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Which Roof Type, Flat or Pitched, is Best for the Pacific Northwest?

Homeowners for over a decade or looking to build a new home from scratch within the Pacific Northwest region, there are plenty of critical decisions that have to be considered before jumping into such a task.  As with any building, the roof is vital to its health, safety and structural integrity. Because roofs have such

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Planning

Spring Cleaning the Roof Checklist

As the weather starts to shift from rainy and windy to warm with a nice breeze and the trees beginning to bloom, families begin migrating outside to take advantage of the season. With more time spent outside than in, spring cleaning checklists start developing and the yard sales, donations and makeovers begin. At Integrity Roofing,

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Planning

How to prepare your home for a new roof

A new roof is both one of your home’s largest expenses as well as one of its greatest, most valuable assets. There are ways to protect your home during roof installation that help bring even greater return on the investment of a new roof.  #1 Move Cars away from home & driveway:  Sounds simple but

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Planning

Our top 5 questions to ask a roofing contractor

Getting roofing replaced or repairs done can be difficult. After all, your home is your most significant investment you want done right. Our top 5 questions to ask a roofing contractor: 1. Are they licensed & insured roofing contractor? Washington State has a website where you can input a contractor’s license number and check their

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Planning

How Can Insulation Extend the Life of a Roof?

Trapped heat and moisture in the attic can jeopardize the performance of a new roof. Improper Insulation can cause: Condensation: Any water vapor in the warm attic air will rise until it reaches the coldroof deck area at which point it cools and condenses back to a liquid form, causing: Wet wood/sagging roof deck Potential

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Community

Our Safety Steps

Crew members face safety hazards on a roof. We believe in protecting of staff and full compliance set forth by Department of Labor & Industries (L&I), we perform randomized on site safety checks by administration, weekly safety meetings, on site safety checklists filled out by fully trained Foremen with CPR and fall safety education courses

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