Living on the West Coast, you’re no stranger to heavy rain. Gutters and drainage systems are one of the most important parts of keeping your property in top shape. A quality water drainage system protects you from mold, leaks, and structural damage down the line.

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Aluminum is the most common material used in gutters for homes and commercial buildings. It’s a low weight, low-maintenance metal, is available in dozens of colors, and can last for up to thirty years.

    Wide Variety
    Low Maintenance
    Timeless Artistic Effect
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EPDM, or Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer is a newer technology used to create a watertight membrane on your roof. The material is flexible, as well as durable to extreme temperature change and UV light. If your project has a more complicated roof and needs a customized drainage solution, Pacific Coast Contractors’ EPDM gutters could be right for you.

    Long Life
    Low Maintenance


The material you choose for a Residential or Commercial building’s siding can say a lot about the rest of its features. Architectural details and paint colors can all be affected by the surface coating of your building. Some of the materials offered by Pacific Coast Roofing include:

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Looking to inexpensively improve your property’s exterior appearance? Vinyl siding is a versatile, and durable, material choice. From wood textures to contemporary colors, vinyl siding offers the greatest flexibility in the end ‘look’ of your property.

    Great Warranties
    Smart Investment
    Environment Friendly
    Wide Range of Styles & Colors
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Wood siding adds a touch of natural beauty to your property. Available in authentic wood finishes, or exquisite colors, At Pacific Coast Roofing we ensure the highest possible quality of our wood siding. Your long-lasting confidence in your project is our foremost concern.

    Easy to Replace
    Environment Friendly
    Reduced Heating & Cooling Costs
    High Resistance to Strong Winds & Storms
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Fiber Cement

Fiber cement siding strikes a balance between the natural aesthetic of wood or stone, without compromising the resilience of man-made material. Safe from rot, burning, and pests like termites, fiber cement is one of the most cost-effective home siding materials on the market today.

    Cost Efficient
    Long Life Expectancy
    High Resistance to Fire
    Resistant to Rotting & Warping
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Made of lime, cement, sand, and water, stucco is applied to a building in layers over a wood or wire framework. The end result is a low-maintenance siding that will do wonders in insulating your home. The traditional look of stucco siding can compliment existing architecture perfectly, meaning that you don’t have to compromise between function and form.

    Easy Installation
    Low Maintenance
    Add Value to Your Home
Brick Sidings


Simple, durable, and time-tested, brick is an excellent choice for nearly any Commercial or Residential property’s siding. The material’s upkeep is minimal, meaning you can enjoy the traditional aesthetic of your property for years to come.

    Strong & Durable
    Low Maintenance
    Increase Insulation 
    Block Outside Noise
Synthetic Stone Sidings

Synthetic Stone

Synthetic stone siding is one of the most simple materials to install. Usually working in interlocking pieces, this siding can simply be installed in sections, minimizing your workload. Pacific Coast Contractors can help you to choose the perfect synthetic siding for your project.

    Easy to Recycle
    Natural Looking
    Quick Intallation
    Wide Range of Designs & Colors


An important part of any building envelope connecting the roof overhand and the side of your home/building, soffits serve both an aesthetic and functional purpose. Not only do soffits add character but they also add durability by protecting your rafters from the weather. Without soffits, your rafters can have mold build-up, beam rot and pet infestation. We offer many different material options for soffit installation – Beaded Vinyl, Perforated Vinyl, Aluminum, Fiber Cement, Cedar, and Pine. We will work with you to match the look and feel of your home’s exterior so that when the job is complete your home will have an attractive, clean finish.

Fascia Boards

A damaged, rotten, or worn away fascia board is a tell-tale sign that your built-in gutter system is not functioning properly. It may be clogged or broken. We will remove the damaged fascia board and assess any further damage to the structure of your home, as well as the gutter systems that caused the initial fascia board damage. After the damage has been assessed, and appropriately repaired, we will replace your fascia board, giving your home, and gutters, a fresh look. We carry many fascia board replacement options that can be installed on most homes.