Seattle Roofers With a Wide Selection of Roofing Materials to fit any budget. Only One Level of Quality and Service
composite – shake – metal – Davinci slate – pvc
- Locally Owned and Operated
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- Highly Trained Crews
- Strict Safety Regulations
- The Best Warranty in the Business
Asphalt Composite Shingles
We offer a wide range of asphalt composition roof shingles to match any price range, look, and color. We carry the most popular CertainTeed™ brand shingles as well as GAF shingles. Our crews are trained and certified. That certification means we can offer you the best warranty possible. see more about our CertainTeed roofing…
We have been in the roofing business since 2000. 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, Seattle, 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.
We offer a 20 year non pro-rated and transferable labor warranty
We have been serving Seattle and the East Side and surrounding area 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 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.
Elite roofing: Seattle roofers that can help with your HOA
Elite Roofing is dedicated to providing superior solutions. Seattle 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 for roofers. Seattle residents can feel comfortable working with Elite Roofing to assure full compliance with HOA regulations. Unlike many roofers, Elite Roofing can help with HOA compliance on any roof, window or other project.
Experienced roofers in the Amber Ridge Neighborhood
Generally, homeowners residing in the Amber Ridge Neighborhood are responsible for the upkeep, maintenance and repair of their individual roofs. The Homeowner’s Association requires that all roofs within Winterwood be kept clean, neat, free from debris, and in good repair.
Seattle roofers in the Winterwood Estates Neighborhood
When considering roofing companies, Seattle homeowners residing in Winterwood Estates must make sure that the requirements of the homeowners’ association are carefully followed. Only pitched roofs are permitted on any dwelling or structure and flat roofs are strictly prohibited. Further, only certain roofing materials are permitted. Specifically, the HOA allows only unpainted cedar shakes, tile, or architectural shingles as approved by the Architectural Control Committee (“ACC”). All improvements and repairs must be done using new materials that reflect natural colors and earth tones designed to match the overall aesthetics of the community, including roofing. Seattle Winterwood’s ACC holds the final decision on all specifications, it is important to be sure that whichever roofing company you choose, they are familiar with The HOA restrictions in your neighborhood.
All roofing projects in Winterwood require prior written approval from the ACC at least 30 days prior to the proposed commencement of the project. The homeowner must submit a proposal containing details regarding the color, material to be used, and time frame for project completion. ACC reserves the right to decide whether the design, color, materials, appearance, and configuration of the roofing project will harmonize with the various features of the surrounding natural and built environment and whether it will preserve the aesthetic character of the residence. The ACC requires that the project be completed within 90 days of commencement, but they can allow for a longer period of time if circumstances so require. It is important that prior approval is secured by the Seattle roofers.
Seattle Winterwood’s homeowners wishing to construct an outbuilding, such as a shed, must comply with all HOA requirements. The ACC dictates the roofing materials used for outbuilding be the same as the primary dwelling.
The ACC may disapprove a project, or they may approve it with conditions that they put on roofers. Winterwood’s projects that are approved are given 90 days to complete unless a longer amount of time is specified by the ACC. If the project is not approved, the homeowner has 14 days to request a meeting with the ACC to reconsider. This should never happen using a good roofing company. Seattle Winterwood’s ACC should respond within 30 days. The homeowner must abide by the covenant, and may be liable if their roofer doesn’t follow those guidelines.
Seattle Roofers in the Bill Point Neighborhood
The Bill Point Homeowners Association is generally lenient when it comes to roofing projects. Seattle residents living in Bill Point plan their project with the aesthetics of the community in mind. The HOA expects that any roofing project will enhance, rather than detract from, the beauty of the natural surrounding.
All homeowners must submit plans for any roof replacement or repair prior to the commencement of work. The Building Committee has the right to refuse the project if the design or materials do not mesh with the harmony and aesthetics of the community. The homeowner must make sure it is completed within 4 months by their roofers.
Seattle Bill Point has many other covenants covering the exterior of the home. Make sure you check your covenants.
We serve Providence Point Neighborhood
At Providence Point, homeowners are responsible for the repair, maintenance, or replacement of their roofs. The homeowners association has established committees to oversee and regulate any roofing project. The Architectural Review Committee (“ACC”) makes sure that homeowners follow building codes. The nature, color, shape, and size of the materials used must fit within the existing harmony and aesthetics of the community.
When choosing Seattle roofing companies, residents who live in Providence Point must make sure that the materials and the quality of workmanship that the homeowners association expects of roofing companies. Seattle Providence Point projects must also be completed within one year.