Roofing Spokane WA
Professional Spokane Roofing Contractors
We have over 45 years of combined experience providing quality roof installation and replacement in the Spokane, Washington area. We provide our services to residential customers throughout the surrounding area including Spokane Valley, Airway Heights, Liberty Lake, Deer Park Coeur d’ Alene, North Idaho and more.
General Roofing Services:
- Residential Roofing
- Roof Replacements
- Shingle Replacement
- Roof Removals
- Insurance Claims
- Consultations and Estimates
- New Construction Roof Installations
Residential Roofing Experts
We can help you assess your home properly for the best roofing service to fit your needs and budget. We offer a variety of brand name materials with extensive style and color options including Lifetime composition shingles, metal and more.
We realize that your home is probably one of your largest investments and where you spend the majority of your time. We make sure that your roof is done correctly the first time so you and your family have peace of mind for years to come.
Why choose licensed and insured Spokane roofing pros?
The roof is vitally important to your home and simply cannot be entrusted to fly-by-night contractors and unlicensed operators. We are experts and have the experience to help you choose the best options for your home’s roofing.
How do you decide which roofing material to use? Should you, for instance, go for a metal roof, a tiled one or should you use asphalt shingles? There are very many materials to choose from, yet what is ideal in one location might be totally inappropriate for another. We offer trustworthy counsel in these instances with the backing of over 45 years of experience.
Even within the same category of materials there can be big quality differences that the untrained eye might not see. Contracting the purchase job to a person outside the profession might mean that you’ll get lower quality material and this has a negative effect on your roof’s lifespan.
We know where to source the best quality roofing material at the right price. Moreover, we have relationships with vendors that allow us to negotiate favorable buying terms which are then transferred to you, the customer.
20/20 Exteriors’ roofing contractors carry out installations on a daily basis and when you contract us you can be sure that the job will not only be done correctly, but will also be completed in the shortest time possible. Where it might take a homeowner weeks to complete it will take a professional just days. In any case, there are never guarantees that the DIY job has been done properly and, as sometimes happens, you might have to pay to get the job re-done.
Most problems that arise with roofs can be traced to the very installation of a roof. An improperly installed roof will continue to cause problems simply because the installer did the wrong things at the beginning and that is why some have to be replaced prematurely and costing you more money.
In the digital age we live in, we are bombarded with all manner of online tutorials and YouTube videos which show how easy it is to accomplish tasks the do-it-yourself way. While there are certainly many tasks that the average homeowner can complete without pro help, some are too delicate, complicated and dangerous that they are best left to pros. Roof installation belong in the latter category and without adequate training and the proper equipment, even the most diehard DIY person will have problems performing these tasks well, and safely.
Unlike what you might have seen on a video, roof installation and maintenance are dangerous tasks and it is not surprising therefore that every year many DIY projects end up as hospital admissions. Using ladders and climbing steep roofs comes with a considerable degree of risks especially if you do not have the right gear. A slight mistake in such situations could be catastrophic and this is the kind of gamble you avoid when you contract us.
Our roofers not only have the right training and equipment but also carry adequate insurance. Should the contractor or a member of the crew get injured while working on your property, any subsequent hospitalization bills are taken care of by the insurance company. If, on the other hand, you did the job yourself or contracted an uninsured contractor, you could be held liable if somebody got injured while working on your property.