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    Roofers in Bell Canyon, CA 91307

    6 Signs You Need to Need to Contact Bell Canyon, CA Metal Roofers to Schedule a Repair ASAP

    Whether your Los Angeles County roof is in need of a few spot repairs or it needs to be completely replaced, if you’re looking for reputable Bell Canyon, CA roofers, get in touch with Eba Roofing. Since 2005, our tile, shingle, and metal roofers have been providing Los Angeles area homeowners with premium-quality, fast, and affordable services.

     Our Bell Canyon roofers are committed to delivering exceptional results and always go the extra mile to ensure 100% satisfaction. Missing asphalt shingles, leaks, punctures, tears, sagging; no job is too big or too small for our fully licensed and insured contractors to handle. When you choose Eba Roofing, you can have confidence knowing that you’ll receive outstanding services.

    6 Signs You Should Schedule a Repair with Los Angeles County Metal Roofers

    Once primarily reserved for commercial properties, metal has become one of the preferred roofing materials among Los Angeles County residents. At Eba Roofing, our Bell Canyon, CA roofers have seen a large increase in requests for residential metal roofing, and for good reason; metal roofs are exceptionally durable, eco-friendly, energy-efficient, fire-resistant, cost-effective, and easy to maintain – all factors that are exceptionally important to CA homeowners.

    Metal roofers in Bell Canyon, CA

    Despite all of the benefits, like any other type of roofing material, metal roofs are subject to wear and tear, can sustain damage, and do need to be properly maintained. Constant exposure to extreme conditions, such as high winds, heavy rains, fires, tree limbs, and debris, can weaken or damage a roof that is constructed of metal. To avoid the risks that are associated with such damages, if you have a metal roof, inspecting it on a regular basis is strongly encouraged.

    As you assess your Bell Canyon, CA roof, if you notice any of the following, scheduling a repair with experienced metal roofers is definitely in your best interest.


    While the chances that a properly installed metal roof that’s constructed of high-quality materials will experience blow-off are slim, they can happen. Sudden bursts of strong winds or prolonged periods of high, sustained winds (like the Santa Ana winds) can loosen seams and blow-off sections of a metal roof.

    If you notice any sections of your roof are missing, get in touch with a licensed roofer that specializes in metal roofs as soon as possible. Missing sections can increase the risk of more extensive damage, such as leaks. Experienced, reputable Bell Canyon, CA roofers will be able to address the problem and reduce the risk of more serious problems and costlier repairs.

    Tears and Punctures

    Metal roofs are highly regarded for their durability, which is one of the many reasons why so many Los Angeles County homeowners are opting for metal over more traditional shingle or tile roofing. That said, however, they can experience damages. Nearby tree limbs can brush against the structure, or animals can walk along and scratch at it, for instance, which can result in tears and punctures. If you notice or suspect these types of damages, get in touch with a licensed California roofer right away. Roofing contractors will make the necessary repairs, restoring the durability of the structure and ensuring the protection of your Bell Canyon home roofing system.

    Rust and Corrosion

    When it was initially installed, a non-corrosive agent should have been applied to your metal roof to seal and protect it from moisture damage. That sealant, however, may have been applied incorrectly, or it may have been damaged by constant exposure to extreme conditions; either way, the metal can rust or corrode. If you see even the smallest amount of corrosion or rust, having a professionally trained and experienced metal roofer assess the structure and make the necessary repairs as soon as possible is an absolute must.


    As mentioned, sealants are applied to the seams and edges of a metal roof, and these sealants provide an additional layer of protection against moisture damage. Though high-quality, expertly installed metal roofs can last upwards of 100 years, the sealants that are applied usually last for about 20 years; furthermore, severe weather can increase the rate at which sealants will deteriorate. If the age of your roof is approaching or has exceeded 20 years, you should arrange to have professional metal roofers replace the sealant.

    Loose Seams

    As temperatures fluctuate and different elements make contact with your roof, the metal will expand and contract. The movement can loosen the screws that secure the panels or shingles in place, which in turn can loosen the seams. If the seams are loose, moisture can seep through and cause a leak. Luckily, fixing this problem is relatively quick and simple, as long as the loose screws and seams are quickly identified and addressed.

    Damaged Paint

    Paint not only adds to the aesthetic appeal of your Los Angeles County home, but it also provides an extra layer of protection against moisture damage. Paint can be damaged by heavy rain, hail, tree limbs, and falling debris, which can lead to chipping, denting, scraping, and thinning. In addition to being unsightly, damaged paint can ultimately damage the structural integrity of your roof, as it can be exposed to the elements, and eventually, it can rust and corrode. If you notice the paint on your Los Angeles County metal roof is worn, contact a metal roofer to schedule a touch-up. A licensed and experienced Bell Canyon, CA roofer will apply a fresh coat of paint, which will not only restore the durability of the structure but will also enhance the curb appeal of your California home.

    Looking for Reputable Los Angeles County Metal Roofers?

    While metal roofs offer superior durability and can last for decades, they can sustain damage and do need to be properly maintained. If you’ve noticed any of the above-mentioned signs, scheduling an appointment with reliable Bell Canyon, CA roofers as soon as possible is an absolute must. For fast, high-quality, and affordable roof repair in Los Angeles County, contact Eba Roofing with more than 16 years of experience, our fully licensed and insured, highly experienced roofers will restore the stability and the aesthetic appeal of the most important part of your California home: the roof.

    For more information or to schedule an appointment, browse through and click on the “Get a Free Quote” tab on our website or give us a call at 800-260-9986 today! We’re looking forward to restoring the durability of your roof and improving the curb appeal of your home.

    Some information about Bell Canyon, CA

    Bell Canyon is an unincorporated community in eastern Ventura County, California, United States. Bell Canyon is a gated community in the Simi Hills with the main access through the Los Angeles community of West Hills and the western San Fernando Valley. Bell Canyon sits at an elevation of 1,368 feet (417 m). The 2010 United States census reported Bell Canyon’s population was 2,049. For statistical purposes, the United States Census Bureau has defined Bell Canyon as a census-designated place (CDP). The census definition of the area may not precisely correspond to local understanding of the area with the same name. According to a 2016 study, Bell Canyon is the seventh wealthiest community in the state of California with an annual median income of $230,000. However, incomes in this area are commonly upwards of millions of dollars a year.

    Chumash Native Americans lived in the canyon for around 8,000 years B.P. The Chumash had the village of Hu’wam here in the canyon on Bell Creek upstream from Escorpión Peak. It was multi-cultural, where Chumash, Tongva, and Tataviam peoples lived and traded together. Nearby is the Burro Flats Painted Cave. Escorpión Peak (aka: Castle Peak) is one of nine alignment points in Chumash territory and is considered essential to maintaining the balance of the natural world.

    In 1845 the Mexican land grant for Rancho El Escorpión, named for the peak and located beside it at the mouth of Bell Canyon, was given by Mexican Governor Pío Pico. Chumash-Ventureño Chief Odón Eusebia (1795–), his brother-in-law Urbano, and Urbano’s son Mañuel were the grantees of the Rancho grant, formerly Mission San Fernando Rey de España (Mission San Fernando) lands. After California U.S. statehood, as required by the Land Act of 1851, a claim for Rancho El Escorpión was filed with the United States Public Land Commission in 1852, and the grant was patented to Odón Eusebia, Urbano, and Mañuel in 1876. In 1871, Miguel Leonis acquired Odón Eusebia’s holdings of Rancho El Escorpión, along with an adobe on the adjacent southern ranch lands in Calabasas. He used the land for cattle and sheep herds. Through various landowners that use continued at the Rancho until 1959 and Bell Canyon until 1967.

    In 1967 the Spruce Land Corporation and Boise Cascade joined in a partnership to purchase the Bell Canyon area to develop the community of Bell Canyon. In the fall of 1968, the Bell Canyon Equestrian Center, designed by ‘Southern California modern ranch style’ architect Cliff May, was built and began operation. In 1969 a new subdivision called ‘Woodland Hills Country Estates’ was developed and opened for sales. It was a success, selling nearly all the 800 home site lots within ten days. In the fall of 1969 the new residential property owners took leadership of the community association and renamed the development ‘Bell Canyon,’ after Charles A. Bell, the original homesteader here and son of pioneer Horace Bell. He was a leading late 1880s newspaper publisher, Los Angeles attorney winning many cases for clients against neighbor Miguel Leonis, and the 1906 Justice of the Peace for Calabasas. Legend says he lost a right arm in an 1887 shootout when raiding a moonshiner. The Rancho El Escorpión compound adobes, from the 1840s to the 1960s at the mouth of Bell Canyon, were actually outside the land grant and on Bell’s property.

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