Ridgecrest Sears Roofing
Servicing neighborhoods in Ridgecrest CA
Sears Home Services in Ridgecrest, CA has local home improvement experts for window replacement, HVAC, siding, roofing, and more!
Although some Sears stores may have closed, Sears Home Services still replaces and installs roofs in addition to heating and cooling systems, windows, siding, and other home improvements, in all neighborhoods around Ridgecrest. Simply call or click the "Get A Free Estimate" button to schedule your FREE in-home consultation.
We're committed to your satisfaction. So committed, in fact, that Home Advisor awarded us Best of Home Advisor 2019, honoring Sears Home Services for extraordinary quality of work practices, customer service, ratings and reviews and overall value.
If you're shopping for a full roof replacement, look for two essentials: quality roofing material and expert installation. The experts at Sears Home Services in Ridgecrest offers both including the best roofing products to provide lasting durability and improve the look of your home. Our experienced roofing experts are committed to installing your roof properly, safely and efficiently.
Sears offers three grades of asphalt shingles: 3-tab shingle and two grades of architectural shingles. We also have options for ventilation, underlayment and gutters. To make sure you're satisfied with your new roof, Sears Home Services of Ridgecrest takes these steps:
- Promise the highest quality materials and installation, for an average of 25+ years of durability.
- Assign a dedicated project manager to your roofing project
- Offer flexible and affordable payment options
- Back all our work with our Sears warranty and satisfaction guarantee
- Use roofing products covered under trusted warranties
We handle roof replacements, roof installations and many other home improvements in all neighborhoods around Ridgecrest. No need to step one foot out your door. Our knowledgeable consultants will come to your home to explain your options, discuss your financing options and give you a price estimate.
Check out all of the home improvements that Sears Home Services can help you with:
- Window replacement
- Heating & cooling system repair or replacement
- Composite cladding and vinyl siding installation
- Bathroom remodeling
- Roof replacement and roofing installation
- Kitchen remodeling
- Countertop installation
- Cabinet replacement and refacing
- Flooring installation
- Garage door and entry door installation
If you're looking for new siding, ASCEND® Composite Cladding by Alside is now available in many areas of the country! It's an exciting alternative to standard siding that provides the high-end look of real wood without the maintenance. It's available in 20 designer-inspired colors and offers a Class A Fire Rating, a wind load resistant up to 180 mph and a lifetime non-prorated warranty. Call us to see if it's available in your area.
Remember, our local Ridgecrest in-home consultations are always FREE, and every home improvement project has its own project manager to ensure everything goes smoothly from start to finish.
Get started now! Simply call or click the "Get A Free Estimate" button to schedule your free in home consultation. Please note that not all products and services are available in all areas.
HOW IT WORKS
5-10 MINUTE CALL
Share your goals and budget — and learn about financing.
Get a free same-day or next-day visit and receive estimate.
Our licensed pros tailor the job to fit your budget and timeline.
Save $500 on HVAC systems of $2,000 or more
Why Sears Home Services?
We have over 8 million project appointments to date.
MULTIPLE FINANCING OPTIONS
We've facilitated $6.2B in financing for home improvement projects.
PROJECT MANAGEMENT INCLUDED
We'll take care of managing the entire project, from beginning to end.
INDUSTRY LEADING GUARANTEE
Our warranty offers one year of labor and product warranty of at least one year up to a lifetime.
TIPS FROM SEARS HOME IMPROVEMENTS EXPERTS
The roof protects you and your home from all kinds of weather, bugs, animals and falling debris. Yet we rarely think about the roof until it’s too late—and then it can be a big investment.
Since your roof can last up to 25 years with proper maintenance, here are some things you can do to help extend the life of your home’s roof.
Replacing a roof is a big expense—fortunately, one that a house faces only every 20 to 30 years. If your home is due for a new roof, you probably have a lot of questions. These 10 tips can get you started.
Many urban neighborhoods have home owners’ associations (HOA’s) that set rules and standards to help maintain the collective property value of the homes in the neighborhood. HOA rules often govern yard and property maintenance to keep the neighborhood attractive and expensive. If you live in such a neighborhood, you’ll already be taking some required steps to help make your home look expensive. In this article, we’ll offer tips that go above and beyond the minimum HOA requirements for maintaining the value of your home. Whether you’re in an HOA or not, we’ll help you find ways to enhance the beauty and style of your home so it’s one that everyone will admire.
Drive past the builder’s model home in a neighborhood and you’ll typically observe what looks like the most expensive-looking house in the area. It will have shiny windows and immaculate landscaping. Home builders spare no expense in making their model homes look expensive. Image is everything when it comes to builders spiffing up a model home.
You can make your home look just as polished and expensive as a builder’s model home by following these steps to keep your house and lawn in top shape.
Spring technically hasn’t even sprung yet, and much of the country has already encountered severe storms in the early days of March this year. After spring officially begins on March 20, 2023, we’re likely to experience even more severe weather such as severe thunderstorms, hail, intense straight-line winds, flooding and tornadoes.
We want to help you be prepared for severe weather with common-sense strategies to keep your home and family safe.
When it comes to replacing your roof, you have a lot of decisions to make. When should I replace it? Should I upgrade to hail-resistant shingles? Should I seek financing for the roof replacement project?
While those decisions stay under your roof, one decision is very public: the roof color. The color you choose can stunningly improve your home’s appearance as well as save money on energy bills.
Climate, house style and siding color influence your roof color selection. Follow this expert guidance as you wade through the color palette to choose the perfect roof color for your home.
Are home improvements tax deductible? Not all of them, but some energy-saving home improvements can earn you tax credits. Tax credits directly lower the amount of tax you owe and can increase your tax refund (if you’re due one).
For example, installing energy-efficient windows can earn you up to a $200 tax credit in 2021. If you earn the entire $200 tax credit, you’ll pay $200 less in taxes. If you’re due a refund, you’ll typically get $200 more when you claim the tax credit.
Energy-saving tax credits currently offered by the IRS are called Residential Energy Property Tax Credits. These credits are valid for qualifying improvements completed before December 31, 2021. Congress often extends these tax credits when they expire, so you may still be able to get tax credits for qualifying home improvements in 2022 and beyond. Because there’s no guarantee that the current tax credits will be extended, check with the IRS, your tax advisor or a home improvement consultant about these tax credits when planning home improvements.
Whether you are buying your first home or your fifth, it is always an adventure, especially if you've chosen an old house. It can also be an overwhelming process, but old homes offer a bit of nostalgia and comfort that new homes just don't have.
It's important to know what to check in an old house before buying. Otherwise, you may have a big repair bill down the line. This article covers some red flags to look for when buying an old home.
What can you do to prepare your house and appliances for a hurricane? Read the top hurricane safety tips for keeping your yard, roof, windows, doors and home appliances safe before the storm.
Many people think hurricane damage is limited to those who live near the coast — but the effects can be felt 100 miles inland, according to Ready.gov.
Thankfully, as disasters go, hurricanes often give us some warning. The main thing, of course, is that you and your family remain safe before, during and after the storm. But you should also prepare before the storm to help keep your home safe as well. Here are three areas to pay attention to:
Next time you’re getting bids to replace your roof, don’t jump at the lowest number—especially if you live in an area with frequent hail or intense sun, or have black streaks of roof algae on your roof. Consider investing in a roof that can withstand these tough conditions.
“Choosing shingles that are designed to solve a problem like hail damage, UV damage or the growth of black algae can help your roof last longer and improve the value of your home,” says Laura Blood, a roofing products expert for Sears Home Services.
So consider replacing your roof with one of these problem-solving shingles.
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