We understand roofing on a budget. We provide one level of service and a variety of materials to choose from including CertainTeed composite, Cedar shakes, metal, Davinci slate and PVC.
- Locally Owned and Operated
- Listening To Understand Your Needs
- Highly Trained Crews
- Strict Safety Regulations
- The Best Warranty in the Business
Asphalt Composite Shingles
We are CertainTeed Select Shinglemasters. We are able to offer a wide range of asphalt composition roof shingles to match any price range, look, and color. Being a Select ShingleMaster means we are able to offer the best warranty CertainTeed has to offer, and we think you will find it is one of the best warranties available. We install both the most popular CertainTeed™ brand shingles as well as a full line of GAF shingles. Our crews are trained and certified. See more about our CertainTeed roofing.
One of the highest referred Bellevue roofing companies
We have been Bellevue roofers since 2000, over 15 years. In that time, we have installed over 2,000 roofs: shake, composition, tile, slate, and pvc. We are so sure of our roofing we provide a 20-year labor guarantee, non-prorated and completely transferable. If you want a craftsman roof designed to last, call Elite; we are ready to help.
Experienced Bellevue roofers to help with your HOA
Elite Roofing is dedicated to providing superior solutions as your roofer. Bellevue has a number of neighborhoods that have stringent covenants that regulate re-roofing of homes. Because we work with many/most of the HOA’s we are very comfortable addressing your Bellevue roofing contractor needs. Eastside residents can feel comfortable working with Elite’s Bellevue Roofers to assure full compliance with HOA regulations. Unlike most roofing companies, Elite’s Bellevue Roofers can help with HOA compliance on any roof, window or other projects.
We work in Bretton Wood Neighborhood
When choosing Bellevue roofing companies homeowners residing in the Bretton Wood development don’t need HOA approval so long as the contractor uses materials identical to those used by the original roofing company. Bellevue Bretton Woods requires that if the color or materials to be used varies, the homeowner must submit a designated form requesting permission from the Homeowners Association. Aside from submitting the form, the homeowner may also be required to show some or all of the following:
- A site plan indicating the size and location of the dwelling as well as the exact location of the proposed project
- An overhead view of the property
- A sample of the type and color of materials proposed
- A time frame for work completion
- Name, address and contact information for the Bellevue Roofers
Statements of support from the owners of properties directly adjacent to the site of the proposed project, while not generally required, will be considered in a positive light when the Board of Directors is making the determination. If the project is approved, the Board also reserves the right to perform an on site inspection to ensure compliance by homeowners and roofing companies. Bellevue Bretton Wood homeowners are responsible for all work performed and any resultant damage to the common areas or personal property of others.
Bellevue Roofers in Lakemont Neighborhood
For those residing in Lakemont, any modification or alteration to the exterior of their home, including roof work, must be submitted for Design Review. No matter how you select your Bellevue roofing companies or the extent of work being done by the Bellevue roofers, Lakemont community requires that the work be approved by the Design Review Committee before work commences. The goal is to maintain the integrity, uniformity, and quality of all homes in the community.
Lakemont Highlands Neighborhood’s Bellevue Roofers
According to the regulations for the Lakemont Highlands, residents must finish any and all structures within the development provided by approved Bellevue roofers, using 100% natural wood cedar shakes or 100% natural wood cedar shingles</a>. If any homeowner wishes to use a different material, written approval must be granted by the Architectural Control Committee (ACC) prior to the start of any work by your roofing company. Bellevue homeowners in Lakemont Highlands must adhere to the communities commitment to maintaining the uniformity and integrity of all homes in the area. Additionally, no flat roofs will be permitted under any circumstances.
Bellevue Roofers for Summerhill Neighborhood
In the Summerhill community, all exterior portions of the buildings visible to the public, including the roofing, fall under the responsibility of the Homeowners Association acting through the Board of Directors. The HOA, therefore, has the sole authority to replace or repair roofs so as to ensure that the type and color are consistent with the overall look and design of the community. The HOA is consequently responsible for the choice of roofer; Bellevue residents living in Summerhill may not hire any Bellevue roofers to undertake roof replacement or repair without the express permission of the Board of Directors.
Vuecrest Neighborhood’s Bellevue roofers
For those living in Vuecrest, all roof work in the community is subject to the review and approval of the Homeowners Association Board of Directors before any work is started. The Board will approve roof repair or replacement only if the proposed project is compatible with the overall design and appearance of the community. All roofs must have a minimum visible roof pitch ratio of 3 vertical to 12 horizontal, and the ridge of the roof should be located within the middle 50% of the roof span.
In addition to the pitch requirements, all chimneys, weather vanes, and other such structures should not extend any more than 2 feet above the roof, and be no more than 3 feet in width.
Any alterations to these specifications must be approved by a registered architect, and the complete plans and specs for all proposed work, along with a detailed site plan must be submitted to the Homeowners Association Board of Directors.
We are experienced Bellevue Roofers in Vuemont Vista Neighborhood
Out of all the HOA’s in Bellevue, Vuemont Vista is one of the most restrictive when it comes to requirements of Bellevue roofers. This development is divided into two divisions. Within Division II, no roof pitch that is less than a 4/12 (4-inch rise and 12-inch run) will be permitted. With regard to all Divisions, roof colors must harmonize with the surrounding landscape. All colors must be approved by the Architectural Review Committee (ARC) prior to any work being performed.
All exterior chimneys must be made of wood, stone, brick or metal. If metal is used, the color must blend with the color scheme of the residence. In addition, any other reflective metal used on the roof, such as metal that might be used for flashings, exhaust vents, and pipes, must be painted to match or blend with other surrounding materials to maintain the aesthetic appeal. Again, all colors are subject to ARC approval.
Wood shakes and shingles, slate, clay tile and concrete tile are the only materials permitted to be used by roofers. The homeowners residing in Vuemont Vista must obtain the approval of both the ARC and the association’s Board of Directors if they wish to use any other type of material for their roofs.
A Note on Elite Roofing, your expert Bellevue roofing companies, and HOA’s
Elite’s Bellevue roofers work closely with homeowners and homeowner associations in Bellevue. Roofing Companies must comply with HOA covenants or the roofs are subject to removal and replacement by the roofer. Bellevue HOAs many times require prior approval before work begins. Elite Roofing knows this and works directly with the HOA on your behalf. We are proud of the happy customers that have chosen us as their roofers. Reviews may be found here.