Fall in Love with your Roof!

Our customer in Seattle has a low slope roof that previously had torchdown installed. She was experiencing leaking and her repairs were not holding long. After a few months of trying to make it work she gave us call and asked us about her options. With a low slope roof the options are limited, but they are still beautiful! After …

Upgrade your Gutters

We just finished installing new 6K gutters with matching 3″ x 4″ downspouts on a project in New Castle. Our customer decided to upgrade because her old system often clogged with needles and leaves each season, causing back-flow and overflow issues. With the larger trough size more water can effectively flow off her roof, into her downspouts and safely away …

Can a New Roof Increase the Value of your Home?

A new roof is a big investment, we know, so it can come with some hesitancy and reserve. The good news is that a new roof will do so much for you and your home! It goes without saying, but we will go ahead and say it anyway, a new roof will add years of protection to your home. In …

Roof Cleaning and Maintenance

From Skagit to Thurston county, Valentine Roofing offers roof cleaning to help elongate the life of your roof and keep it looking new from year to year with annual maintenance. Existing moss is agitated with a wire brush which will  physically remove over 80% of the existing moss. Then we will blow off the moss and roof debris followed by …

PVC: The Best Choice for Low Sloped Roofs

  PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) is hands down the best low slope and flat roofing material on the market today. Engineered to be flexible, strong and UV reflective, PVC roofing can easily last 20 years here in the Pacific Northwest. The flexibility of PVC roofing makes it easier for roofers to install the product around roof penetrations like vents, chimneys and …

Safety First!

Roofing is an inherently dangerous activity, which is why Valentine Roofing takes the safety of each employee very seriously. To ensure all our employees follow the same safety standards and procedures we supply every field employee with the same safety equipment, which are regularly examined by our safety inspector. This equipment, along with the d-ring roof anchors we install on …

Celebrating 10 Years of Success

Valentine Roofing is delighted to celebrate 10 years of service in the Greater Puget Sound region! We have completed over 6,000 projects and have thousands of happy customers. How do you celebrate a decade of success in the roofing industry? With a custom made cake created for us by our very own Paul Massey. Paul is the newest member of …

The Right Flashing for the Job

A common practice of many roofers is to replace some but not all your existing flashings. Re-used roof flashings are prone to leakage and detract from the finished appearance of the new roof.   A quality, metal flashing should be installed at all the critical areas of your roof:   Gutter edges   Rake edges Roof  valleys   Roof-to-wall Step (sidewall  ) …

Using the Right Material

When if comes to your home it is incredibly important to have a solid, well built foundation. The same is true for your home’s roof. Sheeting, also known as the roof deck, is the solid wood surface that the rest of your roof is built on. Ensure the life of your roof by using a durable, weather resistant and level …

Is it Time to Replace Your Roof?

Here in the Northwest the average lifespan of a roof is 17-22 years. The moisture in the air and proximity to the Puget Sound create a harsh environment for our home exteriors. Replacing your roof before an issue arises will save you money, both in costly repairs as well as avoiding the additional cost of replacing bad material, such as …