For three decades now, Scudder Roofing has offered the finest residential and commercial roofing and roof repairs on the Central Coast. Combining old-school craftsmanship and unparalleled quality, a Scudder Roof is simply second-to-none.
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As a BBB Accredited Business in Monterey County as well as Diamond Certified, Scudder knows the roof business. We also know that our customers are our most precious resource. Our work and performance comes with a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee for that very reason. We simply treat every customer as our best customer.
Choosing your contractor carefully is the most important step you’ll take for your roofing project. And, from the moment you contact Scudder until the minute the last piece of debris is cleared away from your property, you can expect superior service from every Scudder employee, every step of the way.
We’ve built our sterling reputation on customer satisfaction and that’s what we strive for and deliver for 365 days a year. In fact, the measure of our success is a fully satisfied (and happy!) Scudder Roofing customer.
We want to arm you with as much valuable information as we can on roofs and roofing, the history of the roofing industry, the best roofing materials and much more.
It’s true; the more you know about roofs (or really, any topic), the better armed you are to make good and thoughtful decisions. And when it comes to hiring a good contractor and purchasing a roof, educating yourself as thoroughly as you can should be the very first step you take.
Whether you’re just beginning your search or you’ve been looking around the Internet for days and you’re more confused than ever, we want you to know that we feel it’s our job to help people understand that purchasing a roof — and the right roof in particular — shouldn’t be taken lightly.
Whether you hire us at Scudder Roofing or not, you deserve to be informed. So get a cup of coffee, put on your reading glasses and get ready to learn all you can about the fairly amazing and complex system over your head called your roof.
Referred by: Justin Roux