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Are you looking for the hospitality and community feel of a small city but with the amenities of a big city? Do you want access to high-class entertainment and beautiful beaches? If so, then Tustin, California is the place for you. With a population of just over 75,000, you can find all these features – and more – if you move to this part of the west coast.

Cert-A-Roof offers roof inspection and roof certification in a 10 mile radius around Tustin, including Anaheim, Atwood, Brea, Costa Mesa, East Irvine, Fountain Valley, Fullerton, Garden Grove, Irvine, Midway City, Orange, Placentia, Santa Ana, Stanton, Villa Park, Westminster, and Yorba Linda.

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Common Roof Type

Tile is among the most popular choice of roofing because it matches the Spanish style housing and architecture of the city. Although it is extremely durable, the roof needs to be inspected at a minimum of every 2 years because the tile can crack, break, or slip from its proper position. Other conditions that can affect your tile roof in Tustin are the Santa Ana winds (high winds of 40 miles per hour), deteriorated felt from the sun's strong rays if there is broken or cracked tile, and debris in valleys.

Climate

As with the rest of Southern California, Tustin is well-known for its pleasant weather all year long. Usually, the warmest month is August with an average high of 85 °F, the coolest month is December with an average high of 68 °F, and the most rain occurs in the month of January with an average of 2.95 inches. In the warm season (April through November), the temperature has an average high of 73 - 85 °F. In the cool season (December through March), the temperature has an average high of 68 - 69 °F.  The average annual rainfall is 13.9 inches. (source: City of Tustin, Weather Underground)

Population

In the 2010 census, the population was 78,360 in Tustin, with 95.2% of the population living in households. The average household size was 3 people and the median age was 33 years. Of the 26,117 housing units in the area in 2012, approximately 48% were single-family units, and 49% were multi-family units. (sources: U.S. Census, others)

Housing

Tustin provides excellent housing to fit every family size and budget. The homes range from private estates, large single-family homes to affordable apartments. The key housing communities include Tustin Ranch, Columbus Grove and Columbus Square, Laurelwood, Tustin Meadows, Peppertree. Apartment communities can be found all around the town including Tustin Legacy and Tustin Ranch areas. Tustin apartment and home rental rates are some of the most competitive in Orange County.

Local Festivals, Events, Sites and Attractions

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