"Attention to detail is important ..."

"Hanford Roofing Company has a reputation for doing quality work. They're second generation and locally owned. I like dealing locally. Andy's written estimate was very descriptive and I could tell attention to detail is important to him. We were given addresses of completed jobs and drove by several of them. We liked what we saw and are very happy with our roof."

Richard King, Hanford, CA

Custom Tile: Ceramic Clay

"Modern Methods with Old-Fashioned Courtesy and Integrity"

(559) 582-5607

Why Hanford Roofing Company is the smart choice.

For one thing, we're your neighbors. Hanford Roofing Company is local and family owned since 1968. And that's important.

Because it means ...

  • We can personally ensure you get the full attention you deserve.
  • Superior roofing products.
  • Highly skilled roofers.
  • Most value for your hard-earned dollars.
  • Peace of mind.
  • And, should you have a problem, we're here.


Next to the purchase of your home, your new roof is a huge investment and one of the most important you can make. If you make a mistake, you could be paying big.

For example, recently we had to redo a roof that was only seven years old. The roofing material was fine, but the new roof had been installed right over a rotting plywood foundation!  

As owner Andy Perez, Jr. says, "A roof is only as good as its foundation."


One of the secrets to our high quality is that we don't skimp on our initial inspection.

Your roof will be measured, inspected, and the ventilation requirements calculated to Title 24 standards. Roof jacks, rafter tails, fascia board, and roof flashings are all carefully examined. The best time to replace these items is during a new roofing installation, not after!

Because our inspections are so thorough, we rarely have change-orders — that means, in most all cases, no surprises when it comes to the final price.


You want your new roof to last. Good roofing products ensure your new roof will better withstand the wind and weather. We use the best roofing materials available today ...

Plus we use "cool roof coatings" to ensure maximum energy efficiency.


Your new roof will be Title 24 compliant. That means the materials and installation comply with the California Energy Commission's Standards (Cool Roofs) for residential and nonresidential roofing. Cool roofs are designed to reduce air conditioner demand, save money, and reduce the urban "heat island" effect. That's good. But if your new roof is not installed and vented properly, it will not perform to standards. It will "sweat" or deteriorate and your air conditioner will have to work harder. There goes the energy savings. 


When Andy bids on your new roof, he will offer you three different pricing options: Good, Better, Best. "The homeowner makes the decision, but installation is the same regardless of which materials they choose," he says. "The price difference is just a matter of longer lasting shingles."


Today you have more choices in shingle colors and styles. So your new roof will truly add to the look and beauty of your home. Plus there are more choices for metal and valley flashings. Andy is happy to meet you at your home or place of business. He will bring roofing samples and product information.


Once the job is completed, we take special pride in the cleanup of the job site. "Other than having a new roof, it looks like we were never there," says Andy.


Our manufacturers all provide strong warranties to back their products. In addition, Hanford Roofing provides a five year guarantee on the installation, the industry standard is only one or two years.


Please be careful to not hire an unlicensed roofing contractor. If there’s a problem — like he moved an exhaust fan and then didn’t rewire it correctly — he might not be around to fix it. Or if the problem is bigger, your guy may not have the resources to stand behind his work. You can check to see if they have a license here.  By the way, it's also up to you to check to see if a roofer is insured. Be careful if the roofer says, “Your homeowners insurance will cover everything.” Maybe. Maybe not. To be sure, check with your insurance company. And if your uninsured contractor’s worker hurts himself, the worker could sue you.


Then there are licensed roofing contractors who are low bidders. Unfortunately, they often cut corners in order to provide a low bid and get the job. Like using off-the-shelf flashing that doesn’t fit flush with the chimney or wall. Or, not replacing them at all. Not replacing or painting your new roof jacks. Later these practices can cause your new roof to leak.

We take measurements and have the flashing custom made. Then we paint it to match your roof, which makes your roof more attractive.

As you can see, a quality new roof is all in the details.


Owner Andy Perez will meet you at your home or place of business. After-hours appointments are just fine. Simply contact us today.

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"... work is very professional."

"Every time I mentioned it was time for a new roof, everyone said, "You have to get a price from Hanford Roofing." I have known Andy Perez for a long time and know his work is very professional. He's local, guarantees his work, and stands behind his installations. Once the job was completed the clean-up was such that you wouldn't even know they were there, other than having a new roof. After roofing our own home, we had them roof a little rental for us. The same quality of work and care was given to this roof."

Richard and Rosie Pereira

Concrete Tile

Hanford Roofing Company

Before you buy a new roof, find out if your contractor ... 

  • Has a good reputation. Ask for references and call them.
  • Has adequate insurance.
  • Will thoroughly inspect your roof, including flashing, chimney, and  other roof penetrations.
  • ​Provides a written estimate, including an accurate description of the work to be performed and work that may have to be contracted.
  • Checks existing ventilation for proper circulation.
  • Explains the importance of ventilation. Improper ventilation will damage shingles and may invalidate manufacturer's warranty.
  • Knows, explains, and complies with local building codes.
  • Applies shingles according to manufacturer's specifications.
  • Commits to supervise the job during all phases of work and inspects it completely when finished.
  • Uses quality roofing materials.