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We've Never Had a Roof Leak—in 25 Years!

Would you let an air conditioner installer redo your roof?

No way!  Solar systems are hard to waterproof.  In fact, some solar companies have leak teams that go around when it rains fixing leaks.  

Our crew is trained to do it right the first time.  So you can rest easy, even when it rains.

We are one of the few solar companies in San Diego licensed in Solar, Electrical & Roofing.  

Don’t settle for anything less.

Clay Tile Roof Installations

Clay and other stone roofing tile are natural products. Clay is collected from reserves and baked in kilns at extremely high temperatures. Clay roofing tile is very durable and versatile. It is available in an array of shapes, sizes and textures.

Clay also maintains its vibrant color for many years. Installing a solar system on a Clay tile roof can be done with an “inset” look for low profile and better aesthetics.

Cement Tile Roof Installations

Concrete is quickly becoming the most popular material used in the production of roofing tile around the world. It is most commonly used due to its appealing aesthetics and the lower costs involved.

Thanks to the ease of manufacturing, production is high and costs are lower. New mounting hardware technology has made installing solar systems on this type of roof very cost effective.

METAL ROOF

A metal roof is lighter than a concrete or clay tile roof, more durable than an asphalt shingle roof, and easier to handle than long-run corrugated sheets. It is the most reliable and affordable roofing system in the market for a range of design and styles.

It also represents the lowest carbon footprint of any major roofing material available. Specialized mounting hardware makes installing a solar system on these roofs easy and efficient

COMPOSITION SHINGLE ROOF

Composite or synthetic roofing shingles are made of a mixture of several commonly used roofing materials such as fiberglass, recycled paper products and asphalt. Composite shingles are fire resistant and don’t have problems with moisture.

As an extra incentive, many companies manufacture a shingle that is resistant to mold growth and algae. Comp shingle roofs are typically the easiest, and lowest cost on which to install a solar system.