We research and use new products only if our owner, Ed Usher, feels they will work. Re-roofing a home is a very expensive project. We know you want products that work and will hold up over time.
Spanish Tile Roofs
Although initially more expensive, Spanish clay tiles or Mission tiles outlast most roofing materials on the market. In fact, with proper care and maintenance, they can last 50+ years but often outlast the life of the structure. Combined with timeless beauty, aesthetic, and durability, Spanish tile roofs bring an immediate charm to your home’s curb appeal, adding value to almost any home. With their long-lasting, fire resistant beauty, they are one of the top roofing materials.
Slate roofing, considered the “lifetime” roofing system, boasts some of the same longevity, fire resistance, and beauty of Spanish tiles that many homeowners and designers seek. Depending on your architectural design and tastes, slate roofing may very well be the perfect product for your roofing needs. Again, slate is initially more expensive than typical roofing materials (up to five times more) but offers at least five times more in lifespan. Slate not only brings beauty to your roofline but a sense of grandeur.
Our Roofing & Waterproofing Products Include:
On Below-Grade Foundations
- Self-Adhered Products for Foundation Waterproofing
On Flat Roofs & Walking Decks
- PVC Single-Ply
- Self-Adhered Products on Almost Flat Roofs
Roofing Materials for Pitched Roofs:
- Asphalt Composition Shingles
- Natural Slate Roofs
- Synthetic Slate Roofing
- Clay Tiles
- Concrete Tile Roofs
- Synthetic Tiles
- Synthetic Shake Roofs
- Synthetic Slate Roofing
Our Top 6 Roofing Products Include:
- Spanish & Mission Tile
- Composition Shingles
- Single-Ply PVC
- Natural Slate
- Synthetic Shake
- Synthetic Slate
When a client has leak problems, Mission Roofing is well known for finding stubborn leaks and correcting water-related construction difficulties from the ground up.
Contact us right away at (805) 963-5856 in Santa Barbara, California, to receive an estimate on any of our waterproofing or roofing services.
Mission Tile Roofs
Also known as Spanish tiles, the mission tile roof is believed to get its namesake from Mission San Antonio de Padua. The third of California’s Missions, founded in 1771, the church is the first known use of fired-tile roofing in the central California region. It has become an iconic symbol of the architectural theme throughout Santa Barbara County.
Perfect for flat, low- or no-slope roofs, the PVC roofing system has been around since the 60s. Designed to last 15-20 years, it’s made of a thick, flexible, UV resistant thermoplastic material that is adhered to the roof with specialized torches, welding equipment, and other roofing tools to fuse the components together with heat to create a waterproof roofing membrane.