Our Purpose


To create a long-lasting positive impact through exceptional roofing work and community service.

Our Commitment


To deliver the Valentine Experience to every customer.


Our Story


By Connor Valentine – Owner and Founder

“After years in the Seattle roofing industry, I realized there were common industry problems that no one was addressing. Even though most roofers could nail a shingle, too many customers were left frustrated, dissatisfied and sometimes even feeling taken advantage of. This was primarily due to lack of communication, inadequate cleanup, little attention to detail and inconsistent results from one crew to another.

I saw the need for a roofing company that consistently delivered a great customer experience along with the highest quality roof. Valentine Roofing was formed in the spring of 2008 and the “Valentine Roofing System” along with the “Valentine Experience” were created as solutions to these industry problems.

The Valentine Roofing System is our proprietary method of installing a beautiful, quality roof on your home that will withstand the Northwest weather for years to come. We are consistent in every detail and specification so that there is no variation from one project to the next. After installing thousands of roofs using the Valentine Roofing System, we are confident that our roofs are second to none.

The Valentine Experience which is highlighted by great communication, meticulous clean up and going the extra mile, means that when you hire Valentine Roofing, not only will you receive a beautiful new roof, but your entire experience with us will be refreshingly simple, stress-free and easy.

If you are considering replacing your roof, I encourage you to get three bids, just make sure one of them is Valentine Roofing and we will earn your business.”

Three Pillars of The Valentine Experience

GREAT
COMMUNICATION

METICULOUS
CLEAN UP

GO THE
EXTRA MILE

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