About us


There’s something that makes us very unique.

San Diego County Roofing is a family owned and operated company with over 25 years of experience in the industry, providing exceptional service to Homeowners, Building Owners, Property & Community Managers, HOA Board of Directors and Real Estate Professionals.

 

Our commitment to excellence and professional integrity has given us a reputation beyond reproach in the San Diego County area.

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After spending many years working for roofing contractors, manufacturers and suppliers, Troy decided to start his own thing. San Diego County Roofing & Solar was born. It was from there when Troy heard about Edgar’s great reputation long before meeting him. When they eventually started working together, it didn’t take long for Troy to realize that he had the character and morals for an ideal business partner. After many years SDCR also needed a sales and marketing executive and James came on board as the third partner. It has become a tremendous value to clients because each of their skill sets complement each other perfectly and customers deal directly with the owners creating the ideal experience.

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Meet the Team


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Troy Parrott

President

A native San Diegan and Veteran Paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne Division, Troy has the overall package of experience with working on the roof, sales, management, operations and expertise in the Distribution level. Troy is a man of honesty & integrity and a family man with a wife and four kids.
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Edgar Rodriguez

Senior Vice President

Edgar attended college in Guatemala and was a school teacher until he came to the US in 1994. Since then he’s become a US citizen and has worked for some of the largest roofing companies in SD, gaining a deep knowledge and honing his skills for over 20 years. When not working, Edgar enjoys his wife and kids.
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James Adams

Executive Vice President

Also a native San Diegan, James earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from Dr. Jabs School of Business at California Baptist University. James brings 10 years of experience in sales & marketing within the roofing contractor space and when not working, enjoys his wife and four kids.

Interested in joining the team? We are always looking for high quality sales associates and crew members to add to our ever-growing team!

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FAQ

Q: Are estimates free?
    A: Roofing and Solar estimates are free for homeowners, HOA BOD’s and commercial property managers. If the project is tied to a residential real estate transaction, a fee will be associated.  
Q: What is the federal solar tax credit?
    A: The investment tax credit (ITC), also known as the federal solar tax credit, allows you to deduct 26 percent of the cost of installing a solar energy system from your federal taxes. The ITC applies to both residential and commercial systems, and there is no cap on its value. 2020 = 26% 2021 = 22% 2022 = 0%  
Q: Which steps do I need to take to go solar?
  A: The process usually consists of these 3 main steps: a) Roofing & Solar Evaluation of your Home b) Solar Design Approval – > Installation c) Utility Approval & Activation  
Q: What are the advantages of going solar?
  A: Just as our planet does, everything in our lives revolves around the sun. The funny thing is that even the oil is made of plants, that grew thanks to the sun’s energy too… Unlike fossil fuels, however, solar power is a virtually endless, renewable source of power that creates no pollution. Still, despite a lot of advantages of solar energy, America still relies almost entirely on expensive, polluting fossil fuels. However, a solar revolution is already set in motion and San Diego County Roofing & Solar is part of that!  
Q: So, how long does a roof and solar panels last?
  A: Roofing – With proper installation and maintenance a shingle or tile roof can last up to 25++ years. Solar – The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) found that solar panel conversion efficiency typically degrades at 0.5% per year for panels made before 2000, and 0.4% for those made in the 21st century. This is more of a theoretical limit and how long a solar panel actually lasts will depend upon a number of factors including the quality of the material, environmental conditions, and how well maintained the system is.    

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