Roofmasters / Bird Control Services installs, repairs, and maintains all types of roofs for residential and commercial clients in Solano, Napa, Yolo, Sacramento, and Central Contra Costa Counties. In addition to its wide-ranging roofing capabilities, the family-owned and operated company installs solar systems, offers bird control services, repairs dry rot damage, adds ventilation and insulation to attics, and more.
Owner Aaron Weiss says much of Roofmasters / Bird Control Services' success is due to its customer-oriented business practices, which include providing emergency repairs during inclement weather and staying in contact with clients after their projects are complete. "We're not just installing and repairing roofs; we're offering a complete service to our customers, and that means being there for them whenever they need us."
Roofmasters / Bird Control Services guides its clients through every phase of the roofing process, from the initial estimate to the finishing touches, which Mr. Weiss says is important for establishing trust. "We take care of our clients, and that sets us apart from a lot of roofers. These types of projects can be expensive and time-consuming, so if we can help relieve stress by taking control of the details, we're happy to do it."
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SUISUN CITY — Host, Sarah Rutan: Due to the number of financing options and government incentives available, there’s never been a better time to install a solar energy system. Today we’re in Suisun City with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Aaron Weiss of Roofmasters / Bird Control Services to learn more.
Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Aaron Weiss: So, I’d like to talk about solar – rooftop solar. A lot of people have been afraid of the cost of solar, and not certain that it’s worth it financially. Now, the way programs are set up, and some of the government help that you can get, it’s a great time to do solar.
The government will, right now, give you a thirty percent tax credit when you install solar on your house. So, essentially, that helps you pay for a substantial amount. Now, those – that is going to expire, potentially, at the end of year thousand sixteen – 2016. However, right now you can get solar, have a large portion of that covered by that thirty percent tax credit.
Also, there’s great financing programs out there. There’s also programs that are government sponsored, that will help you take the price of solar and put it into your property tax. Those are great programs. Those are programs that help you not have any initial upfront cost, and you can save money immediately.
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