Asphalt Shingle Roofing Company in Snohomish, WA

Asset Roofing Co provides Snohomish and King County with award-winning composition roofing replacements that offer superior protection against the elements.

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High-Quality Asphalt Shingle Repair

Asphalt shingles are popular, versatile and dependable. However, it is always important to be aware of the telltale signs that your roof may not have been treated properly. These signs include missing or curling up nails on panels, cracks near outlets where water tends to enter first during heavy rainstorms, missing asphalt tiles from leaking gutters, as well damaged rafters due an animal attack.

High-quality asphalt shingle roofing repair is our business. We use the best materials and have all of your needs in mind when doing so. If you’re noticing any sign that might point towards an issue with wear, tear or leaks on your roof, don’t hesitate to reach out today because time matters more than ever in these circumstances. Roof damage can really wreak havoc on homes if left unchecked, especially right after a storm.

Work with an Asphalt Shingle Roofing Contractor

Reliable asphalt shingle roofing company, Asset Roofing and Gutters, will help you maintain your shingle roofs. As your roof ages and starts to show symptoms of a problem, it’s important that we also begin our annual maintenance inspections so we can distinguish the type and scale of repair to do. We can move forward with your shingle roofing repair starting with a phone call. Reach out to us at (425) 326-2755 to schedule a visit and consultation.

High-quality asphalt shingle roofing repair is our business. We use the best materials and have all of your needs in mind when doing so. If you’re noticing any sign that might point towards an issue with wear, tear or leaks on your roof, don’t hesitate to reach out today because time matters more than ever in these circumstances. Roof damage can really wreak havoc on homes if left unchecked, especially right after a storm.

The composition roofing materials of today have evolved substantially over what you may have seen in previous generations. Composite roofing offers significant protection from fierce weather conditions, extended lifespan, and flexible design options at an affordable price. See how our professional roofing team tackles a composition roof replacement in our video above!

Getting to Know Composition roofs!

Asset Roofing Co is known in Snohomish and King County as one of the most trusted and repeatedly referred roofing teams. Our composite roofing replacements provide customers with maximum protection and design flexibility, offering a wide range of color and pattern options that bring out the best of any Pacific Northwest home.

Asset Roofing Co protects your most important asset down to the last shingle. We are a premier, top-rated roofing company providing services across all of Western Washington. The Pacific Northwest has unique geographical concerns to account for when considering a roof replacement. While we’re commonly known for our heavy rainfall, we also are subject to heat waves, high winds, snow, and frozen conditions.

Because of our variable weather patterns, Pacific Northwest homes benefit from a roofing material that’s as flexible as the weather itself — composite roofing. Our composite roofs consist of high-quality, durable shingles made with a fiberglass matting core embedded within asphalt and mineral fillers.

But materials alone are not enough. As a team of roofing professionals with decades of experience, we’ve seen high-quality materials fail merely on the basis of being installed incorrectly. Experience matters; and our experience has allowed us to develop a process that ensures your roof replacement lasts as long as possible, without breaking the bank.

Composition roofs are often selected because they’re a cost-effective material for a roofing replacement, when compared to other options like metal. But the benefits of composition roofing don’t stop with simply being affordable. Composite shingles are naturally reflective, which helps your home stay better insulated against outdoor temperatures. This results in extraordinary energy savings due to reduced cooling costs in the summer and lower heating costs in the winter. Their layered construction also makes them a quiet choice of material during our frequent PNW rainstorms, reducing noise pollution throughout the building.

With all the benefits of a composite roof, you may think that you’ll have to compromise on appearance and design. But this couldn’t be any further from the truth. Our composite roofs come in a broad range of stylish options that can boost the appearance of your home or building, achieving whatever look best fits with the architecture. 

No matter whether or not you need a classic shake-style roof or a more dimensional shingle design, our team of roofing professionals can help you select the option that best aligns with your budget and aesthetic preferences. We’re committed to providing you with the absolute best customer experience, so you can trust that your composition roof replacement will be done to your exact specifications and provide superior protection for decades to come.

Manufacturer Info​

Asset Roofing Co has researched countless manufacturers in search of providing our customers with the absolute top quality composite products at highly-competitive prices.

As part of this initiative, we have partnered with multiple composite material providers, each with a proven track record of providing products built to outlast their competitors’ material.  You can be certain that the composite shingles on your roof will be fully enabled to stand tough against the Pacific Northwest’s unpredictable conditions.

Our relationships with manufacturers also have helped to unlock a wider range of composition colors and styles, giving you maximum flexibility in how you’d like your composition roof to look.

Features & Benefits

Resilient Against Weather Conditions

Lifespan of 20-30 years

Competitively Priced

Increased ROI on your Home

Customizable Design

Installed by Experts

Top-quality Composite Shingles

Energy Savings Year-round

One of the great things about a composition roof is that you don’t need to sacrifice style as you benefit from the lower cost of material. Our roofing experts can guide you through the different colors and arrangements for your composition roof replacement. We offer many shingle options through Owens Corning’s vast inventory of products and can

Frequently Asked Questions

If you’re wondering about the durability of asphalt shingles, you can essentially get 80% to 85% of your roof’s expected lifespan if your shingle roofing is installed and vented properly. In terms of actual duration, that would mean having around 25 to 30 years of asphalt shingle roofing without any issue.

The cost of your new composite roof depends on several factors. The size (total square footage), slope, type of material, and style that you select will all have an effect on the cost of a composition roof. Our experienced roofing pros at Asset Roofing Co are able to provide you with a free and thorough estimate in about an hour, giving you everything needed to make the best choice for your family and home.

While there are always intrepid DIY-er’s ready for a new project to take on, it is highly encouraged that you hire a professional, licensed, bonded, and insured roofing contractor. Working on a roof is a trade that requires a high level of expertise and skill in order to be done well. By using a professional, you ensure that your new roof will be installed correctly, efficiently, and will last for the maximum amount of time possible.

At Asset Roofing Co, all of our roofing professionals are full-time and highly trained. Every roofing crew is supervised by a foreman who verifies that the installation process goes smoothly. We also staff a dedicated project manager for each roofing job who will handle all the logistics of your composition roofing installation from start to finish.

One person’s trash is another person’s treasure. Unfortunately, the opposite is true as well!

Choosing a color for your roof absolutely will have an impact on the resale value of your home. It’s quite similar to walking into a home with polarizing colors on the walls; some will love it, but many will have a reaction to it. To avoid prospective buyers having a negative reaction to the coloration on your roof, you should opt for a neutral color. 

Neutral and darker-colored shingles generally tend to be more appealing to buyers. When you’re deciding on a color, consider how you might coordinate the shingles with the siding, gutters, and trim on your home for a cohesive look. And when in doubt, ask one of our talented roofing experts.

Yes, the color of your roof can affect the temperature inside your home, but there are several ways to blunt or negate this effect altogether. 

Even when the outdoor temperature is 70 degrees, a darker-colored shingle tends to absorb heat and transfer it into the attic and rooms below at a higher temperature. To combat this, you can select a lighter-colored shingle that can potentially reduce the heat absorption of your roof. Thus, the temperature will be lowered and lead to a greater energy efficiency as a whole.

In order to maximize the effectiveness of this strategy, you will need to ensure that your attic is properly insulated and has good airflow. Proper ventilation in the attic enables constant airflow, which greatly benefits the efficiency of your home’s heating and cooling system and prevents the formation of mold and mildew due to moisture buildup. 

Proper insulation in the attic works in tandem with your roof to create a system that protects your home, inside and out. Most single-family homes in the Pacific Northwest do not have nearly enough insulation, according to the Department of Energy’s standards. Asset Roofing Co is able to assist with the removal and replacement of attic insulation as well as augmenting your existing insulation. By upgrading the insulation in your attic with fresh blown-in insulation, your entire roof system will be functioning at top levels.

Your choice of shingle brand absolutely has a bearing on the performance of your composite roof. Of course, there are many different brands of shingles on the market, each offering a wide range of quality levels that are suited for various climates and roof pitches. 

In the Pacific Northwest, it’s much more likely that your home will experience heavy rain and strong winds than in most other parts of the country, so it is important to select a shingle brand that’s designed with our unique climate needs in mind. At Asset Roofing Co, we often recommend Owens Corning Duration Series shingles, which are specifically designed for the Northwest. These shingles feature three layers of material protection and patented SureNail Technology, providing superior wind resistance (up to 135 mph) and stopping power. There are certainly other options for shingles, but these in particular help ensure that your Pacific Northwest home is well-protected for many seasons and years to come.

In simple terms, yes. “Fiberglass” and “asphalt” shingles are fundamentally made up of the same type of roofing material. Fiberglass is used to provide strength and support to the shingle, while asphalt is used to make the shingle waterproof and resistant to water. You may see these terms used interchangeably in the roofing industry, but they all often refer to the same product. If you have specific questions about a material type, be sure to ask one of our roofing experts.

You already know about composite, composition, asphalt, laminate, and fiberglass shingles, but there are two other main types of shingles available on the market today: three-tab and luxury shingles

Three-tab shingles have what’s described as a “pumpkin-tooth” design and are significantly thinner than architectural shingles, consisting of just one layer of material. This makes them much more vulnerable to damage and blow-off during high winds and inclement weather. 

Luxury shingles are the heaviest and thickest option. Their heightened durability also makes them innately more expensive and heavier to install. In the Pacific Northwest, we have witnessed a shift away from luxury shingles in favor of more cost-effective and technologically advanced architectural shingles. 

You can be sure that the shingles on your roof will be perfectly tailored to your needs and offer the best lifespan possible in your budget.

Some homeowners believe their choice of roof color contributes to the roofing system’s longevity. Light-colored asphalt shingle roofs, for instance, tend to reflect the sun’s rays, protecting the roof from the adverse effects of heat. Dark-colored roofs, on the other hand, absorb sunlight. While both color types last, as long as the roof is well-maintained, there are other benefits to choosing lighter-hued shingles. If your home is in a state or city that’s hot most times of the year, light colors help keep the roof and home interiors cool and save on air conditioning costs.

The instant answer to this question is “no.” Placing new shingles over the old ones will only add to the weight of the roof unnecessarily. If it’s time to replace your asphalt shingle roofing, remove the entire old roof and go on from there.

Learn More About Our Asphalt Shingle Roofing Service in Snohomish

Asset Roofing and Gutters is a reliable asphalt shingle roofer in WA. Our team installs shingle, standing seam metal roofs, and PVC roofs for homes and commercial properties. These roofing systems are fire- and wind-resistant. You can always find a perfect roofing material or type here based on your budget, preferred aesthetics, and needs.

Call Asset Roofing and Gutters at 425-426-2755 now for quality and safe asphalt shingle roofing installation in Snohomish, WA.

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