Sonrise Roofing Fremont, CA
When we started, our vision was to build roofs that stood out in their neighborhoods. We wanted to deliver a higher standard of quality and raise the bar for all of the other companies in the Bay Area. To this end, all of the roofers that work for us are professionals. They love their jobs and are highly conscious of their craftsmanship. They know that what they do today will be protecting people from the elements 30, 40 even 50 years from now.
Roofing isn't just a job - it's an art. A professional roofer is a skilled and naturally talented craftsman who has learned his trade through and through. A true roofer loves what he does and is proud to show off his accomplishments to anyone who will look. We believe that you should always hire a craftsman who takes pride in his work, who delivers quality at a fair price, and who treats every job like he was doing it for his own family.
- Asphalt Roofing
- Cedar Roofing
- Metal Roofing
- Shingle Roofing
- Tile Roofing
Associations and Certifications
- Better Business Bureau
Products and Services
The number one question we get asked, after price of course, is how long will a replacement job take. A standard replacement will take two to three days, depending on the city inspections in your area. Our professional coordinators will go through the process from beginning to end before we start to roof so you know exactly what to expect.
We repair every type of roof out there - shakes, tile, tar and gravel, metal and composition shingle. We realize that most repairs are needed during bad weather - after all you don't usually know you have a leak until it rains. We are more than willing to come out and get your roof patched in even the worst weather.
The best time to insulate an attic is when the roof is off. It is much easier than crawling through the trusses with sweat dripping off your forehead. There is also far less mess because the insulation doesn't have to be dragged through your home to the attic entrance.
No one likes to do it, but it's one of those things that has to get done. A poorly maintained gutter can fail in just one season. Keeping a regular cleaning schedule, at least twice a year, will increase the longevity of your gutter system.