Lynnwood Roofing Contractors
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Lynnwood is the 4th most populated city in Snohomish County, but the favorite in our hearts! We see it as the perfect blend between a small and a large Hablamos which is located right in the crossroads of bedroom communities – suburban and urban. Many families and working professionals live in our city and that is our perfect roofing client. Lynnwood, being known for its shopping and wonderful growing companies makes our Lynnwood roofing establishment fit right in. Let’s look at the reasons for you to choose MCS Roofing as your local Lynnwood Roofing Contractors.
We are conveniently located in Lynnwood at the junction of I-5 and 405 and will travel to your location. Call today for a FREE consultation 425.224.7277. Understand the true price of a new roof and how it can benefit your home aesthetically and functionally. We are proud of our work and reputation and hope to have the chance to serve you.
Local Lynnwood Roofing company you can Trust
There are so many things to consider when you’re thinking about getting a new roof, such as the integrity of the people at your home during the construction process. Roofing can be a big job and we’ll potentially have access to your yard and attic.
For this reason trust can play a major factor in your choice of a Lynnwood Roofers Contractor. At MCS Roofing we care deeply about our relationship with you and we hope it lasts long after your new roof!
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WHY MCS ROOFING LYNNWOOD ROOFERS WA
Support Local Business
When you call our roofing company you can be sure the person on the other end of the phone is a proud member of the local Lynnwood community just like you. By supporting our company you’re keeping money in the community and supporting a local roofing business. Like the Artesian Well; our Lynnwood Roofing Company continues to pour back into the community. Thanks for your support!
We know a roof isn’t a project you expect to do every month so let’s do it right! We use all the latest techniques and highest quality materials. Our Lynnwood roofers have been around and we’re not short on experience either. You’ll get a lifetime warranty on the product and our craftsmanship! That’s right, LIFETIME! Check out the details of our warranty right HERE.Manufacturer’s specifications with a huge warranty!
Our philosophy is all about you and your happiness. If you’re not happy, we’re not done. Roofing is an industry where referrals and testimonials play a huge part in securing business. We totally understand you need to have all your needs taken care of so you feel comfortable in your home and proud of the new roof. We hope that pride flows over to your neighbors and friends. Now you know our entire strategy! Call us: 425-224-7277
How long does it take to Re-roof a Home?
Can MCS Roof in the Rain?
We don’t tear off in the rain as it will lead to exposed attic and would obviously cause damage, but it’s necessary to hit weather windows to protect your home. For this reason roofers will sometimes install shingles in the rain if the roof is torn off and sealed. Ideally, we would all roof in sunny and blue skies, but we live in Seattle so it’s not always the case.
What kind of warranty does MCS have?
We are proud to offer a full lifetime warranty on our craftsmanship. We believe our workmanship will outlast the roofing shingles! We also allow our warranty to be transferred to a new owner! View our sample warranty HERE.
How does MCS protect my Flowers and Shrubbery?
How do I know when it’s time to replace my roof?
Cracks – Horizontal or vertical cracks in the tiles are bad news and that means you’re getting close to replacement.
Granular loss – Granules are baked on the shingles to protect from the sun’s rays. This means the UV will break the fiberglass and asphalt down when it’s not deflected. If your shingles are shedding granules it’s probably time for a new roof.
Cedar Shakes – These wood roofs have small “slits” in between the shingles called keyways. The top of the keyway is about 20” up a 24” long shingle and starts off relatively thin. When this wears through it’s time to replace.