In 1859 the village of Lincoln was born. It was to be the temporary terminus of California's first railroad, the California Central, which had been completed to Folsom in 1856. Thepresident of the railroad was Charles Lincoln Wilson, whose middle name became the name of the new town. The railroad finally arrived in October of 1861. Businesses were quickly established as merchants and others moved into Lincoln from the surrounding towns and mining camps. The new town soon became the transportation and trading focus of Western Placer County.
Industry had a much slower start, but in 1873 coal was discovered and became of some commercial importance. The mining of coal revealed layers of very high quality clay, and in 1875 the Gladding, McBean Co. pottery was founded. The production of clay products has been the town's leading industry for over 135 years.
When you want to find the roofing company you can trust, turn to Jahns Roofing your local roofing contractor. We are a family-owned-and-operated, and we treat our customers with the respect they deserve. We do this by providing top-quality workmanship, which we ensure by only assigning our crews to work on one job at a time. Our experienced roofers stay up to date on the best industry practices. We take pride in our team as well as our reputation.
One of our top priorities is high-quality customer service. When you work with our company, the owner oversees every roofing project. With the help of our skilled roofers, our customers get the services they need and the quality they deserve. We are your clear choice for proven reliability and exceptional results at affordable prices.
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For a free estimate on your new roof or roof replacement in Orangevale, please give us a call at 916-879-5483. Our office is just a few miles West of Lincoln in Roseville.
Our roof looks awesome! Bob is really personable, honest and easy to work with. This is our first big home improvement project and I was a little nervous. We have an old house and all I could think of were all the possible additional cost and repair that could happen once the old roof came off. We had some difficult solar water heaters on our roof (old house) that Aztec Solar had to wrestle with, which caused a minor delay (and I mean minor because they started Monday and still finished Thursday) and Bob didn't charge us for the extra time, labor or hassle it caused. He called the hub and discussed the additional cost for dry rot found before proceeding to replace. Surprisingly it was minimal. However the dry rot disclaimer was clearly on the work order we signed so it wasn't sprung on us without our knowledge.
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