Roof Cleaning, Repair, Replacement, New Construction
Roof Cleaning: Does your roof need a quick sweeping or a major clean-up? We provide hard, thorough work and genuine satisfaction. Our pressure washing services include roof cleaning (single and 2+ story homes) and gutters. Let us get rid of your moss and other unsightly residue, and clean your beautiful roof today!
Roof Repair: Do you have a leaky roof or missing shingles? Maintaining your roof is a top priority to ensure your home stays dry and safe for your family. Our professional and experienced team will inspect your roof and provide a detailed estimate of all repairs needed.
Roof Replacement: Is it time to replace your roof due to age or extensive damage? Replacing your roof might be the more cost effective solution depending on the age or damage of your roof. We can review your options so that you can make informed decisions for your home.
New Construction Roofing: If you're choosing a new roof for your new or existing home, visual appeal is important. A wide range of materials are readily available such as shake, shingle, asphalt, metal and many others. Our experienced team will help you choose materials that offer the best protection and representation of your home’s unique personality.
Shake, Shingle, Asphalt, Metal Roofs and more!
What roof is best for Washington state weather?
Rain, wind, and snow can be hard on your roof, so it's important to choose the right materials for Washington state weather, and for the structure and slope of your roof.
Cedar shake and shingle are popular for their classic look and durability. They are available in sustainably-sourced materials and resistant to strong winds, heavy rains, hail storms, and snowstorms. Cedar roofs are also energy efficient, providing a natural insulation twice as strong as asphalt shingles.
Clay tile is an excellent option if you're seeking an elegant style, however they are more expensive. On the other hand, if well-maintained, a clay roof can last for 100 years, which may prove to be more cost effective in the long run. Older clay tiles are heavier than other roofing materials, but nowadays they are lighter than ever with excellent water resistant properties.
Metal is also more expensive, however like clay tile they can last for 100 years if maintained properly. Metal roofs are available in a wide variety of colors and are coated with resins that prevent premature aging and fading from sun or moisture.
Asphalt is a great option if cost is of concern. It's a durable roof and incredibly wind and water resistant. Nowadays, asphalt is stylish and available in a variety of styles and colors. They are reinforced with fiberglass and can last up to 30 years.
Concrete roofs are not recommended, as they tend to absorb water and won’t hold up well in our damp Washington weather.