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Your roof serves many important functions, from keeping your heated air in to keeping water out. However, caring for your roof isn't always simple. Damage to the roof of your Spokane Valley home can end up causing pest infestations, water damage, or loss of energy efficiency.
For all issues, big or small, there's a local roofing contractor who can help. Use our guide to connect with one of the top pros in your area.
803 S Pines Rd, Spokane Valley, WA 99206
11401 E Montgomery Dr #2, Spokane Valley, WA 99206
7710 N Freya St, Spokane, WA 99217
601 W 1st Ave Ste 1400, Spokane, WA 99201
16124 E Marietta Ave STE 102, Spokane Valley, WA 99216
1714 E Bismark Ave, Spokane, WA 99208
16307 E Trent Ave, Spokane Valley, WA 99216
1312 N Monroe St Suite F191, Spokane, WA 99201
1312 N Monroe St STE 100, Spokane, WA 99201
12409 Mirabeau Pkwy Ste 300, Spokane Valley, WA 99216
23403 E Mission Ave Ste 205, Liberty Lake, WA 99019
Today's Homeowner looks at dozens of datapoints on roofing companies to come up with our data-driven rankings. It's not possible for a company to pay for preferential treatment in our rankings. We look at the following key factors in determining who should top our list:
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The type of roofing material that's best in Spokane Valley will depend on a number of factors, such as your budget and how often you want to do maintenance.
Asphalt is more budget-friendly, while materials like slate are more expensive but last longer. Even if you don't need to worry about sun reflectivity, you may choose something like a clay roof for the aesthetic value and protection from fire and pests. You also might choose a material like wood for its environmentally friendly nature.
In Washington state, all contractors must register with the Department of Labor & Industries. Additional state licensure is not required for roofing contractors unless they work with asbestos. Make sure that you check with your local government to find out if there are any municipal-level requirements.
Roof cleaning costs around $568 in Spokane Valley. The total cost will depend on the size of your roof, its material, how many levels it has, and how thorough the cleaning will need to be.
Your roof does impact how energy-efficient your home is. For example, in the winter a good roof allows you to spend less energy heating your home. Certain roofing materials, such as metal, provide superior insulation compared to other types.
There isn't one single best color for everyone, but you can find yours by thinking about several factors. Your local climate is important to take into consideration since lighter colored roofs reflect more heat than darker roofs, therefore keeping your home cooler. You should also think about what color and style your home is, along with your personal aesthetic preferences.
Some roof replacement costs may be covered by your home insurance if you use one of your insurance company's preferred contractors (if it has any). It may be easier to get costs covered if the damage is due to a covered weather event like an ice storm. You should talk to your home insurance company to find out if either of these situations are applicable to you.