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Guardian Roofing to Assist Camp Curran Youth Camp with Roofing Needs Community Outreach Program Will Result In New Roofing For Local Youth Camp SEATTLE, WA, October 04, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ — Guardian Roofing, a Seattle-based home service provider, was recently awarded the contract to help restore and repair Camp Curran’s roof system. As part of its […]
Here at Guardian it is our mission to provide the best customer service possible. Part of that customer service includes keeping our clients informed on how they can best protect their roofs from the harsh winter months. Here are our top three tips on how small changes can prevent big problems: 1. Keep your roof […]
GUARDIAN’S ROOF PROTECTION PLAN Guardian’s Roof Protection Plan features an annual inspection and roof/gutter cleaning program. This will extend the life of your roof and keep your family safe & dry. ONLY $399 plus tax Click to Call & Receive More Information 877.926.9966 This month’s featured review: “Travis is a true professional and has […]
Roofing In Seattle Washington Area is Rewarding With its Share Of Obstacles Making sure that you are able to keep your Seattle roof in good condition is very critical when it comes to ensuring that your home is able to stay in good shape all the time. Your roofing system is a vital part of […]
Any roof leak is bad news, but flat roof leaks are down right nasty. Because of the low slope on the roof, water that gets past the roof can go just about anywhere. In this case, not showing up immediately in the home led to seepage that was allowed to rot out the sub structure […]
Guardian Roofing was called to diagnose a flat roof leak. While inspecting we found water trapped in between two roofs. This created a waving effect. Not only did this demonstrate that the top layer was not keeping water out, but it also showed that the roof was not fully adhered when installed.