Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia Roofing Repair & Replacements
We specialize in quality roof repair & replacement
A leaky roof or damaged shingles are typically the most obvious signs of roof damage. A professional roofer can help identify the areas of your roof that need attention and determine the best plan of action.
Every one knows the roof of their house is important, but it's easy to forget just how important until something goes wrong. Don't wait until there's a roof leak, torn shingles, or other damage to think about the condition of your roof.
Even when there's no evidence of roofing problems, it's smart to have your roof inspected every year by an experienced roofing contractor.
Another time to schedule a roof inspection is after a severe storm. By taking care of basic roof maintenance and making minor roof repairs as required, you can avoid roof leaks that can damage your home and ruin your possessions.
Whether you are looking to fix a damaged roof, upgrade the look of your home with new roof installation, or replace missing or broken shingles, the expert team of roofers at Gutter & Roof Solutions NW of Washington can help. Our roofing services are available in and around the Western Washington area.
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We only install the highest-quality roofing materials to ensure long-lasting results. Call us at 1-855-511-4714 or contact us online for a free roofing estimate!
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"Blow, sweep moss from roof, and apply treatment, install guter dome"
Susan K. of Bellevue, WA
Came on time and answered questions well. Roof looks great. Could not secure downspouts to adapters per platinum package as my downspouts are round, which they couldn't accomodate.
"Did we perform services as agreed? Yes"
Brad S. of Auburn, WA
"Claudio and his crew did a great job."
Amy & George L. of Stanwood, WA
Ed Train was our salesperson. We advised Ed at the time that we needed the roof done before August 16th since my husband was leaving on a long trip. Before signing the contract (and written into the contract) was that date. Ed had checked with the owner and emailed "no problem".
We received a call regarding scheduling and it was several weeks after the August 16th date. After a few calls Don Murphy, the project manager, was able to get us scheduled a week prior to the 16th date. Don had not been advised by Ed of our request. We appreciate his efforts in getting this done but recommend that the salesperson discuss this with him before making any promises. We also had to make a couple of calls to him rather than him calling us to find out when the installers would arrive.
Tracy called and also emailed that the roofers and dumpster would arrive mid-morning on August 9th. To our surprise the dumpster and the shingle delivery truck showed up about 7:30am. The people delivering the shingles decided they couldn't deliver the shingles with the truck they had due to the height of our roof. On Friday we weren't home but found out later that the delivery people returned with a crane but decided because of safety issues they didn't want to unload on the higher portion of the roof. They eventually showed up on Monday but this caused a time delay for the roofers as well as additional work since the shingles were delivered to the lower part of our roof and had to be manually carried to the upper roof.
Claudio and his crew did a great job. They were here by 7:30am each day and a few days worked to almost 7pm. They only broke for lunch but didn't take any breaks during the day. They never complained to us about the issue with the shingle delivery though it did cause them more work. They also installed two solar tubes and did a great job.
Amy & George L.
"Replace roof and gutters"
Jennifer L. of Seattle, WA
Experience was very good except for weather delays (not your fault) but communication could have been better. Overall great!
Darrellee P. of Seattle, WA
Roof concerns go beyond the roofing material
When a roofing contractor evaluates the condition of your roof, the primary concern will be the roofing shingles or other finished roofing material. Before deciding whether roof repair or new roof installation is right for you, there are some other areas of the roof that should also be inspected.
Make sure that your roofer also inspects the following elements:
- Gutters and downspouts. Basements can flood and exterior details can be damaged if gutters and downspouts don’t move water off the roof and away from the foundation. Prevent this problem by making sure your gutters are free of clogs, your downspouts are connected securely, and any long gutter runs are pitched properly to minimize overflows.
- Roof flashing. The roofing contractor should check the flashing around chimneys, vent stacks and skylights, as well as step and valley flashing.
- Skylights. During a roof inspection, it’s also smart to inspect the glazing seals between the skylight glass and the aluminum glazing bars. Leaks in these areas can often be repaired with special sealant.
- Roof ventilation. Soffit vents and ridge vents rarely require maintenance or repair, but gable vents can give insects and rodents access to your attic if they are not properly screened. These vents may need to be inspected from inside your attic as well as from the house exterior.
A new roof gives your house a new look
The functional condition of your roof is obviously your first priority. There are various reasons for a new roof, but many homeowners elect to have new roofing installed before the old roofing wears out, simply because a new roof can really upgrade a home's appearance. As experienced, professional Washington roofing contractors, we can help you decide if roof replacement or installation makes sense for your needs and budget.
If you are considering a roof replacement, there are some exciting new roofing materials available – like composite shingles that look like old-fashioned roofing slates but are made from recycled rubber. Modern asphalt-fiberglass shingles have never looked better – especially the architectural grades that show off extra depth and texture.
Start by identifying your roofing needs
Over time, all roofs wear out and will eventually need to be replaced. If you wait too long to repair or replace the roof, you can end up with leaks and expensive damage. On the other hand, replacing the roof too soon is a waste of money. It's important to be aware of the common roofing problems and which ones should be dealt with right away.
The professionals at Gutter & Roof Solutions NW can assess the condition of your roof and determine any early signs of roof failure. Contact us today for a free estimate in WA, including Western Washington and surrounding areas.
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