Rooftoppers, Inc.

123
Los Angeles, CA
Description: Roofing
License Number: 440172
Recent Building Permit
Re-roof with class a or b material weighing less than 6 pounds per ... more

Re-roof with class a or b material weighing less than 6 pounds per sq. ft.
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Advanced Roofing Systems Inc.

123
Los Angeles, CA
Description: Roofing
License Number: 874450
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Bond Amount: $12,500
Bonded: Yes
Recent Building Permit
Detached garage: tear off existing wood shake roof to sheathing; in... more

Detached garage: tear off existing wood shake roof to sheathing; install 30 yr. certainteed landmark
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Four Seasons Roofing

120
Los Angeles, CA
Description: Roofing
License Number: 659073
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Bond Amount: $12,500
Bonded: Yes
Recent Building Permit
We will tear off existing roofing to bare sheathing and inspect for... more

We will tear off existing roofing to bare sheathing and inspect for dry rot. over clean solid roof s
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Permanent Roof West

121
Los Angeles, CA
Description: Roofing
License Number: 155778, 868864
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Bond Amount: $12,500
Bonded: Yes
Recent Building Permit
Tear-off gravel roof,install single ply classa kee. flat roof only.

Tear-off gravel roof,install single ply classa kee. flat roof only.
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Rooster Roofing Inc

117
Los Angeles, CA
Description: Roofing
License Number: 831351
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Bond Amount: $12,500
Bonded: Yes
Recent Building Permit
Re-roof with class a or b material weighing less than 6 pound per s... more

Re-roof with class a or b material weighing less than 6 pound per sq. ft.
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Description: Roofing
License Number: 334758
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Bond Amount: $12,500
Bonded: Yes
Recent Building Permit
Tear off existing roof replace with new 1/4" dens deck and 60 ml tp... more

Tear off existing roof replace with new 1/4" dens deck and 60 ml tpa fleeceback cool roof system.
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Yankee Roofing Construction

Los Angeles, CA 2 reviews
Description: Roofing
License Number: 569423
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Bond Amount: $12,500
Bonded: Yes
Recent Building Permit
Re-roof with class a or b material weighing less than 6 pounds per ... more

Re-roof with class a or b material weighing less than 6 pounds per sq. ft. for residential roof repl
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Ambrosio Roofing Company

105
Los Angeles, CA
Description: Roofing
License Number: 984364
Bonded: Yes
Recent Building Permit
Tearing off existing comp shingles roofing from garage only to ligh... more

Tearing off existing comp shingles roofing from garage only to light tile roofing, 5.5 squares
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Express Contracting Roof Service

107
Los Angeles, CA
Description: Roofing
License Number: 976342
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Bond Amount: 12500
Bonded: Yes
Recent Building Permit
Re-roof with class a or b material weighing less than 6 pound per s... more

Re-roof with class a or b material weighing less than 6 pound per sq. ft.
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Rene Roofing

109
Los Angeles, CA
Description: Roofing
License Number: 663601
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Bond Amount: $12,500
Bonded: Yes
Recent Building Permit
Remove & replace flat section of roofing

Remove & replace flat section of roofing
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Description: Roofing, roofing
License Number: 897041
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Bond Amount: $12,500
Bonded: Yes
Recent Building Permit
Re-roof with class a or b material weighing less than 6 pounds per ... more

Re-roof with class a or b material weighing less than 6 pounds per sq. ft. for residential roof repl
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Description: Roofing
License Number: 782617
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Bond Amount: $12,500
Bonded: Yes
Recent Building Permit
T/o reroof

T/o reroof
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Description: Roofing
License Number: 155778
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Bond Amount: $12,500
Bonded: Yes
Recent Building Permit
Tearing off existing uilt up flat roof, replace dry rot (if any) in... more

Tearing off existing uilt up flat roof, replace dry rot (if any) install class a title 24 compliant
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Description: Roofing
License Number: 698910
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Bond Amount: $12,500
Bonded: Yes
Recent Building Permit
Reroof: remove remaining portion of roof, resheath as necessary and... more

Reroof: remove remaining portion of roof, resheath as necessary and install 43 squares of compositio
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Description: Roofing
License Number: 246878
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Bond Amount: $12,500
Bonded: Yes
Recent Building Permit
Re-roof with class a or b material weighing less than 6 pounds per ... more

Re-roof with class a or b material weighing less than 6 pounds per sq. ft. for residential roof repl
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