Exclusive Residential Roofing Services
Spokane Roofing Company provides exclusive residential roofing services to homeowners who purchased their roofs from us. Call (509) 838-8633 today to schedule any of the following residential roofing services:
Our crew will remove old, damaged gutters and reinstall a new gutter system to help control the amount of water and moisture that gets into the structure, preventing potential damage from trapped moisture.
Keeping your roof snow-free is important to prevent ice dams and to keep excess weight off your roof. Minimizing the stress placed on your roof is a great way to minimize the risk of leaks and the possibility of your roof caving in.
An ice dam is a ridge of ice that forms at the edge of a roof and prevents melting snow (water) from draining off the roof. The water that backs up behind the dam can leak into a home and cause damage to walls, ceilings, insulation, and other areas.
Replacing an older skylight will improve the energy efficiency of your home.
Strong, seasonal winds in Eastern Washington can blow off shingles, even if your roof is new. Our crew will match and replace any missing shingles to eliminate risks of leaking and damage to your home.
Moss acts like a sponge, soaking up and storing rainwater. Some of that water then wicks up under the shingles through capillary action and soaks into and through the roof underlayment, which is typically 15-pound or 30-pound felt. Eventually, it saturates the roof sheathing below. Do not wait to call us to remove moss, the sooner the better.
Fascia is more than just to add curb appeal to your home. It assists your roof system in protecting the exterior of your house by keeping out pests, as well as disguising ventilation for your attic. If you notice a few bad boards or worse, schedule an appointment today.
Roof leaks present multiple challenges for homeowners. They never occur at a time which is convenient, and leaks can lead to significant damage to the interior of your home. Let us know at the first sign of a leak.
Last Modified: March 8, 2021