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Why Trust Diamond Certified Metal Roofing Companies Rated Highest in Quality?

Photo: Bay Valley Contractors, Inc. (2012)

You are the customer. If your goal is to choose a metal roofing company that will deliver high customer satisfaction and quality, you’ll feel confident in choosing a Diamond Certified metal roofing contractor. Each has been rated Highest in Quality in the most accurate ratings process anywhere. And you’re always backed by the Diamond Certified Performance Guarantee. Here’s why the Diamond Certified ratings and certification process will help you find a top-rated metal roofing company and is unparalleled in its accuracy, rigor and usefulness:

1) Accuracy: All research is performed by live telephone interviews that verify only real customers are surveyed, so you’ll never be fooled by fake reviews.

2) Statistical Reliability: A large random sample of past customers is surveyed on an ongoing basis so the research results you see truly reflect a Diamond Certified company’s top-rated status.

3) Full Disclosure: By clicking the name of a company above you’ll see the exact rating results in charts and read verbatim survey responses as well as researched articles on each qualified company.

4) Guaranteed: Your purchase is backed up with mediation and the Diamond Certified Performance Guarantee, so you can choose with confidence.

Click on the name of a Diamond Certified company above to read ratings results, researched articles and verbatim customer survey responses to help you make an informed decision.

More than 200,000 customers of local companies have been interviewed in live telephone calls, and only companies that score Highest in Quality in customer satisfaction–a 90+ on a 100 scale–as well as pass all of the credential-based ratings earn Diamond Certified. By requiring such a high score to qualify, the Diamond Certified program eliminates mediocre and poorly performing companies. Read detailed information about the ratings and certification process.

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DIAMOND CERTIFIED EXPERT CONTRIBUTORS IN THE Contra Costa County – Roofing – Metal CATEGORY

Ryan Diaz is a second-generation roofing professional and vice president of Bay Valley Contractors, Inc., a Diamond Certified company since 2012. He can be reached at (925) 726-3792.

Ryan Diaz

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Ryan Diaz: Generational Synergy

By James Florence, Diamond Certified Resource Reporter

CONCORD — Despite being a roofer’s son, Ryan Diaz had little interest in nailing shingles or handling hot tar. However, when he applied his administrative proficiency alongside his father’s hands-on experience, it resulted in a potent combination. “My dad founded Bay Valley Contractors in 1989, and I started working with him on jobsites when I was about 12 years old,” he remembers. “However, my strengths were always more on the administrative and management side than in working with my hands. Eventually, I found my abilities could be applied to helping my dad run his business, and we’re still working together today.”

Today, as vice president of Bay Valley Contractors, Inc., Ryan says his favorite part of his job is the encouragement he receives from positive customer feedback. “I love hearing from happy customers. Just the other day, I called a customer to ask about his experience and he said he couldn’t have asked for a better contractor. That’s the kind of feedback that really makes my day.”

A resident of Vallejo, Ryan expresses his appreciation for the character of Bay Area life. “The Bay Area is such a beautiful, diverse place,” he affirms. “I have conference calls with people all over the United States, and I’m often reminded of how lucky I am to live here. It’s easy to take it for granted, but if you take a second to look, you realize how special it is.”

Outside of work, Ryan likes to stay active with activities like swimming and going on walks with his boxer, Max. He also maintains a keen interest in gardening. “My dad built me a huge garden bed, and every spring I’m in there tending to my vegetables.”

In regard to a professional philosophy, Ryan espouses the importance of customer satisfaction. “Our customers are the core of our business, so at the end of the day, our job is to keep them happy,” he explains. “Sometimes that means losing some money on a job, but even then, that customer will probably tell their friends how we helped them. In that case, even if we lose money, we win some good word of mouth, which leads to more work in the future.”

When asked the first thing he’d do if he were to retire tomorrow, Ryan says he’d look for a new livelihood. “I really don’t see myself retiring, as in moving to Florida and spending my days sitting in a lawn chair. If I did leave the roofing business, I’d probably just get involved in something else. Maybe I’d start flipping houses or become a property manager. Just something to keep my mind active—after all, if you don’t use it, you lose it.”

Ask Me Anything!

Q: What’s your favorite local restaurant?
A: I Love Teriyaki & Sushi in Concord.

Q: If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?
A: London. I’ve always been fascinated by British culture.

Q: What was your favorite Halloween costume as a child?
A: A Power Ranger. That was the big show when I was growing up.

Q: Music or talk radio?
A: Music.

Q: What’s your favorite thing to eat for dessert?
A: Chocolate lava cake a la mode.

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Innovations in Roofing Technology

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Know What You Want
Questions to Ask Yourself Before Hiring a Metal Roofing Contractor in Contra Costa County

Before choosing a metal roofing contractor in Contra Costa County, consider several different factors carefully. Write down everything that you are looking for in a metal roofing contractor before you begin your research.

The following are several questions to carefully consider before you make your final choice regarding a metal roofing contractor in Contra Costa County.

  • Do I want a Diamond Certified company that is rated best in quality and backed by the Diamond Certified Performance Guarantee?
  • What is my budget?
  • What structure am I having a metal roof installed on?
  • What is the projected time frame for installation of a metal roof by a metal roofing contractor?
  • What personal and professional characteristics would I like my Contra Costa County roofing contractor to have? (These may include honesty, cleanliness, good communication skills, reliability, etc.)
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What To Ask In Person
What to Ask Contra Costa County Metal Roofing Companies in Person

Once you have narrowed down your list by calling several different metal roofing contractors in Contra Costa County, including the larger cities of San Ramon, Danville, Brentwood, Martinez, and Pleasant Hill, it is time to interview your top selections in person.

Below are several different questions to consider asking.

  • What is your track record with customer complaints?
  • Is payment for the metal roof installation expected upon completion?
  • Will you provide a written contract that includes payment instructions and total price?
  • Are you a current member of any local and national roofing associations?
  • What is your time frame for starting and completing the metal roofing project?
  • How do you operate: do you have employees or do you hire subcontractors?
  • Does your Contra Costa County metal roofing company have a list of former customers as references that I may contact?
  • How does your metal roofing company calculate pricing for metal roof installations?
  • What will be the maintenance requirements for my newly installed metal roof?
  • Who will haul away any old roofing materials or project waste? Is there any extra charge for this service?
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  • What To Ask References
    Ask About Previous Customers’ Experiences with Local Metal Roofing Companies

    It’s best to select a Diamond Certified metal roofing contractor because all certified companies have passed an in-depth ratings process that most other companies can’t pass. If you want quality from a metal roofing company in Contra Costa County and the greater Bay Area, you can have confidence choosing a Diamond Certified company.

    Diamond Certified reports are available online for all certified companies. And you’ll never be fooled by fake reviews. That’s because all research is performed in live telephone interviews of actual customers.

    If you do call references on your own, specifically request a list of the company’s 10 most recent customers. This will help avoid them giving you the names of only customers they know were satisfied.

    Questions you will want to ask include:

    • Did the metal roofing contractor keep you up to date with the status of the metal roof installation? Or did you have to call to get information?
    • If you live in a rural area or small city, did the metal roofing company charge extra to travel to your home?
    • Did the metal roofing contractor show up on time?
    • If you need a metal roofing contractor in the future, will you consider hiring this metal roofing company?
    • Were you satisfied with the services from (metal roofing contractor name)?
    • Did the metal roofing contractor start and finish the work on time?
    • Would you recommend this metal roofing contractor to your family and friends?
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  • Review Your Options
    Sign a Contract with the Metal Roofing Company in Contra Costa County

    The Diamond Certified symbol has been awarded to companies that scored Highest in Quality in an accurate ratings process.

    Once the contract is drawn up, it should be signed by both parties: you, the project owner, and the metal roofing company. The contract should protect the interests of both you and the roofing contractor. As a result, it should include the following:…

    Once the contract is drawn up, it should be signed by both parties: you, the project owner, and the metal roofing company. The contract should protect the interests of both you and the roofing contractor. As a result, it should include the following:

    • The metal roofing company’s name, physical address, mailing address and phone.
    • Payment structure and schedule
    • Detailed description of entire metal roofing project
    • Demo, removal and prep cost and procedures
    • Material cost and type of materials used
    • Project timeline
    • Who is overseeing project/performing work
    • Warranties should be written and the length of time as well as limitations should be covered. Warranties should cover materials and workmanship, and names and addresses of the warrantor. This may include the contractor, manufacturer, and distributor.
    • How changes to metal roofing project and/or disputes are handled
    • A clear, concise, and complete description of the metal roofing project, including start and completion dates.
    • Any oral promises made.

    Take Precautions to Protect Yourself with the Metal Roofing Contractor in Contra Costa County, Including the Larger Cities of San Ramon, Danville, Brentwood, Martinez and Pleasant Hill
    Taking precautions will help protect you and your metal roof investment. It will also increase your chances of success. Consider the following guidelines:

    • Do not sign a contract or any document until you have thoroughly read through it and filled in any blank spaces.
    • Do not sign a contract that uses vague terms. Make sure that all terms are specific regarding project requirements and the work that will be performed.
    • Agree to make payments as the project progresses, contingent upon completion of a determined amount of work. This way, if work on the project is delayed, payment will be delayed as well.
    • Do not make the final payment until the completed work meets agreed upon specifications and building code requirements.
    • Don’t automatically agree to finance your project through your metal roofing contractor. Shop around for better loan terms.

    Determine a Payment Schedule with a Metal Roofing Company from Contra Costa County
    Once you have negotiated a final price for the roofing project, you should agree to payment terms. You should either pay a portion of the job at certain stages such as after removal of old roofing, once products are delivered, or at the completion of the job, or you should wait until the entire project is completed before making payment.

    Start the Metal Roof Work
    If you have faithfully followed all of the above steps, you can feel confident that you have hired the best metal roofing company for the job. You have done your research, made comparisons, negotiated for a fair price, and signed a written contract. Now all that is left is for you to sit back and envision how great your home will look once your new roof is professionally installed.

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  • How To Work With
    Sign a Contract with the Metal Roofing Company in Contra Costa County

    Once the contract is drawn up, it should be signed by both parties: you, the project owner, and the metal roofing company. The contract should protect the interests of both you and the roofing contractor. As a result, it should include the following:

    • The metal roofing company’s name, physical address, mailing address and phone.
    • Payment structure and schedule
    • Detailed description of entire metal roofing project
    • Demo, removal and prep cost and procedures
    • Material cost and type of materials used
    • Project timeline
    • Who is overseeing project/performing work
    • Warranties should be written and the length of time as well as limitations should be covered. Warranties should cover materials and workmanship, and names and addresses of the warrantor. This may include the contractor, manufacturer, and distributor.
    • How changes to metal roofing project and/or disputes are handled
    • A clear, concise, and complete description of the metal roofing project, including start and completion dates.
    • Any oral promises made.

    Take Precautions to Protect Yourself with the Metal Roofing Contractor in Contra Costa County, Including the Larger Cities of San Ramon, Danville, Brentwood, Martinez and Pleasant Hill
    Taking precautions will help protect you and your metal roof investment. It will also increase your chances of success. Consider the following guidelines:

    • Do not sign a contract or any document until you have thoroughly read through it and filled in any blank spaces.
    • Do not sign a contract that uses vague terms. Make sure that all terms are specific regarding project requirements and the work that will be performed.
    • Agree to make payments as the project progresses, contingent upon completion of a determined amount of work. This way, if work on the project is delayed, payment will be delayed as well.
    • Do not make the final payment until the completed work meets agreed upon specifications and building code requirements.
    • Don’t automatically agree to finance your project through your metal roofing contractor. Shop around for better loan terms.

    Determine a Payment Schedule with a Metal Roofing Company from Contra Costa County
    Once you have negotiated a final price for the roofing project, you should agree to payment terms. You should either pay a portion of the job at certain stages such as after removal of old roofing, once products are delivered, or at the completion of the job, or you should wait until the entire project is completed before making payment.

    Start the Metal Roof Work
    If you have faithfully followed all of the above steps, you can feel confident that you have hired the best metal roofing company for the job. You have done your research, made comparisons, negotiated for a fair price, and signed a written contract. Now all that is left is for you to sit back and envision how great your home will look once your new roof is professionally installed.

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  • Be a Good Customer
    How You Can Be a Good Metal Roofing Customer

    It’s the metal roofing contractor’s responsibility to install quality metal roofs using the best possible installation techniques. But you play a big part in the success of your metal roofing company, too. Here are a few simple steps you can take to be a good customer when hiring a Contra Costa County metal roofing contractor.

    • Before you hire a metal roofing company in Contra Costa County, restate your expectations and goals, and reiterate to the metal roofing company representative your understanding of the agreement. Most problems with local metal roofing contractors occur because of a breakdown in communication. By being clear about your expectations and theirs, you can avoid most conflicts.
    • Ask your metal roofing contractor if you should call to check on the job’s progress or if he will call you with updates.
    • Be sure your service representative has a phone number where they can reach you at all times while they’re installing your metal roof. The work will move along more smoothly if your metal roofing contractor can reach you for any necessary updates, questions or work authorizations.
    • When your contractor contacts you, return calls promptly to keep the metal roofing installation on schedule.
    • Pay for the metal roof installation promptly.
    • Be clear and upfront with the metal roofing company in Contra Costa County. Let them know what you want from your metal roofing company, the long-term outcome you’re expecting and specific ways they can satisfy your expectations.
    • Remember, a friendly smile goes a long way!

    Why would you want to be a good customer? Metal roofing contractors in Contra Costa County appreciate customers who are straightforward, honest and easy to work with. Your good customer behavior sets the tone from your end and creates an environment conducive to a good relationship. Things may very well go smoother and any problems may be more easily resolved.

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Check The Work
Verify the Metal Roofing Company’s Work Against the Invoice

When the metal roofing contractor’s work is completed, most professional metal roofing contractors will give you a written invoice that details the completed work.

This invoice usually includes:

  • The metal roofing company’s name, physical address, and license umber
  • A list of all services performed
  • The total cost of the metal roof installation, including the amount due for labor, if any
  • Any applicable guarantees or warranties provided by the real estate roof inspection company
  • It’s wise to compare the completed work against the invoice. Make sure that the metal roof installation was completed to your satisfaction. If you have questions about the work that was done, this is the time to ask.
  • Do not pay your bill in full until the following has been completed:
  • All of the work is finished.
  • There has been a final inspection.
  • The materials and worker’s lien releases have both been received.
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Written Warranties
Get Written Warranties from Local Contra Costa County Metal Roofing Companies

Before the metal roofing contractor leaves, confirm any warranties offered by the metal roofing contractor and/or manufacturers in Contra Costa County.

For your protection, all warranty documents should be in writing and contain the following:

  • The Contra Costa metal roofing contractor’s name and physical address
  • Your responsibility in the case of a problem with the metal roofing project and what you need to do in order to redeem the warranty.
  • If the metal roofing warranty is transferrable to the new owner in the event that you sell the building in which the contractor has added or replaced metal roofing.
  • The length of time as well as limitations should be covered. Warranties should cover materials and workmanship, and names and addresses of the warrantor. This may include the contractor, manufacturer, and distributor.
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Top 10 Requests
Service Requests for Contra Costa County Metal Roofing Installers

Metal roofing companies in Contra Costa County provide all types of metal roof services. Following is a list of the most popular services in your area.

Sheet Metal Roofing
This is the process of roofing a building with thin metal that has been rolled into a sheet. Sheet metal has a thickness between foil and plate.

Corrugated Metal Roofing
One of the more popular metal roofing options, corrugated metal is sheet metal which has been rolled or drawn into parallel ridges and furrows for the purpose of additional mechanical strength. Corrugated metal is used for a variety of purposes including roofing, siding, decking, and more. Corrugated metal can be formed into many different shapes and sizes and used for both commercial and residential purposes.

Metal Roof Repair
This is a reference to finding the source of a leak or problem stemming from a metal roof and repairing it before it causes damage to the interior structure. Metal roof repair includes inspecting and repairing the j-rail, the flashing around pipes, vents, and skylights, all existing rumble buttons, the seams and roof sealant, and any rusted or worn-looking areas.

Standing Seam Metal Roofs
This type of roof is created through continuous panel length technology. It is specially designed for low slopes and has a high level of performance for both structural integrity and weathertightness.

Metal Roof Flashing Installation
This is the installation of sheet metal at any break in a shingled roofline or around fluepipes and sewer vents. It aids in the prevention of leaks by preventing water from entering in holes in the waterproof membrane and between shingles. It is also installed along the eaves and rake-slanted portion of the roof. It helps repel water away from walls.

Metal Roofing Installation
This is the process of installing a metal roof. A metal roof is a roofing system that is comprised of metal tiles.

Metal Roof Panel Replacement
This is the replacement of a metal roof panel. Metal roof panels are sheets of interlocking metal that have a minimum weather exposure of three square feet per sheet.

Residential Metal Roof
This is a metal roof used for a home in a residential area.

Copper Roof Installation
This is a flexible metal roof covering composed of copper sheets and joined by seams. The copper sheets develop a green coating on their surface called a patina as they oxidize.

Metal Roof Coating Application
This is the application of a coating on metal roofs that aids in restoring a metal roof and fixing metal roof leaks. Metal roof coating also prevents rust by forming a seamless protective membrane over the metal.

Popular Brands of Metal Roofing Systems

  • TAMKO Building Products, Inc.
  • Everlast Metal Roofing
  • IB Roof Systems
  • CertainTeed Roofing
  • Owens Corning Roofing
  • Duro-Last Roofing
  • MetalWorks Roofs
  • GAF Roofing
  • ELK Roofing
  • Atlas Roofing Corporation
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Glossary Of Terms
Frequently Asked Questions for Metal Roofing Installers

Q: Why choose a Diamond Certified metal roofing contractor?

Q: Why choose a Diamond Certified metal roofing contractor?
A: Diamond Certified helps you choose a metal roofing company with confidence by offering a list of top-rated local companies who have passed the country’s most in-depth rating process. Only metal roofing companies rated Highest in Quality earn the prestigious Diamond Certified award. Most companies can’t pass the ratings. American Ratings Corporation also monitors every Diamond Certified company with ongoing research and ratings. And your purchase is backed by the Diamond Certified Performance Guarantee. So you’ll feel confident choosing a Diamond Certified metal roofing company.

Q: Is a metal roof more expensive than a typical roof?
A: Metal roofing is a premium home product so it costs more than an asphalt shingle roof. However, a metal roof is comparable in price to cedar shake roofing or tile roofing. Also, it is less expensive than a slate roof. The good news is that a metal roof typically comes with a 30 to 50 year warranty. It adds to the resale value of your home and will help you save money on your energy bills.

Q: How can I know that a metal roof will match my home and roofing style in my neighborhood?
A: Today, metal roofing for residential structures is made to look exactly like roofing materials that are commonly used such as cedar shake, asphalt shingle, slate roofing, or cedar shake. However, it’s more durable and stronger. Metal roofing comes in a wide variety of colors, patterns, and styles, so you should be able to match the style of your home and neighborhood.

Q: Is lightning attracted to metal?
A: Lightning is attracted to the highest point. So a metal roof is not more likely to be hit by lightning than any other type of roof. However, metal roofs do dissipate an electrical charge, so if, by the rare chance your home is hit by lightning, a metal roof may help prevent your home from catching on fire.

Q: Can I walk on a metal roof?
A: Typically metal panel systems can support the load of an average individual walking on them. But you should take care to not cause damage to the roof because of abrasion or collapsing of the raised portion of the panel—as with any system.

Q: How much does metal roofing weigh?
A: Metal roof systems commonly weigh between one to three pounds per square foot. The metal gauge and profile of the panel determines the weight. Compared to other systems, metal roofing systems are considered a lightweight roof covering.

Q: How far can I span with metal roofing?
A: The profile, gauge, and width of the panel itself determines span capability. In order to determine if the panel meets the actual performance requirements for your project, consult individual load tables and test results.

Q: How much longer can I expect a new metal roof to last versus common roofing such as wood  shingle or asphalt?
A: A metal roof usually lasts two to three times longer than a regular roof. In other words, a metal roof can last 40 to 60 years or more. Typically, an asphalt roof lasts between 12 to 20 years, depending on pitch and climate. Asphalt roofs decompose but a metal roof will never decompose. Metal roofs retain their good looks and durability year after year after year.

Q: Is metal roofing noisier in bad weather than cedar shake, slate roofing, tile, or asphalt?
A: This is a common misconception about metal roofing. Metal roofs are often installed over a solid substrate. Furthermore, attic space and insulation provide even of a sound barrier. Research proves that metal is not any noisier than traditional roofing systems. In fact, you’ll hear more outside noise from windows and walls than your metal roof.

Q: How will a metal roof endure extreme weather?
A: A metal roof has the ability to withstand decades of abuse from high winds, hailstorms, heavy snow, wildfires, and other forms of extreme weather. Metal roofing has a wind rating of 120 mph—equal to an F2 tornado. It is also the roofing system of choice in locations of heavy snow because it protects the structural integrity of a roof. It eliminates ice damming at the eves so water won’t back up and create leakage into your home. Furthermore, it also adds protection if burning embers land on your roof. To top it off, metal roofing may even save you money on your homeowners insurance.

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Frequently Asked Questions
Associations and Agencies for Consumers Regarding Metal Roofing Systems

Metal Construction Association (MCA) (www.metalconstruction.org)
National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) (www.nrca.net)
Metal Roofing Alliance (MRA) (www.metalroofing.com)
Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) (http://www.abc.org/)…

Metal Construction Association (MCA) (www.metalconstruction.org)
National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) (www.nrca.net)
Metal Roofing Alliance (MRA) (www.metalroofing.com)
Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) (http://www.abc.org/)

California Building Industry Association (CBIA) (http://www.cbia.org/)
California Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) (www.dca.ca.gov)
Home Builders Association of Northern California (HBANC) (http://www.hbanc.org/)
National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) (http://www.nahb.org/)
North Coast Builders Exchange (NCBE) (http://www.ncbeonline.com/)

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