Types of Residential Roofs
At Rainblock Roofing LLC, we specialize in installing, repairing, and maintaining various types of residential roofing systems, including:
Asphalt Composite Shingles
Architectural: Budget & Premium
Presidential & Shake Conversions
TPO 60ml Single Ply Membrane
Flat & Low Slope Roof solutions
If your home requires a new roof, Rainblock Roofing LLC provides efficient and reliable re-roofing services that will protect your investment and enhance your property's curb appeal.
Selecting Rainblock Roofing LLC as your residential roofer means choosing a company with a proven track record of excellence. Our licensed and insured team brings years of experience to every project, ensuring that your residential roof is installed, repaired, or maintained to the highest standards. As a locally owned and operated business, we are dedicated to serving the communities of Tacoma, NE Tacoma, Fife, Federal Way, Auburn, Kent, Des Moines, SeaTac, Burien, Renton, Covington, Algona, Pacific, Milton, Edgewood, Bonney Lake, Puyallup, South Hill, Graham, Parkland, Spanaway, Midland, Lakewood, Fircrest, and University Place.
Not Your Run-Of-The-Mill Home Roofing Contractors
At Rainblock Roofing LLC, we pride ourselves on our commitment to quality workmanship, excellent customer service, and attention to detail. Unlike run-of-the-mill contractors, we focus on providing personalized, reliable solutions that exceed our clients' expectations.
Roof Replacement, and Installation for Homes
Our residential roofing services include roof replacement and installation of various roofing systems to meet your home's unique needs. Whether you need minor repairs or a complete roof replacement, our experienced team is here to help.
Residential Roofing Projects
Rainblock Roofing LLC has successfully completed numerous residential roofing projects in the South King County and Pierce County regions. Our dedication to quality workmanship and customer satisfaction has earned us a reputation as one of the area's top residential roofing contractors.
Residential Roofing Costs and Options
The cost of residential roofing services depends on various factors, including the size of your roof, the type of roofing materials, and the complexity of the project. At Rainblock Roofing LLC, we offer competitive pricing and flexible financing options to make your residential roofing project as affordable as possible. We are pleased to offer Great Quality at Great Prices. Contact us at (253) 392-1800 to discuss your options and receive a free estimate.
What Our Clients Say
Our clients consistently praise our professionalism, attention to detail, and commitment to their satisfaction. Various 3rd party review sites post 5 Star reviews for the quality and value they received. Here's what some of them have to say:
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Call Rainblock Roofing for a Free Consultation
If you need residential roofing services in the South King County and Pierce County regions, look no further than Rainblock Roofing LLC. Our experienced and licensed team is ready to help. Contact us today at (253) 392-1800 to schedule a free consultation and experience the difference a professional residential roofing contractor can make.
Trust Rainblock Roofing for Your Residential Roofing Needs
At Rainblock Roofing LLC, we understand that your home's roof is an essential component of its overall structure and value. That's why we're committed to providing the highest quality residential roofing services to homeowners in the South King County and Pierce County regions. Our team of experienced, licensed professionals are dedicated to ensuring that your roof is installed, repaired, and maintained to the highest standards.
Don't settle for less than the best when it comes to your home's roofing needs, especially if you receive a savings over higher priced quotes. Trust Rainblock Roofing LLC to deliver exceptional results, unparalleled customer service, and a residential roofing experience that's second to none. Contact us today at (253) 392-1800 to schedule a free consultation and let us help you protect your most valuable asset: your home.
Frequently Asked Questions
In Washington state, where the climate is generally wet and mild, roofing materials that can withstand moisture and provide good insulation are preferred. Asphalt composite shingles for normal or high sloped roofs and TPO for flat or low slope roofs are popular choices due to their durability, weather resistance, and relatively low maintenance requirements.
The lifespan of a roof in Washington state largely depends on the material used. Older asphalt shingles typically last 20-30 years, while the newer shingles with embedded granules can last 50 years or more. In fact, the new Warranty offer from Owens Corning is: Life Time with a Non-prorated 50 Year, Transferrable Warranty. This will recover better equity when it comes time to sell your home. It's still essential to have regular roof inspections and maintenance to prolong your roof's life.
In some cases, depending on the city requirements, a permit may be required for re-roofing projects in Washington state. However, local regulations and requirements can vary, so it's essential to check with your local building department before starting any roofing work.
The cost of a new roof in Washington state varies depending on the materials, size of the roof, and labor costs. It's important to get multiple quotes from roofing contractors to get the best price for your specific project. Some companies have high overhead while others, like Rainblock Roofing work to keep costs down and prices down.
Darker-colored roofs tend to fade over time due to sun exposure, while lighter-colored roofs are more resistant to fading. Light-colored roofs also reflect more sunlight, which can help prolong the life of the roofing material by reducing heat buildup. However, Owens Corning developed fiberglass and incorporates fiberglass granules in the shingle, which holds color better in all their color options. The embedded granule also makes it easier to clean and refresh the shingle after many years of being a catch all to leaves, moss, and dirt in the air.
The strongest roof for a house depends on the materials used, the design, and the quality of installation. Some of the most durable and resilient roofing materials include clay or concrete tiles, thicker composite shingles, and slate. However, the market in the pacific Northwest is moving away from tile as it becomes discolored, can crack and not be in production to get a match. More weight and more expense moves more people to composite shingle.
Light-colored roofs, such as white, light gray, or beige, can create the illusion of a larger house by reflecting light and making the overall structure appear more spacious.
In hot climates, light-colored roofs are preferred because they reflect sunlight and help reduce heat buildup in the home. White, light gray, or beige roofs are excellent choices for hot climates. In areas of mild or cooler climates the dark colors may offer aesthetic contrast to a lighter home, and perhaps a bit of solar warmth in the winter. However, with proper attic insulation and roof venting its best when the attic is within 5-10 degrees of the outside temperature. This reduces overheating in the summer and condensation in the winter.
Roofs made from materials with high solar reflectance and thermal emittance properties help keep a house cool by reflecting sunlight and emitting heat. Light-colored roofs, especially those made from cool roofing materials like cool asphalt shingles or cool metal roofing, are the best choices for maintaining a cooler home.
The safest roof material is one that is durable, fire-resistant, and able to withstand severe weather conditions. Some roofs are low slope and easier to walk on when necessary, so a composite granule shingle provides some non-slip benefits. Some of the safest roofing materials include clay or concrete tiles, slate, and composite shingles. These materials are less likely to ignite in the event of a fire and can provide better protection against high winds and heavy rain.
Light-colored roofs, such as white, light gray, or beige, do not absorb heat as much as darker-colored roofs. These lighter colors reflect sunlight and help reduce heat buildup in the home, making them an energy-efficient choice for roofing.