I got bids from three A rated roofing companies in spring of 2017. My house is a single story, just under 2300 square feet, plus garage and required 30 squares of roofing. I had a leak where my flat roof joined the peaked roof (was originally a breezeway). Because I had a Decratile metal roof over an original cedar shake roof, the job was complicated. All three companies said I needed to replace the entire roof. The only one to actually get on the roof and also check the attic to see if there was sheathing under the cedar roof was Ken from RC Energy Solutions. The bids were all fairly close. I chose this company because of two things: a recommendation from a contractor friend who had used them, and the thoroughness of their bid process. All three warned me that they could not do the work until summer, which was fine. RC Energy replaced the two layers of old roof, rebuilt the flat roof, which had not been correctly joined to the peak to begin with, in late July/ early August. It took a week to do the job. Workers were polite, thorough, and cleaned up. Because I had wanted to have solar (which could not be installed over the original metal tile roof), and the cost was less than I had been quoted by previous solar installers, I opted to add solar panels. That was completed in early October, a two-three day job, plus wait time for SDGE inspections. The new roof is a Corning product, reflective asphalt, with several roof vents. Some of the fascia and sheathing had to be replaced due to dry rot/termite damage. They also had to remove and replace the solar thermal pool heating. The solar install included 20 Silfab panels (made in Canada), a new electrical panel, and stucco repair around the panel. I am very happy with the appearance of the roof, and the electrical savings of the panels. Ken, Justin, and Christa were very responsive to any question or concern I h and the whole experience was a pleasant one.