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Over the last few months, we have begun to see an influx of commercial roofing interest, much more so than this time in previous years. Certainly a continued interest in commercial solar has helped, but something else was driving the interest and we couldn't figure out why. It wasn't rain or weather and the wild fires have only slightly affected the core of our market. No, it was something else all together and it wasn't until we had a discussion with our friend who is an accountant that it hit us.

The new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has been contributing to the increased private negotiated, small to mid-size commercial roofing leads that our project management team has been running!

So we did some ...

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Chandler’s Roofing uses its communication skills to exceed expectations on The Pines Townhomes


by Chrystine Elle Hanus


Working with homeowners associations can be challenging. From conception to completion, such projects are lengthy. Homeowners associations often have a board of directors to answer to and appease, further complicating projects.


In addition to communicating with diverse personalities within an association and board of directors, there are multiple residents to consider during all project phases. Accepting such a project requires more than exceptional technical skills—it requires keen communication and ability to meet the expectations of all involved.


When Chandle...

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Photograph: NOAA



For nearly a decade, things have been shaping up for a large El Niño event which could significantly affect Southern California residents. Though it is hard to believe as we sit in one of the worst droughts on record, all you have to do is look at the current meteorological forecasts in the news, talk to local fishermen, or have a discussion with local farmers and almost all predictions and models point to an El Niño event this fall or winter.



If you’ve lived in the Los Angeles or Orange County areas long enough, you’ll know that it eventually rains in Southern California. Almost always, property owners are caught with their pants down, scrambling...

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Nearly 8 years ago, in August of 2006, Elon Musk, Co-Founder & CEO of Tesla Motors put out a personal blog post about "The Secret Tesla Motors Master Plan (just between you and me)." In this article, Mr. Musk transparently details the innovative path Tesla Motors was embarking on to create a wide range of affordable, high quality electric vehicles which would eventually make their way down to a reasonably priced family car. In his post, he counters a few common misconceptions which are routinely used to place a black eye on the electric vehicle industry and more importantly he highlights the bigger purpose of Tesla Motors. States Musk, "The overarching purpose of Tesla Motors (and the reason...

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Not all roofers and solar contractors are created equal.



We always make the recommendation to our clients to complete a thorough and proper investigation on all roofing and solar contractors they are considering for their potential project. There are many variables that affect the price of a new roof or solar system and several factors to consider when choosing your contractor. Of utmost importance is the background investigation, testimonial, and consumer resources that exist today to help you in judging whether a contractors workmanship, customer service, insurances and overall past project experiences pass the smell test.



If you think it's expensive to hire a professional to do the job,...

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At the beginning of 2015, the City of Los Angeles began enforcing ordinance number 183149 of the Los Angeles Municipal Code which applies to the construction of every new building, every new building alteration with a building permit valuation of $200,000 or more, and every building addition throughout the City of Los Angeles. Specifically, the City of LA is attemtping to reduce the heat island effect within the city, while lowering overall energy consumption (i.e. AC use). This code applies to both residential and commercial properties and is an aggressive, yet necessary approach to meeting California’s Title 24 cool roof requirements.



City of Los Angeles Green Building Code



The Los An...

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You've spent weeks, maybe months soliciting estimates from roofing contractors for your project. You've selected the roofing company which you feel will do the best job and they've issued you a start date for the re-roof project... Now what? The fear of the unknown often leaves customers feeling more anxious about the roofing process than is necessary. The re-roofing process can be a messy and dangerous task as a DIY project, but if managed properly with a qualified roofing contractor such as Chandler's Roofing, many of the potential risks and problems associated with roof demolition, lumber replacement and roof installation can and should be prevented.



Through the years as a roofing contrac...

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When a consumer buys a new car, they typically do their due diligence. They research the internet, visit local dealers, test drive a few models and talk to their friends and family with similar makes and models to get their feedback. Why then, should selecting a new roof be any different? A consumer should be as thorough and educated as possible in the process, yet all to often consumers are mislead and resort to making a decision on a new roof that costs them dearly in the end.


When it comes to roofing in Los Angeles and Orange County, most property owners resort to a Google Search, or a good referral from a friend as to which roofing company they should solicit estimates from. Sou...

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Fire season in Los Angeles and Orange County seems to be happening sooner in the year, lasting longer than usual and with far greater intensity. Extreme heat (drought) conditions, coupled with overly dry brush and high Santa Ana winds, helps create the perfect formula for fire damage to old wood shake and wood shingle roofs in the Southern California area. This is a risk that many property owners take to enjoy the natural wood look of a California Ranch-Style home and otherwise excellent weather we have in Southern California.

Many studies have been done on the risks of allowing communities to maintain and even allow new wood shake roofs to be installed. For the most part, most communities...

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Chandler's Roofing

Address:
15331 S Avalon Blvd
Gardena, CA 90248

Phone: 
310-831-7663

Address:
71713 Hwy 111
Ste 104
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270

Phone: 
760-565-2888

Email: 
info@chandlersroofing.com

24 Hour Emergency:
Call Now - (310) 528-7800

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