The Rainshield Team has many years of experience and will work closely with you to restore or replace your roof and to answer all your questions from start to finish. The job is not finished until you are satisfied. We believe that quality workmanship and customer service are essential parts of any repair or remodeling task. Like you, we care about value and durability, so we offer trusted roofing products from leading manufacturers such as Certainteed.
Here are some of the Roofing Products we install:
Metal roofs are durable, fire retardant and almost maintenance-free. But metal roofs can also be made to resemble wood shakes, clay tiles, shingles, and Victorian metal tiles. Aluminum or coated steel is formed into individual shingles or tiles, or into modular panels four feet long that mimic a row of shingles or tiles.
Wood shakes offer a natural look with a lot of character. Because of variations like color, width, thickness, or cut of the wood, no two shake roofs will ever be the same. We’ve been installing cedar shake roofs for years in the pacific northwest including Mount Vernon, Everett, and Bellingham.
Composition shingles are a good choice for a clean look at an affordable price. Higher-quality versions made from asphalt or fiberglass shingles offer a more durable choice and may be available with recycled content. Composition roofing materials come in a large selection of types, brands and colors. They adapt easily to different applications because of their versatility. They are relatively easy to install, and in some applications can be nailed in place over an existing roof. They require low maintenance. Most brands offer Class A fire protection.
Membrane roofing is used on flat or low sloped roofs. PVC roofing is single ply roofing, which means it consists of one layer manufactured in a factory. A PVC roofing membrane is made of thick, flexible, UV-resistant thermoplastic material. The thickness of the roofing membrane varies by manufacturer. PVC roofing can be made to fit nearly any flat roof shape, and is considered a fire safe material. Although white is a common color since it reflects the sun’s heat, different colors are available.