better Business Bureau.
Excelsior Roofing Co. has been featured by local television and newspaper publications. We remain available to all press, television and radio.
Our business is 80% residential, 20% commercial re-roofing company. We are considered experts in leak detection and try to take a common sense, rather than an aggressive, approach to roofing problems.
If the homeowner accepts the bid, a proper and formal contract (per California State Contractors License Board) will be sent. A deposit may be required (not to exceed $1,000 or 10 percent of the contract price, whichever is less), usually $500.