Residential, Architectural Shingle Roof Replacement, South Hill, Spokane, Washington

Residential Roofing Services

We have the capability and experience to install various types of roofs, and to provide quality Spokane residential roofing services to our clients. Trust in Spokane Roofing to get the job done right the first time. Call us today at (509) 838-8633 to schedule a free estimate for your shingle, architectural shingle, membrane or tile roof.

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  • Roof Tear Off and Demolition

    Unless a roof has only a single layer, existing roofing materials must be removed before a new roof can be applied. Spokane Roofing Company will tear off and dispose of all old shingles and sheeting.

  • Roof Replacement / Re Roof

    A replacement roof may be applied over a single layer, or require complete tear-off and installation of new sheeting and shingles. Older homes always require a complete re-roofing.

  • Residential Flat Roof Repair, Installation And Replacement

    Repair or replace your leaky residential flat roof with a 60 mil, single-ply, Thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO) membrane roofing system. A TPO roof has heat-welded seams and extended life, requires less maintenance, and has no leaks! Learn when a TPO roof is optimal on a residential low slope or flat roof.

  • Insurance Work (limited to residential roofs installed by Spokane Roofing only)

    SRC works with local insurance claims adjustors when wind and weather damage occurs. Claim value is determined by the insurer, which then works with the homeowner and Spokane Roofing to arrange replacement.

Residential, Architectural Shingle Roof Replacement, South Hill, Spokane, Washington
Call (509) 838-8633 for a price estimate for more than 2 stories or greater than 8/12 slope roof.
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Last Modified: April 7, 2021