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Home Improvement Projects: Go Behind the Scenes

Home improvement projects take a team of talented, hard-working, and caring individuals. Each team member with their own unique set of skills. From the first phone call to project completion. Our team successfully guides each customer through their home improvement project seamlessly. You can count on the entire Valentine team to deliver first-rate results. Every project is important to us, …

Owens Corning Duration FLEX

The Owens Corning Duration FLEX™ shingle is the most superior shingle in the roofing market. Developed to be a tougher more durable shingle, Duration FLEX™ was designed using a proprietary blend of SBS polymer asphalt. This technology provides exceptional flexibility which minimizes granule loss through expansion and contraction. Featuring better defense against UV rays, these shingles provide all-around better protection ...

Weighing Roof Repair vs. Roof Replacement

Most residential roofs here in the Pacific Northwest last about 17-22 years on average. The weather climate in the Puget Sound region brings rain, wind, hail, and harsh storms that can take their toll on composition, metal, and flat roofs alike. A major factor that can affect a roof's lifespan is excessive tree coverage which contributes to the accelerated growth ...

What to do After a Storm Hits Your Roof

Stormy weather is an unavoidable part of life here in the Pacific Northwest. Heavy rain, wind, and the leaves and debris they bring can take a toll on Seattle area roofs. Most of Western Washington and the Puget Sound see consistently heavy rains for about half or more of the year and receive over 42 inches of rainfall on average. ...

The Downside of Roof Repairs

Most residential roofs in the Pacific Northwest region are replaced every 17 to 22 years. Rain, debris, moss, algae, and high winds take their toll on the life of various roof materials which can lead to damaged shingles, water stains, leaks, and more. Leaks, penetrations, and other issues with your roof may often seem minimal at first, but can be ...

My Roof is Leaking | What Should I Do Next?

Fall in the Puget Sound region is wet and windy. In fact, the wettest months of the year are usually November and December with October setting records for precipitation in recent years. All those storms can cause damage to your roof, leading to the dreaded phrase no homeowner ever wants to utter, “My roof is leaking!” We put together this ...