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Your Beautiful New Roof in Los Angeles

Increase the value of your home with a stunning new roof.

Roofer working on new Roof
Your roof should reflect your taste and style. That is why we at Young Duro Roofing are experienced in any roof design, from shingle and tile to aluminum. Bring us your vision, and we will bring over 20 years of experience to create the home or building you imagine. Whether you want a streamlined and modern roof, or a classic and homey feel, we want to make it happen.

Safe and Lasting

You want a beautiful home, but even more importantly, you want it to be safe and reliable. Nobody understands that more than we do. We will never cut corners on your project. Our roofs last because we pay attention to detail. We train our workers in safety so that not only will we leave your roof in good condition, but your home and yard as well. We are reliable, safe and fully bonded and insured.

Residential or Commercial

Whether you need a new roof for your home or your business, Young Duro Roofing has the experience you need. Our experts are trained to manage the widest variety of projects, large or small.
Bring your needs to us, and your new roof will beautifully reflect you, your community and your business. We want to keep your home or business covered while looking its best.
We would love to give you a free quote on your roofing project.

Repair and fixing flat, tile, slate and shingles

A leaking roof can cause serious and costly damage to your house. Infiltrating water can destroy drywall or plaster, cause mold, and even rot framing. You should repair a roof as soon as possible after the damage occurs. If you have a longstanding problem, repairs can be tricky; it's not unusual for a roofer to make three or four attempts before finally fixing a chronic leak. In other cases the solution is obvious. A piece of flashing may be rusted through, may be missing, or may have come loose.