Roof Replacement Services

You might not give much thought to your home’s roof — until a problem occurs like a leak, damaged or missing shingles, or the appearance of asphalt granules in your gutter system. These are all signs that it’s time for a new roof. A severe storm that causes major damage creates a more immediate need for a roof replacement.

If you live in Snohomish County or anywhere in Seattle area and need a house roof replacement, contact the roofing professionals at Krown Roofing right away. We’ll come to your home to perform a free inspection to determine your roof’s condition and assess the level of any damage. We’ll then provide a roof replacement estimate so you’ll know how much your upgrade will cost. Our transparent pricing eliminates concerns about hidden fees or add-on costs that are common with other roof replacement companies.

If you’re building your dream home or adding on to an existing residence, we can provide an estimate for the cost of a newly installed roof. We work with the homebuilders in the area to coordinate the roof installation process and ensure the best results for the project.

In addition to roof replacement services, KROWN Roofing can handle all your roof repair needs and perform timely preventative maintenance to keep your roof in peak condition and extend its lifespan.

Our Roof Replacement Process

At this time we only install asphalt shingle roofs . We focus on shingle roofs because of the many benefits they offer to homeowners, including:

  • Various color options to blend seamlessly with the home’s exterior and maximize its curb appeal
  • The ideal combination of excellent quality and affordable pricing ensures a cost-effective long-term roofing solution
  • Energy-efficient roofing options — light, medium and dark shades are available to generate the appropriate cooling effect
  • Fast, easy installation saves time and contributes to lower roof replacement costs
  • Easy integration with other roof features like chimneys, dormers, and skylights
  • Many asphalt shingles these days consist of recyclable materials — their disposal won’t contribute to the clogging of landfills

When you contact us, we schedule a time for our estimator to come out and give you a free onsite estimate and consultation. Since no two roofs are alike, we personally measure each one before preparing a custom estimate. Our standard replacement estimate includes removing the roof down to the deck, replacing any rotten roof decking if needed at an additional cost, and installing underlayment and shingles. We also replace all chimney step flashing and counter flashing (Brick Chimneys Only), pipe boot flashings, and box vents. If your home has a ridge vent we replace it; if not we can install it and refer a contractor to install your soffit vents if needed. We also generally replace skylights.

Once you make your decision to hire us and sign our proposal or notify us by email, we provide our “roofing information” sheet to help you prepare for the roofing process, and we’ll give you an approximate timeframe for scheduling. Then you will select a shingle color and style. We encourage you to visit the addresses of roofs we’ve completed to see what the color actually looks like, plus we can provide samples as well. After shingle selection, we schedule the job for a mutually agreeable timeframe. If you have a specific date request, we make every effort to meet that date, weather permitting.

Once the work has been completed, we perform a final inspection before receiving your full payment. Part of our service is meticulous ground clean-up – we understand the value of your property and therefore strive to leave your yard as we found it.

New Roof FAQs

  • One factor is the age of your roof. If your roof is less than 10 years old, most likely you don’t need a new roof yet.
  • Excessive signs of wear may also indicate it’s time for a new roof.
  • Other than the age or excessive wear, an onsite inspection of your roof by a qualified and trustworthy roofing professional is the best way to know for sure, especially if you’ve had repeated problems with a leaking roof. Please refer to our Roof Inspection section for additional information.
  • No, the growth of brown or black algae on your asphalt shingles will not hurt your shingle’s performance. It doesn’t look very good but it will not affect the shingle surface. Removing the algae is optional and can be done using a bleach and TSP solution, but it must be done carefully to avoid damaging the roof and the plants surrounding your home. For example, never use a power washer on your roof surface!
  • No, all of our estimates are custom. And since they are free, please call us and we’d be glad to come out and give you a price.
  • No. What matters most is the installation of your roof no matter what materials you select. Many roof repairs and expensive maintenance are due to improper roof installation. Careful selection of a quality roofing professional will help ensure your roof will perform well without problems.
  • First and foremost, ask questions!! A good roofing contractor will be able to answer your questions in a way that you can understand, or find the information if they don’t know the answer.
  • Check references. Make sure the references include recent work.
  • Make sure your roofing contractor has longevity in business, good reviews online, and satisfied customers.
  • When evaluating your proposal, remember that the lowest price is not always the best value. Yes, price is an important consideration. But be sure to evaluate the roofing contractor themselves as well as compare the details of what they say they’ll do.

Three Common Indicators of a Worn Out Roof

Shingle condition: Missing, Curling, Blistering, or Cracked Shingles

On a new roof, asphalt-based shingles have a granular covering to protect the tar surface and give the shingle its attractive appearance. And there is a tar seal at the edge of the shingles that prevents wind from lifting them up and blowing them off. Over time, the granular surface of the asphalt shingle loosens and wears off, and the tar strip starts to lose its seal. If you see an excessive amount of granules in your gutters, or you start to lose shingles during storms, check your shingles to see if you notice any cracking, curling, or blistering. An excessive amount of any of these conditions may mean your roof cannot be repaired and therefore needs to be replaced.

Flashing and Caulking Damage

Most flashing products are made of aluminum, copper, or galvanized. Caulking is installed around the edge of the flashing to seal the flashing to the brick or siding. Most flashing problems are repairable by either re-caulking or replacing the flashing. But again, if the shingles around the flashing are too old and brittle for a repair, it is time for a new roof.

Roof Buckling or Warped Appearance

Rotten Roof Decking
About 50% of all asphalt shingle roofs that we replace each year have some sort of rotting or water-damaged wood underneath the surface. This is often because leaks are not repaired while they are minor. A small leak can cause a great amount of slow damage over time and is often not noticed until damage is seen inside the home. By that time the roof deck may be rotten and give a warped or buckled appearance, and one or more sections may need to be replaced. Excessive areas of rotten wood could mean a new roof is needed.

Why Partner With Us for Residential Roof Replacement?

Many factors separate Krown Roofing from the other roof replacement contractors near you. First, the thoroughness of our installation process prevents mistakes that can reduce the quality of your new roof and eliminates the need for costly “do-overs” down the road. Our goal is to do the job right the first time — every time.

You can also trust our experience. Krown Roofing is a family-owned company that has been around since 2010. During our 12 years in business, we’ve earned a stellar reputation throughout the Snohomish County for performing top-notch house roof replacement work at fair prices and delivering exceptional customer service from start to finish.

We’re a proud GAF Master Elite® Company, a roofing industry certification that ensures you’re working with a high-quality, professional contractor. Less than 2% of the roofing companies in the U.S. have earned this distinction!

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