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Metal Roofing Contractors in Seattle, WA

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Prescreened Metal Roof Installation Contractors in Seattle, WA

Seattle Pros, LLC
8 Verified Ratings
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(360) 467-2162
P.O. Box 48083
Seattle, WA 98148
JBC Construction, LLC
9 Verified Ratings
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(206) 607-0219
3908 Northeast 140th Street
Seattle, WA 98125
Ays Contracting, LLC
1 Verified Ratings
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(360) 569-1499
25106 116th Avenue Southeast
Kent, WA 98030

Serving Seattle, WA
Metropolitan Roofing
106 Verified Ratings
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(360) 813-0356
18458 8th Avenue South
SeaTac, WA 98148

Serving Seattle, WA
DHT Construction & Roofing, LLC
153 Verified Ratings
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(253) 414-0060
PO Box 7023
9905 197th Ave Ct E
Bonney Lake, WA 98391

Serving Seattle, WA

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Cost to hire a Install or Replace Metal Roofing in Seattle

Most homeowners spent between:
$6,833 - $20,775
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Reviews of Seattle Metal Roofing Companies

Project: Install or Replace Metal Roofing
Seattle, WA

These guys are GREAT to work with. They finished our metal roofing project ahead of time. They added sun tunnels to out two bathrooms that previously had no natural light, what a game changer. The crew was excellent to work with and they left our yard clean, as if they were never there... Thank you Metropolitan Roofing

Project: Install or Replace Metal Roofing
Seattle, WA

While having a roof torn off and replaced will never be a pleasant experience because of the noise - they truly made this as painless as possible. For starters - Clint came out and showed me exactly what the steps would be, and he didn't talk down to me because I'm female (so much more pleasant and respectful than some others out there!) Next - the crew took excellent care of the plants around the house (it is a jungle!), and left the patio and garage cleaner than they found them! Finally - I have a beautiful new roof - love the way it looks!!

Project: Install or Replace Metal Roofing
Seattle, WA

I went through 5 companies before I found Metropolitan roofing .Mike Vasques was the salesmen I worked with , he was on time , answered all my questions and most of all he was not a pushy salesmen . The roofers were polite , keep my yard cleaned up after a days work .my roof looks amazing .


Unscreened Roofing Contractors in Seattle, Washington

A Roofing, Inc.
12300 N.E. Woodinville Drive
Woodinville, WA 98072
Briggs and Bradley Roofing
36032 57th Ave. So.
Auburn, WA 98001
Alfa Roofing
24226 77th Pl. West
Edmonds, WA 98026
Interlock Industries, Inc.
7505 Hardeson Rd, Suite 400
Everett, WA 98203
Smeester's Tip-Top Roofing
19104 74th Ave. West
Lynnwood, WA 98036

Things to Consider Before You Add or Replace a Metal Roof:

  • What is the nature of this project?
  • What kind of metal roofing do you want? (Check all that apply)

    Polymer coating
    Standing seam
    Simulated shake
    Simulated shingle
    Simulated tile
    Don't Know
  • Which special features would you like for your roof?

    Ridge vent
    Snow guards or brackets
    Gutters and downspouts
    Turbine vents
    Skylight/Solar tube
    Heat tape
    Water diverters
    Would like recommendation
  • How many stories is your home?
  • Are you aware of any leaks or damage to the roof?

Ideas & Inspiration from Seattle Roofing Contractors

Seattle Metal Roofing

For homeowners who are tired of worrying about their roofs, metal roofing is one of the best options available, as it's as close to maintenance free as you can get. When properly installed, life expectancy for metal roofing is essentially forever, or at least the lifetime of your home. Natural slate offers a similar life expectancy, except slate tiles are brittle and tend to see a good amount of repair work during their lifetime. This is just one of the reasons why, for homeowners in and around Seattle, metal roofing is the best balance of low maintenance requirements, longevity, and affordability the market has to offer.

You may have heard (or hear) negative things about metal roofing, some of which are legitimate, others of which are unfounded, and still others that are old problems that have been solved with modern metal roofing. You might imagine how falling rain would sound pinging against an aluminum surface. Study after study has shown that (nowadays) metal roofing is no noisier than any other. In fact, with insulation and structural barriers designed specifically to challenge this perception, your metal roofing might be the quietest roof you've ever owned. It should be noted that some homeowners choose to install metal roofing the old way that includes the gentle (and some consider romantic) patter of rain; in fact, Seattle metal roofing companies may even offer a "rust" finish, amplifying the nostalgia of the installation and giving a look of age and authenticity to your new roof.

More Benefits

  • Roof Pitch and Weight:
    Metal roofs are so effective at repelling snow, sun, and other elements that they can be installed with a more gentle slope than the competition. Metal also weighs considerably less than tile, meaning you'll need less structural support underneath. As if these factors weren't benefits in themselves, metal roofing is perfect for homeowners who might want to consider an attic conversion, either now or down the road.

  • Easy Installation:
    Metal roofing is installed in sheets that take relatively short order for an experienced contractor. Though the price of metal roofing is greater compared to asphalt shingles, this will help cut down on total cost.

  • Fire and Pest Resistance:
    Fire resistance is great for peace of mind and minimizing the damage of the nightmare scenario, but pest resistance is something that will almost surely help the well being of your home. Since you get both with metal roofing, Seattle homeowners may even be able to get an insurance reduction by opting for this material!

Roof Cleaning
The Pacific Northwest is one area of the country where moisture plays a huge factor in the installation of nearly every exterior home component you can imagine. The high levels of moisture present in the area makes Seattle a prime location for roof problems due to precipitation. When dealing with asphalt shingles in Seattle, roof cleaning is about more than appearances. The debris, moss, and other gunk that can build up on a roof cam be particularly damaging to shingles, causing them to warp, lift, and become poor protectors for the materials underneath.

While it's true that some homeowners opt to clean their metal roofing, Seattle homes topped with properly installed metal roofs are less likely to see the same sorts of problems associated with debris and moss build-up. Not only will this debris have a more difficult time adhering to metal roofing, Seattle's metal roofs are also much tougher than asphalt shingles, making them more durable even if build-up does occur.

Drawbacks and Cost
The one drawback that continues to be a problem for some metal roofing products is denting and scratching. To avoid these issues, you'll need to choose either stainless steel, a thicker aluminum, or copper roofing materials, which can run a pretty penny. There's an easy way to tell, however, if your metal roof is up to the challenge of Seattle hail and windstorms: guarantees. Because some Seattle metal roofing companies offer guarantees that their roofs cannot be dented or even chipped or scratched, you're covered even if damage does occur.

No metal roofing could be termed cheap, but many lines of metal roofing are comparable to higher-end roofing materials such as composite and foam roofing. In fact, our data suggests that metal roofing installation is generally one of the least expensive roofing projects, averaging only $5,500. These numbers are most likely skewed by vertical house designs that are particularly accommodating and pleasing to the eye with metal roofing. The gentle pitch also helps reduce the total area of needed roofing.

Be sure you get at least three estimates. HomeAdvisor will refer several local and prescreened roofing contractors for your project, but we also provide quality-controlled ratings and reviews for our contractors. Use this and your own intuition when selecting the roofing contractors for your home.