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Government / City Projects

When government buildings such as courthouses, fire and police stations, detention centers, museums and libraries need a roof repair or roof replacement done right the first time, public officials contact a government roofing contractor at Central Roofing Company.

We provide affordable and reliable government roofing services for federal, state, city, county or other municipal buildings in SoCal counties of Los Angeles, Orange, Ventura, Riverside and San Bernardino.

Featured Project

City of Alhambra Public Library

Location: Alhambra, CA

Customer: City of Alhambra Public Library

Project Size: Repairs

Roofing System: Preventative Maintenance

Warranty: 1 Year

Creating a safe work environment is a top priority at Central Roofing Company. Our skilled technicians attend monthly safety meetings conducted by a third-party safety compliance company to insure safety standards.

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As an experienced and licensed government and city projects roofer, our company appreciates the importance of superb quality. A sound roof protects your building. It often means the difference between ongoing repair issues with a variety of building systems and achieving a dry, comfortable premises. Depending upon the architecture of the government building or church, we offer either shingles or roof coating systems.

Our Clients - Government Roofs

  • A C Bilbrew Library
  • Beverly Hills Courthouse
  • Camp Gonzales
  • Camp Kilpatrick
  • Crenshaw Probation Area Office
  • Glenn Rockey Camp School
  • Consulate General of Italy
  • Crenshaw Probation Facility
  • Diamond Bar Library
  • Florence-Firestone Service Center
  • Fontana Lewis Library
  • Glendale Courthouse
  • Healthcare Property Services
  • Los Angeles County Courthouse
  • Los Angeles County Fire Station 30
  • Los Angeles County Arboretum
  • Los Angeles County Sheriffs Dept
  • Orange County Assessor Dept
  • Professional Peace Officers Association
  • Pasadena Museum of History
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