roof repair

SEATTLE, Wash., Sept. 22, 2015 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — “Late summer/early fall is the perfect time to check your roof for damaged shingles or possible areas of leakage,” said Aaron Zarling, manager of the King County-based Eco Roof Service. “A roof check (and potential repair or replacement) is especially important to do now, before the big rains set in. Even small leaks can lead to big damage – mold and rot – if they are not fixed in time,” he noted.

Eco Roof Service provides free inspections and estimates for local homeowners on both repairs and replacement.

“If your roof needs replacement, our Angie’s List special offer is the best deal you can find!” Zarling stated. A deposit of only $849 through Angie’s List will lock in our low price of $5,899, for a new roof with architectural shingles and a limited lifetime warranty.

Eco Roof uses only the finest roofing materials from Owens Corning and the latest technologies. “You’ll be amazed at the variety of colors and styles of shingles. You can use our new app to see in advance exactly how handsome your choices will look on your house,” Zarling commented.

An Angie’s List Super Service Provider:

Eco Roof Service received the Angie’s List Super Service Award in 2014. and prides itself in superior workmanship and service. “The ‘Eco’ in our name means that we are environmentally responsible; we recycle all of the old shingles and other materials that are removed from your roof. The recycled shingles are used to make highway asphalt,” Zarling said.

Eco Roof Service is also committed to using cutting-edge technologies, and is now investigating the use of drones for roof inspections.

For more info, contact Eco Roof online or call 1-800-391-6947 or visit:



Published on Tue, 22 Sep 2015

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