Your home is your most important asset, and your roofing system is what keeps everyone in it safe. If something goes wrong and you’re in need of a new installation or roofing repair, wouldn’t you want to be able to call a home improvement company you can trust?
While most families make the mistake of trusting their biggest investment to a “Chuck & a truck” type of company or somebody from craigslist, This initial “Savings” will end up costing your family more by having to do the work twice, and trust me is not fun for us to re-roof a roof that other company installed not too long ago.
Since 2008, Roof4life has created a business based on customer satisfaction. We’re homeowners too, and when we’re in your shoes, we know how much you rely on a reputable company. Our GAF Certified professionals have installed hundreds of roofs, and we can confidently say that we’re your best choice for a roofing installation or a repair.
We offer beautiful, durable roofing systems in a wide variety of colors to give your home the look you’ve always wanted. We also use state-of-the-art tools and materials to correct any leaks, rot, mold, or damage that your roof has suffered. When we’re finished with your roof, you’ll not only love it, but you’ll be able to rest easy knowing that you and your family are protected.
At Roof4Life, we not only carry the best in roofing materials, but we proudly employ only the most qualified individuals in the industry to make sure every job gets done right the first time around; if it doesn’t, we’ll take full responsibility and make it right for free.
Ten years ago, the average workmanship warranty on a roof installation was just five years. That means if something went wrong just a year later, you were stuck with no coverage for a repair or replacement. At Roof4life, we felt 5, 7 or even 10 years was entirely too short, so we spent hours upon hours finding the highest quality materials and creating a roof installation process that we could stand behind for 50+ years. As a result, we are feel very comfortable issuing one of the longest warranties in the industry, for materials and labor.
When you choose us as your roofing company, you’ll benefit from the excellent selection of roofing products we provide. We install roofing materials from some of the most trusted names in the industry, such as CertainTeed, GAF, Owens Corning, and other reliable brands that are composed of a number of different materials, including:
Regardless of the roofing materials you choose to have installed on your home, you can rest assured the work on your new roofing system will be completed with meticulous craftsmanship. All of our installers are factory trained, with over 50 years combined of experience in the roofing industry. We will get the work done right the first time.
For more information about our roofing company, contact the Exteriror’s Pro!. We’re a roofing contractor that proudly serves residents of Seattle, Bellevue, Kirkland, Tacoma, Everett, WA, and all other communities in the surrounding areas.
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What type of roofing is right for your home? When looking for the right roofing material for your home, you want something that is inexpensive, requires low maintenance, and lasts a long time. But you also want something that will make your house beautiful. You want something that will not have to constantly be replaced or repaired. You can now choose from many different options, styles and colors to find the roof that you want.
Composition Shingles or Asphalt Shingles
These types of shingles are those that everyone is familiar with since they adorn most houses everywhere you look. Composition shingles are usually made out of asphalt or fiberglass. Out of all the popular roofing materials today, composition shingles are the most affordable and they are easy to install and maintain. They come in many different styles and colors, so you will definitely be able to find the right look you want for your roof. On average, they will last between 15 and 30 years. Composition shingles look good on any type of house too.
Wooden shingles made from cedar or pine give your home a more natural look while also insulating and providing better air circulation in your home. These environmentally friendly shingles are easy to repair or replace if needed. However, they do require proper care and maintenance, and if taken care of, cedar shingles will last between 30 and 50 years. They are more expensive than composition shingles and do require more maintenance, but if you are looking for a more natural look for your house, cedar shingles just may be for you.
To add an expensive flare to your Italian or Spanish designed home, you will want the clay tile for your roof. This long-lasting, low maintenance tile doesn’t mold, decay, or burn. It comes in different colors and styles to fit the look of your house.
Tile for your roof can now come in a concrete form that is very durable and lasts a long time. The concrete is formed into thin shingles, tiles, even given the appearance of wooden shingles. It can also be made to look like clay tile or slate, but without all the weight that is present in those types of materials. Made with fiber-reinforced cement and even recycled materials, this expensive design requires low maintenance and won’t burn.
Made from steel, aluminum, tin, or copper, metal roofing is making a comeback. It is a durable form of roofing that can last you up to 50 years. Though it is more expensive than composition shingles, it requires extremely low maintenance and is excellent in all forms of weather. It can withstand winds, rain, and hail while reflecting heat in the sun. Metal roofing can also be energy efficient, helping you save money on your energy bills. Some forms of metal roofing are also made out of recycled materials and are environmentally friendly. Don’t think that your house will just have a dull sheet of metal on it. Metal roofing can be made to look like shingles and other tiles, including clay tile