Seattle, WA Roof Replacement Contractors

We specialize in composite, low slope, and metal roof replacement for homes in Seattle and throughout Western Washington. You will always receive our best price right from the start for every roof replacement quote. We promise The Valentine Experience, seamless communication, meticulous clean up, and going the extra mile® with every Valentine Roofing project.

When do I need a roof replacement?

Most roofs in Seattle need to be replaced every 17-22 years. Some of the common signs you’re due for a roof replacement include:

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    Water damage or leaks
  • Sagging roof icon
    Roof Sagging
  • Curling shingle icon
    Curling or buckling shingles
  • Moss icon
    Moss, mold, or fungus
  • Missing shingle icon
    Missing shingles, flashing, or fascia
  • Heat bill icon
    High heating bills
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Roof replacement material options

Our estimators will work with you to choose the best roofing material for your home and budget. We offer three residential roofing material types for your roof replacement project:


Black composite roof on 2-story home in Seattle, Washington
Price: Affordable Roofing
Slope: Best on roof slopes 4/12 and above
Estimated Lifetime: 17 - 22 years
Recommended Maintenance: Annual to bi-annual
Design Features:
  • Works on varied roof and home styles.
  • Traditional, classic and versatile.
  • Unique tri-color blends across all lines.
Composite Options

Low Slope

White, low slope PVC roof on home in Seattle, Washington
Price: Mid-range Roofing
Slope: Low slope and flat roofs
Estimated Lifetime: 20+ years
Recommended Maintenance: Annual to bi-annual
Design Features:
  • Accommodates unique details and curves.
  • Mid-century modern and contemporary.
  • Colors ideal for residential applications.
Low Slope Options




Black, metal panel roof on 1-story house in Seattle, Washington
Price: Luxury Roofing
Slope: Both low and steep slopes
Estimated Lifetime: 30 - 70+ years
Recommended Maintenance: Annual
Design Features:
  • Straight lines are great for simple roofs.
  • Modern industrial and rustic styles.
  • Diverse variety of vibrant colors and finishes.
Metal Options

Replace your roof in 7 easy Steps:

When you choose Valentine Roofing, we will guide you through our simple 7-step roof replacement process:

  1. Logistics and Schedule:
    We’ll contact you two weeks before your start date to review your project details, schedule, and logistics. Our production team will find the best time in your schedule for the project kick-off.
  2. Deliveries:
    Before the work begins, materials will be delivered to your house. Your experience manager will inform you know if you need to be home for any part of your delivery.
  3. Project Kickoff:
    On the first day of your project, the site foreman will meet with you to run through the project plan and share contact information. They’ll also inspect your attic before work begins.
  4. Construction Work:
    Once your project begins, it’s our goal to work efficiently. We will be out of your space as quickly as possible. Leaving the job site organized, tidy, and safe at the end of each day.
  5. Final Cleanup:
    Once your project is finished, we’ll perform a thorough cleanup to ensure your home and yard are clear of construction debris and nails. Leaving your home meticulously clean.
  6. Final Checklist:
    You’ll receive a multi-step checklist signed by your site foreman. This is our certificate of completion. So you can be confident that the work was done right.
  7. Warranty:
    Our industry-best, fully transferable warranty will be emailed to you. Be sure to keep it in a safe place.

WHAT’S IT GOING TO COST?Roof costs and financing

We understand roof replacement and repair in Seattle can be a financial burden, which is why we strive to make the process as painless as possible. As a part of the Valentine Experience, you’ll receive an open, transparent bid representing our best possible quote. Contact us or try our easy, online roof cost calculator.

Average roof cost for a home in Washington

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Karen Quilantang

We looked at several options to replace our 20 year old roof, and we chose Valentine Roofing because of the estimator, John Tracy. He came to the house and was very personable and kind, and even was super kind to our dog! It was totally clear that John had high character and wasn’t going to sell us ...

We looked at several options to replace our 20 year old roof, and we chose Valentine Roofing because of the estimator, John Tracy. He came to the house and was very personable and kind, and even was super kind to our dog! It was totally clear that John had high character and wasn’t going to sell us something we didn’t need. He did the due diligence looking at our roof and gutters, gave us several options, and was patient with us as he explained some of our choices. We ended up spending less than we had thought which was great! We were also very impressed with the level of communication and service Valentine provided as they got closer to our scheduled date. Because we have a shared driveway, we worked closely with the scheduling group to make sure we wouldn’t inconvenience our neighbors for any longer than necessary. They also worked around our work schedules and were very clear about what to expect if we stayed in the house due to noise. The work crew was very kind and quite efficient. In the end, we were very happy with our decision and we would recommend Valentine. I especially recommend John Tracy, who made a very expensive and complex decision feel comfortable and easy to understand. My recommendation would be to add them to your list of companies to compare! We will go to Valentine again if we have other needs.

Troy Brilhante

I had a great experience working with Valentine Roofing for my roof replacement and gutter replacement. The program managers I worked with, were very responsive to any and all questions I had. The roof project was initially scheduled for late January/early February, but they were able to squeeze m...

I had a great experience working with Valentine Roofing for my roof replacement and gutter replacement. The program managers I worked with, were very responsive to any and all questions I had. The roof project was initially scheduled for late January/early February, but they were able to squeeze me in right before Christmas. The roof only took a few days to complete and it looks fantastic! I worked with a project manager to hold on the gutter installation, so I could have the exterior of my house painted and I am glad I did! It all looks so amazing and makes my 20 year old house look brand new! I highly recommend Valentine Roofing!

K. Othman

I highly recommend Valentine Roofing. They did cleaning on my garage and an entire roof replacement on my home. From salesman to project manager to the construction crew - everyone was professional, polite, and punctual. Impeccable work from start to finish.

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Seattle roofing faq

How much does a new roof cost?

The cost of a roof replacement depends on several factors. The roofing material chosen, the size, slope, and the existing material all factor into the cost of a roof. When deciding, there is more to consider than just the price. Take into account the resale value of the roof, the longevity, and ease of maintenance, as well as curb appeal, as they all contribute to the value of your home and should be factored in when purchasing a roof replacement. The best way to ensure that you are not paying too much is to GET THREE BIDS, JUST MAKE SURE ONE OF THEM IS VALENTINE ROOFING!®

When should I replace my roof?

In the Northwest, the average life of a roof is roughly 17 to 22 years old. However, there are indicators other than age that a roof is at the end of its useful life. Over time, your roof will start to show signs of aging. These signs include missing granules on shingles, visible fiberglass matting, cracking, bubbling, curling, or buckling shingles. If there are missing shingles, it’s typically a sign that the roof is ready to be replaced. Moss build-up, serious weather events, plastic accessories, and more can lead to premature failure and reduce life expectancy. If you start to notice any of these signs, it may be time to call a reputable roofing contractor to provide you with a free estimate for roof replacement.

What should I look for in a professional roofing contractor?

Looking for a roof replacement contractor can be stressful, but finding the right contractor for the job will make the process seamless and easy. When vetting contractors for any home improvement project, you should ensure they are appropriately licensed, bonded, and insured rather than just finding the roofing contractor nearest you.

A reputable roofer will maintain memberships with industry associations, such as the Roofing Contractor Association of Washington (RCAW). These associations hold their members to high standards in quality and service and often offer special training opportunities to their contractors. Some third-party companies offer insight into the kind of experience you can expect from a contractor, such as the Better Business Bureau or Angie’s List.

Beyond looking at certifications and reviews, you should find a roofing contractor that is responsive to your initial inquiry and makes scheduling your estimate easy. A knowledgeable contractor can provide a roofing estimate fairly quickly once at your home and should always offer transparent pricing right from the start. We promise you will always receive our best price forward within an hour of meeting with an estimator.

Do I have to tear off the old roof to replace it?

Some companies offer to install new shingles or other roofing materials over the top of existing materials on your roof. This practice is often called a “roof overlay” or a “layover” and is problematic for several reasons. Without tearing off the existing material, there is no way to provide a complete inspection of the roof deck itself. Potentially hiding or even creating underlying issues. Also, should your roof ever develop a leak, tracking with multiple layers is much more complex and may result in failed repair attempts. It's also challenging to address ventilation issues without removing the old roof. Beyond that, flashings and accessories have a limited life expectancy, and an overlay typically does not include replacing accessories or flashings. The roofing material will also have a shorter lifespan because of several factors, including additional environmental stress.

Other adverse outcomes caused by overlays are negative home value and a less attractive installation. In most areas, including the Pacific Northwest, a layover can detract from the value of your home, completely negating any “savings” you may have noted with the upfront cost. These are just a few reasons why Valentine Roofing always performs a complete tear-off and replacement of every roof we install!

What kind of warranties are available?

Manufacturer and workmanship warranties vary dramatically from product to product and contractor to contractor. A standard warranty from a manufacturer is usually a limited lifetime type of warranty that covers the roofing materials for a certain period and possible replacement costs for a shorter period. Typically, this warranty covers material failures. Every roofing material comes standard with a warranty similar to this. Some manufacturers offer extended warranties that cover installation, disposal, and more for a greater length of time than the standard warranty. If you hire a reputable roofing contractor that stands the test of time, their workmanship warranty will be the most essential warranty you have. We offer industry-best workmanship warranties for every type of roof we install. These warranties are fully transferable and cover your home for the life of the roof!

How often should I maintain my roof?

Roof maintenance requirements vary. Most manufacturers recommend some sort of roofing maintenance to protect the material from premature failure. In the Northwest, some things to consider are your home’s proximity to trees, specific microclimate, distance from the Puget Sound or other saltwater bodies, and type of roofing material. We offer different maintenance plans designed for your home’s specific environment.