Kirkland Roofers with a Wide Selection of Roofing Materials. Only One Level of Quality and Service
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- The Best Warranty in the Business
Asphalt Composite Shingles
We’re roofers that offer a wide range of asphalt composition roof shingles to match any price range, look, and color. We carry both the most popular CertainTeed™ brand shingles as well as GAF shingles. And our crews are trained and certified in both. That certification means we can offer you the best warranty possible. see more about our CertainTeed roofing…
Elite Roofers Kirkland
When hiring Kirkland roofers it is important to think about what you need in a new roof. This varies a depending on whether you are sprucing up your home for selling, keeping your home for a few years, or transforming your home for retirement. Even though your roof needs vary, your Kirkland roofer needs do not.
you want to make sure that you contract with Kirkland roofers that pay attention to detail,and install your roof with craftsman precision, and stand behind their work for years to come. Even if you are selling your home next week, you want to make sure that you can feel good about handing over the keys. After all you don’t want the home you are buying to be anything less, do you?
We have been Kirkland Roofers and since 2000, over 15 years. In that time, we have installed thousands of roofs: shake, composition, tile, slate, and pvc. We are so sure of our work as a roofer, Kirkland, 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.
Elite: very helpful Kirkland roofers when dealing with your HOA
Elite Roofing is dedicated to providing superior solutions as your choice in roofing companies. Kirkland 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 needs as a roofer. Kirkland residents can feel comfortable working with Elite Roofing to assure full compliance with HOA regulations. Unlike most roofing companies,Elite: Kirkland Roofing Companies can help with HOA compliance on any roof, window or other project.
Approved Kirkland Roofers of the Summerwind Neighborhood
Summerwind Homeowners Association has some of the strictest covenants for a roofer. Kirkland homeowners are responsible to maintain, repair, replace, and restore the roofs of their homes, keeping them structurally sound and visually appealing. When it comes to roofing companies, Kirkland residents living in Summerwind must use a contractor or company approved by the HOA’s Architectural Control Committee (“ACC”). They must submit a written application for the project accompanied by detailed plans and specifications prior to having any work performed. The ACC requires that a homeowner use only certain types of material when repairing or replacing the roof. Possible acceptable materials included the following:
- Cedar Shake (which is the original roofing material in place on the homes)
- Composite Shingle, so long as it has an appearance similar to cedar shake. Examples of acceptable and available commercial products include:
- Woodruf (wood composite product)
- Cemwood (concrete & wood fiber composite)
- Firefree(concrete & cellulose fiber composite)
Material that the ACC will not consider as acceptable roofing material include:
- Hot Tar
- Torch down
- Concrete tile
- Any composite roofing products of poor grade or quality.
The ACC has thirty days to either accept or reject a home owner’s request. In the event of a negative ruling, the homeowner may ask for a review through a specific grievance procedure outlined in the rules. If the ACC fails to respond either way within 30 days, permission is granted by default and the homeowner may commence work.
In addition to these roofing requirements, the HOA also has regulations regarding the placement of satellite dishes and similar device on the roof. Specifically, the location where the device is to be attached must first be approved by the ACC, and the silhouette doesn’t intrude on the roof line of the house.
The Brezza Neighborhood
The homeowners’ association of Brezza does not allow alterations or attachments to any part of their units, including the roofs, without the prior written consent of the Board of Directors. In fact, when it comes to roofing repairs and hiring a roofer, Kirkland homeowners residing in Brezza may not undertake any kind of alterations at all, except in the face of emergency circumstances, such as water leakage or weather damage. Otherwise, roof maintenance, repair, and replacement are solely within the purview of the HOA. The HOA is responsible for keeping the roofs of their units in good shape.
Should a homeowner, for whatever reason, wish to alter or change the exterior appearance of the roof and surrounding area, a written request must be submitted to the Board of Directors explaining the proposed project with detailed drawings and descriptions.
Kingsgate Highland Neighborhood
Perhaps the most lenient homeowners’ association in Kirkland is Kingsgate Highland. When making changes to their roof or when choosing roofers, Kirkland residents living in Kingsgate Highland 1 & 2 are asked only to use their own good taste and judgment in maintaining the aesthetics of the community. They are free to choose whatever roofing company they please, and the HOA doesn’t have any real restrictions with regard to design or construction, as long as the project meets with county regulations. The HOA does, however, ask that homeowners make a good faith effort to keep any such changes in keeping within the overall scale and harmony of the existing structures within the development.
The only exception to this lack of restriction is the HOA’s rule that no satellite dish, television antenna or other such structure jut out more than 10 feet above the peak of the roof. In addition, they ask homeowners to use their own good judgment in making any such device attached to the roof as inconspicuous as possible.
When undertaking any type of roofing project, though (including new construction), the HOA does require that the project be complete on the exterior within nine months of commencement.
A Note on Elite, Kirkland roofers, and HOA’s
Elite works closely with homeowners and homeowner associations in Kirkland. Roofing companies must comply with HOA covenants or be subject to removal and replacement of roofing. Kirkland 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 who count us as their roofer. Kirkland and other reviews may be found here.