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Roof Repair & Replacement Pros in Seattle, WA

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Prescreened Roof Repair & Replacement Pros in Seattle, WA

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Do It Right, LLC
(206) 607-0127
Areas of Expertise
  • Roofing
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- stephanie H.
Hanley Construction, Inc.
(866) 545-4174
Areas of Expertise
  • Roofing
  • Roof Replacement
  • Roof Installation
  • Roof Repair
  • Duradek Installation
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- robert B.
Gu-Wi Gutters and Windows
(206) 779-4759
Areas of Expertise
  • Roofing Installation
  • Roofing Repairs
  • Roof Cleaning and Maintenance
  • Roofing Certifications
  • Gutter Installation
Featured Review

"Danny is very nice and professional.They were finished in a flash."

- julie R. from seattle, WA
Stanford Construction
(206) 714-8763
Areas of Expertise
  • Roof
  • Decks
  • Composition, metal and PVC roofing
  • Composition decking
Featured Review

"Al Stanford is a positive individual with decades of construction experience that I trust. His crew was top notch, friendly, trust-worthy, hard working, tidy and meticulous. I greatly appreciated their dedication to the details, leaving no stone unturned."

- trina L. from gig harbor, WA
Gutter & Roof Solutions NW, Inc.
(800) 883-4715
Areas of Expertise
  • Gutter Covers and Accessories - Install or Replace
  • Composite Roofing - Install or Replace
  • Metal Roofing - Install or Replace
Featured Review

"We interviewed a number of roofing companies to replace our asphalt shingle roof and rotting gutter fascia. Gutter and Roof solutions offered the right combination of great pricing, solid reputation and knowledgable, no-pressure sales. They listened closely to our priorities, and even backed us down from a couple of unnecessary concerns and up-sells. The roofing team, headed by Claudio, did a great job and kept the worksite looking neat. Communication was good, and our experience with customer service was positive and responsive. Our project came through in good time and on budget. Will definitely recommend this company to others. "

- karen L. from seattle, WA
Wilson Roofing & Construction, LLC
(425) 616-5426
Areas of Expertise
  • Roofing
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"He has done good work for me."

- juan L.
Portillo Roofing
(425) 503-6283
Areas of Expertise
  • Roofing & Gutters
Featured Review

"Portillo Roofing did a great job throughout the project. Communication with their office was superb every step of the way. The work crew were punctual, polite, and very professional. We received photographs and comments daily that documented progress and issues. Our grounds were spotless when they left, as if they were never here. We highly recommend this business to others. "

- pa B. from sammamish, WA
Paramount Roofing, Inc.
(425) 646-0155
Areas of Expertise
  • Asphalt Shingle Roofing - Repair
  • Asphalt Shingle Roofing - Install & Replace
Featured Review

"The owner Mark was very knowledgeable of his business, and did the work needed, and explained the way the work needed to be done. And did it."

- james T. from seattle, WA
Integrity NW Roofing
(206) 406-8509
Areas of Expertise
  • Roofing
  • flat roof
  • balconies,sundecks,rooftop patios waterproofing solutions.
  • metal steel roofing
  • shingles,composition roofing
Featured Review

"The Daniel and his crew did a nice job, very professional! All work was done on schedule and as described. Each day the job site was cleaned up and supplies/tools put away. We are very happy with our new roof and highly recommend Integrity NW Roofing!"

- kim J. from seattle, WA

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 Install or Repair a Roof in Seattle, Washington:

  • What is the nature of this project?
  • Select the type of roofing material you want:
  • Is this an emergency?
  • Are you aware of any leaks or damage to the roof?
  • How many stories is your home?

Ideas & Inspiration from Seattle Roofing Contractors

Seattle Roof Installation

For many homeowners, Seattle roof installation is likely to be one of the single biggest investments you'll make in your home. The basic protection of any home, your roof must endure the seven-month onslaught of near constant rain and humidity. Fortunately, you may not have the same insulating demands of your roof as homeowners in other parts of the country, but you're still going to need a high-quality roof to throw back the uniquely stressful climate of the Pacific Northwest.

Most Popular Options

  • Asphalt Shingle Roofing: In addition to being the area's most common type of roof installation, Seattle's budget conscious homeowners will be glad to know that it's also the least expensive. If you don't have a lot of savings and don't feel like taking out a homeowner's loan, asphalt is probably your best option. When it comes to durability, asphalt is far from the most desirable material, as it often begins to break down after a decade or two. However, when compared to other types of roofing installation, Seattle homeowners can probably completely replace their asphalt shingle roof two or even three times before matching the cost of a single higher-end roof installation.

  • Metal Roofing: The benefits of metal roofing speak for themselves: durability, waterproofing, fire and pest resistance, and warranties that extend several decades. What most homeowners don't know is that many of the old complaints of metal roofing are a thing of the past. Metal roofs are no noisier than any other roofing. They have great decorative finishing and are among the more eco-friendly roofs out there. Though metal roofing is several times more expensive than asphalt, metal roofing tends to look best on taller, narrower homes that have less roofing area, making the total cost of installation more than manageable.

  • Composite Roofing: This type of roofing is a fairly ambiguous category. It's exactly what it sounds like, a combination of materials compressed together into a strong composite. Wood, fiberglass, and polyester are just a few of the more common components. Composite roofing combines strength of more highly durable materials with a high-end finish for optimal curb appeal.

  • More Roofing Options: Traditional tile, slate, and rubber roofs are among the less common roofing options, although they each have qualities (rubber is great for flat roofs) that make them attractive to particular homeowners.

Tip for new roof installation: Seattle homeowners replacing a primary asphalt shingle roof can often install the new roofing material directly on top of the existing shingles. This can both enhance the overall insulation of your new roof and reduce the cost, as there will be no labor put to removing the old materials.

Finding Trusted Roof Installation Pros
The good news is that the sheer size of a roof installation helps insulate you from the more brazen scams associated with roof repair and roof inspections. Still, your choice of Seattle roofing contractor is crucial if you want to get the most for your money.

Since the city has no lack of prospective roofing contractors, Seattle is a place where finding the best company for the job can be a little like finding a needle in a haystack. This is where ServiceMagic can help. Not only are all of our Seattle roofing contractors pre-screened to assure they are known for quality work, when you put your request through us, rather than looking through the phone book, you'll be able to read feedback about many of our contractors left by homeowners like you. This feedback can be a powerful and useful tool when deciding which company is most likely to suit your needs, and it also gives each of our contractors an added incentive to do a great job every time, earning more positive feedback from every project.

No matter where you look to find roofing contractors, Seattle homeowners should be sure to contact and get quotes from at least three different companies. Not only will this technique generally get you a good price on your roofing project, it will also increase your chances of finding a company you truly feel comfortable working with!

Seattle Roof Repair

Seattle roofs are at risk like few other cities around the country. High levels of precipitation take their toll, but the prolonged periods of light rain can be even more harmful than the quick-hitting storm. With a storm, there's at least a decent chance you'll know that your roof has suffered damage. When a small imperceptible crack allows rainwater to slowly enter your subroofing and attic, it may be months or even years until you notice there's a problem. This is no easy or cheap fix. Fortunately, this is a worst-case scenario: many Seattle roof repairs are not such an ordeal. Unfortunately, there are any number of things that can happen to your roof.

Even the high-octane installation of Safeco's roof is far from immune, needing new roofing pads at a cost of $350,000. Of course, much of this unanticipated repair has to do with load-bearing more than high levels of precipitation, but it does illustrate the number of different things that occur to any roof. Last January, for example, windstorms ravaged the Seattle metropolitan area creating an inordinate amount of roof repairs for homeowners.

In general, roof contractors are notoriously untrustworthy. As many areas of the home improvement industry are experiencing a dearth of qualified contractors, the roofing industry is one of the most in-demand professionals out there. Plus, the nature of roof work opens up a number of different scams for the unaware homeowner. It's absolutely imperative that you find a contractor with proper certification and positive customer reviews. HomeAdvisor prescreens all of our contractors and provides secure customer ratings to help ensure you find someone you can trust. More than anything, you need to talk to several contractors and understand exactly what is going on with your roof. Otherwise, you risk cutting yourself on the double-edged sword that is improperly repairing your roof and paying (or overpaying) for unnecessary repairs.

Cost of Roof Repair
Roof repair can cost anywhere from $150 to more than $1,500. Theoretically, it can cost a lot more than that, but these generally include worst-case scenarios that involve replacement more than repair. Unfortunately, even a thorough inspection may not yield an exact estimate until the repair work begins. This doesn't mean, however, you should leave things open-ended, either. Take a look at this example told to us by a Seattle homeowner whose roof repair cost $1,300:

"The contractor was very upfront and honest on his original bid. The job ended up costing less than the original quote. That, to me, shows his honesty. I asked for a worst-case scenario. His estimate wasn't the cheapest, nor the highest. I felt I could trust him, and I was right."

Other Roofing Projects
As much as you may not want to think about it, the need for roof repair can also lend itself to other roofing projects. Older roofs may be damaged simply from old age. Particularly if you're looking at a major roof repair, you might be best served by a new roof installation. Smaller projects might also include roof ventilation, a great project that works well with replacement windows and/or upgraded insulation. These projects help your home's energy-efficiency without sacrificing indoor air quality.