Roof Repair 101 – Steps to Contract an Edmonton Roofer

Roof Repair Edmonton, Stony Plain, Spruce Grove, Fort Saskatchewan, St Albert, Sherwood Park, Leduc, Nisku, Beaumont, Edson, Drayton Valley, Camrose, Wetaskiwin and many more rural areas and towns in Central and Northern Alberta. [Note to reader: This article is a local Edmonton, Alberta adaptation of an article I originally wrote and published to our national roof repair blog. I have adapted the article specific to roof repairs in Edmonton considering the local weather and climate and how our local climate affects roofing material, install, and venting decisions.]

How to Contract a Roofer for Roofing Repair in Edmonton, Alberta.

A little about my roofing background first. I began my roofing career in Alberta about ten years ago. Over the last ten years I have managed crews on commercial and residential for flat roofing, steep pitch and industrial metal roofing from Vancouver to Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon, Regina to Toronto. After managing roofers on thousands of roof repairs and various types of work sites all over Canada I can confidently provide you with the key steps of preparation you should engage before hiring your roofing contractor of choice. Hiring an Edmonton roofer for roof repair requires the following steps: Is Your Leaky Edmonton Roofing Repair a Real Emergency or Can it Wait Until the Next Day? The only reason you want to call a roof repair contractor in the evening or on weekends is if it is a real serious emergency. Emergency evening and weekend roof repairs can be expensive and in many instances the leak can't be stopped anyway in the dark or when the roof is too wet. Most roof leaks can wait to be assessed until the next day. But of course, some cannot. We respond to emergency roof repairs for public buildings like commercial businesses (such as restaurants and retail stores), for industrial and manufacturing facilities, for buildings that have lots of computer servers and equipment and that sort of thing. Specific to the Edmonton area we attend to many emergency roofing calls for ice damming, snow loads, and flash rain storms. Roof ice dams can cause a risk to the public if the ice dams are causing ice to fall to the sidewalk for example. Also ice dams can destroy roof systems and cause significant leaks. Snow loads, if excessive, can cause flat roofs and low slope metal roofing to collapse. And flash rain storms can cause flat roofs to collapse (if drains are plugged) and high winds can topple trees on to roofs and lift whole sections of pitched and flat roofing systems. During the roof snow load emergency events in Edmonton the winter of 2011 we responded to many collapsed roofs and buildings that were about to collapse from snow and ice loads.
Emergency, Roof Repair
Edmonton Emergency Roof Service, Metal Roof, Spot Repairs, Industrial
What Type of Building is Your Roof On? Commercial, Residential, Industrial or Institutional? The reason the type of building is important is because not all roofing contractors are experienced with the roof membranes or materials that are commonly used on different types of buildings. Also, and of serious importance, not all roofing contractors and their roofers are familiar with the fine details of working in an industrial environment (for example). Choosing a roofing company that is set up for industrial work (for example) or whatever type of building you have will go a long way to achieving a smooth and successful work completion.
Commercial Roofing
Installing a commercial roof - be sure to hire a roofing company familiar with your type of building.
Is Your Roof Low Slope Metal, a Flat Roof or Steep Pitch Residential? After you have established if the work is an emergency or not, you have identified what type of building they will be working on, then the next step is to determine what category of roof type they will be fixing. The three main types or categories of roof systems are steep slope (such as shingles, cedar, tile, metal etc), low slope membranes or low slope industrial or commercial metal roofs. Identifying which category your system falls in to will really help you with communicating with and identifying contractors that fix roofing with that specific type of work.
EPDM, Roof
Inspecting an EPDM Ballast Roof for pricing preparation.
You Need to Know What Kind of Material is on Your Roof. If there is a place most homeowners or business owners (even professional buyers) make a mistake when choosing and contracting a roofing company is at this step. You want to know specifically what kind of roof material you have because you need to confirm and verify that the company you are hiring is an expert with that specific material. Not all low slope roofing materials are alike. The same applies to steep pitch and standing seam metal roof systems. Flat roof membranes installed in the Edmonton area are typically one of the following: Tar and Gravel (Built up - the one with small pea gravel on top - not river rock size FYI, if larger like river rock that means it is ballasted), SBS Modified (Torch On - many people describe it as rolls with shingle type material on top - granules - it comes in many colors but is most often grey), TPO (Thermal Plastic - it's kind of like a rain coat material and typically white but not always), PVC (Poly Vinyl - it looks like TPO), EPDM (rubber membrane rolls typically black), Liquid Applied Rubberized Asphalt, or a coating such as Liquid Rubber. Steep pitch roofs are typically: shingles, cedar, pine, metal shingles, metal panels (standing seam or not), concrete or clay tile, composite plastic tile, rubber tile or many other. Low slope metal roofs are normally found on commercial and especially industrial buildings. They are typically one of three types or categories... agricultural grade (non locking with exposed fasteners), snap lock type or standing seam of one form or another. The above are simplified lists of available roofing material types but it should give you an idea of how to start the conversation with each company you call if you don't already know specifically what type of material is on your roof.
Roof Hatch, Curb, Roof, Tar
Curb and Hatch Retro-Fit in Edmonton on Tar and Gravel Commercial Roof.
Your Goal Should be to get Pricing for All Options Available for Your Specific Type of Roof Material (be it for temporary fixes, maintenance, replacement or a recover). At this point in your search for the right roofer, you want to task any companies pricing the work to provide you all the possible options for fixing the roof or replacement for your specific material  and building type. Request all options available in writing. Get details. Get pricing for each method and type of material. And most importantly, get the pros and cons of repairing or replacing your system for each method. Even if you are simply getting pricing for renovation work such as drains, curbs, metal parapet flashing, mechanical repairs or a roof hatch it is important to get options for pricing. Here's an example.... EPDM can be installed as fully adhered, mechanically fastened and ballasted. It can be inverted or not. The membrane itself typically comes in 45 mil and 60 mil thickness. The insulation can be sloped or not. The insulation can be different types of insulation and different manufacturers, as with the vapor barrier. Different systems and products have different warranties. And contractors have different workmanship guarantees. So in this example, not all EPDM roofs are equal - it depends on a number of factors. Just like a car is not a car or an SUV is not the same as all SUV's. A flat roof is custom designed and installed for your building, objectives and climate - at least it should be.
Knowing what I know about roofing and assuming I live in Edmonton, here are some of the specific pitfalls I would avoid.
  • Spray Foam (SPF) Roofing Installed Over an Existing Tar and Gravel Roof (or metal or whatever). The reason you need to be cautious about this is that many of the spray foam contractors are not from the roofing industry and many do not understand generally acceptable roofing principles (roofing is a red seal trade). We install spray foam as an option for our customers also, but we know that to do the job right costs real money - there is no shortcut. So the idea that spray foam (SPF) is cheaper than other membrane methods is simply not true (if done in accordance to acceptable standards for our climate). Spray foam can be a fantastic product if done correctly - if the right materials are used and the right thickness of coating over the spray foam is applied.
  • Metal Roofing Will Last Forever. Well, maybe it will last your lifetime. But did you check to see if it may leak? Actually, what it does is condensate (science is on my side there). So if it is a low slope or even moderate slope I would think real hard before installing a metal system. You will want to be sure it is as steep as possible, that the panels are locked properly, and that the installer knows what he or she is doing because there is no fixing a bad metal roof install. Also, don't fall in to the trap of the sales pitch from the manufacturer that says you need to buy their metal panel package and then get an installer - often big mistake. I take calls weekly with people that have bought a standing seam metal panel package and no qualified installer. A qualified standing seam metal crew worth any amount of weight is booked at least many months in advance - which often leaves people stranded if you want your standing seam metal installed this year if you didn't book a crew.
  • Edmonton is Cold - Use Caution. Expansion and contraction with flat roof systems is massive in Edmonton. If you have spray foam installed over a flat roof that has a coating that isn't installed properly (or not thick enough) the coating will crack and peel and water will get in and run between the spray foam and the original roof. You may then have to rip up the old system you covered and the new spray foam system and start all over. Or, if you are coating metal remember that we have more cold days than hot. Do you really think a white or reflective coating in Edmonton can achieve a net efficiency benefit to your building? Highly improbable.
  • Spot Repairs on Low Slope Metal Roofs Should Work? No. Very unlikely. You need to either replace it or do a coating over the whole roof. Why? Because water runs and it will find the path of least resistance. You can try spot repairs but don't be surprised if they don't work is all I'm trying to say.
  • With Shingles Spend the Money on Ice and Water Membrane and Proper Ventilation. Edmonton ice damming on roofs can destroy a home. Why not put a little more money in to your work and do it properly and protect your home? Ice and water should be at least one row but preferably two rows at the eaves. Ice and water shield membrane should also be in the valleys. And ventilation should be calculated and installed properly allowing for proper intake at the soffits and exhaust at the ridge. Ridge vents are the best for this.
  • Flat Roof Deck Membranes. Be cautious to get a good rooftop patio membrane that is suitable for use for foot traffic and as a low slope waterproofing membrane over a heated living space. Dectec is an excellent product for this because you do not need to add a floating deck on top of the roof membrane. Torch on is also good but it has granules so it isn't nice to walk on in bare feet so people end up having to construct a deck on top of the membrane which can cause problems.
  • Should my Low Slope Roof Membrane be White or Black? Unequivocally it should be black in Edmonton. DO NOT buy in to the marketing coming out of the United States - it does not apply to colder climates like Edmonton, Alberta. You do not want to reflect the heat from the building in 99 out of 100 instances. There are more cold days than warm days in Edmonton. Also, white roof membranes are proven to condensate in cold climates (Google search the topic).
  • Know What You Are Buying. We see this all the time. We quote a job and the customer gets two other quotes. The customer comes back to us during the quoting process and says, "but your price is 30% more, boy you guys are expensive". Well, not necessarily - in fact, I know we're not more expensive because the quality contractor that includes a specification for workmanship will last is actually more often than not operating at a lower margin but investing in long term success - in other words, less return trips. So with lower return service trips the quality contractor operating at a lower margin to start with, is actually doing better over the long run. Check the specifications closely - ask us to help and you will find that good value is always found with the quality contractor - always. You just have to discover why.
I will stop there because this article could be a book in length if I continue.
Roof Ponding, Tar and Gravel
Tar and Gravel Roof Ponding.
What are Your Main Objectives With Hiring a Roofing Contractor to do the Work? Your objectives are very important because the solutions for those objectives will determine the direction of discussions and quoting process. The scope of work for your project is directly linked to your objectives (or should be anyway). You need to communicate those objectives to your roofing contractor. It may be that you are keeping the building as a long term investment or not. Or it may be that you are looking for the least costly way just to get you through for the time being. Or, in many instances we are called for mortgage requirements or insurance purposes. Whatever it is, be sure it is clear because that will direct your contractor in the process of designing a specification that is appropriate to your needs.
Roof Deck, Roof Sheathing, Repair
Flat Roof in Edmonton Needing Sheathing Replaced for Rot.
Due Diligence Checking out residential contractors is really important if they haven't been around for a number of years because it is so easy to get a ladder, hammer and call yourself a contractor. The best advice I can give there is that if they have been around five years or more you are likely in good hands. Be cautious of the review sites because they can be "gamed". Just because contractor A has 200 good reviews and contractor B has none doesn't mean a thing. Contractor B may be booked all the time and couldn't be bothered. On the industrial and commercial side of the industry I wouldn't be as concerned. Commercial contractors have to invest significant money and run larger overheads etc. If a commercial contractor has been around for more than five years chances are they will be around for decades and you are in good hands more often than not. It is very unusual for us to run in to a commercial contractor that has been around for years that isn't doing right by their customer.
Rooftop Deck, Patio, Membrane
Low Slope Deck Membrane about to be installed on patio.
Conclusion Hiring the right contractor for your specific goals and needs is paramount to a successful experience. Follow the checklist above and it should provide a decent framework for you to hire properly. We do repairs, maintenance and replacements with every type of residential and commercial or industrial building. We also have expert experience in all methods, specifications and materials in the business. We hire the best roofers in the business (Journeyman Red Seal) and we are dedicated to the best workmanship and back it up with a lifetime workmanship guarantee. If you need any advice or if you have any questions email or call us local in Edmonton at 1.780.424.7663 or complete our online submission form. Call our 24 hour call center anytime to request a quote or roof inspection or visit our local Edmonton Roofing Repair website. I wish you the best with your project! Tyler Sinclair. Below is a video / slide show recapping the important steps to contracting a roofer in Edmonton, Alberta. Contact Us Call our 24 hour emergency roof repair at 1.780.424.7663. Mail to: 3428 99 Street NW Edmonton, Alberta T6E-5X5. We service all of Alberta including Edmonton, Stony Plain, Spruce Grove, Fort Saskatchewan, St Albert, Sherwood Park, Leduc, Nisku, Beaumont, Lac La Biche, Grande Prairie, High Level, Westlock, Slave Lake, Edson, Drayton Valley, Devon, Camrose, Wetaskiwin, Tofield, Lamont, Morinville, Vegreville, Tofield, Millet, Calmar, Evansburg, Redwater, Onaway, Viking, Athabasca, High Prairie, Valleyview, Fairview, Peace River, Whitecourt, Mayerthorpe and many more rural areas and towns.  

Edmonton Commercial Roofing Photo Gallery

Photo Gallery of Edmonton Commercial Roofing Project Roof Load. EPDM Ballasted Roof Replacement.
Edmonton Commercial Roofing
Edmonton Commercial Roofing - Loading EPDM to rooftop.
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Edmonton Roof Repair – Weather Forecast Favorable for Re-Roofing

Today's Forecast... Fix Your Roof Leaks. Get Your Edmonton Roof Repair or Re-Roofing Done Now!

Edmonton Roof Repair - Weather Forecast Favorable! The weather in Edmonton lately has had our roof repair crews start and stop and start and top numerous times a day. June is a rain month in Alberta so we should have expected that. Update: 1:50 PM Weather Update. Well, just checked the radar for our roofing crews and there may be a shower around 2:30 this afternoon and there is a high probability of a good rain shower between 7:30 - 9:00 tonight. So important to button up those re-roofs before it rains!
Edmonton Roof Repair - Weather Radar Update 150 PM
Edmonton Roof Repair - Weather Radar Update 150 PM
This morning's radar says it's a favorable day to get those roof repairs done.
Hopefully by the time I click publish to this post and check the radar the rain clouds aren't moving in. According to The Weather Network, the average monthly rainfall in Edmonton is 59 mm and precipitation is 71 mm (I'll have to research what the difference is when I get a moment sometime). I just checked CTV Edmonton website and CTV Edmonton Chief Meteorologist Josh Classen's forecast for the week is perfect for roof repairs. You can follow him on twitter: @joshclassenCTV Below is the radar from Weather Network screen shot up to 2:00 PM today.
Edmonton Roof Repair, Weather
Edmonton Roof Repair - No Rain in Weather Forecast Today
http://www.theweathernetwork.com/weather/canada/alberta/edmonton?wx_auto_reload=forecasts:%20city%20page:%20auto%20refresh So, if you have roof repairs to do it's time to get on them and get your roof leaks fixed. If you need our help call us anytime at 1.780.424.7663. We repair and replace residential, commercial and industrial roofing systems in Edmonton and area. Flat roofs, shingles, tile, cedar, metal and all other roof systems. All the best! Tyler Sinclair   CONTACT US Call our 24 Hour Emergency Roof Repair at 1.780.424.7663. Mail to: 3428 99 Street NW Edmonton, Alberta T6E-5X5. For all other areas of Canada call 1.877.497.3528 Toll Free. We service all of Alberta including Edmonton, Stony Plain, Spruce Grove, Fort Saskatchewan, St Albert, Sherwood Park, Leduc, Nisku, Beaumont, Lac La Biche, Grande Prairie, High Level, Westlock, Slave Lake, Edson, Drayton Valley, Devon, Camrose, Wetaskiwin, Tofield, Lamont, Morinville, Vegreville, Tofield, Millet, Calmar, Evansburg, Redwater, Onaway, Viking, Athabasca, High Prairie, Valleyview, Fairview, Peace River, Whitecourt, Mayerthorpe and many more rural areas and towns.  

Roof Canopy Reconstruction Edmonton June 3 2015

Roof Canopy Reconstruction Edmonton, Alberta. Flat Roof. Tar and Gravel. Multi-Family.

Below is a continuation report from our Tar and Gravel Roof Repair blog entry on May 31, 2015. The continuation below describes the reconstruction of the front entry door roof canopy of the condo that the crew was working on. April 30, 2015: Roofing crew attends to location for reconstruction of the entry canopy. Location: 10315 113 Street NW Edmonton, Alberta. Type of Property: Multi Family.
We arrived at 7:30 am and filled out safety documentation and conducted our tool box safety site meeting. We had 2 different scopes of work to do to finish work on this building. The first scope consists of re-installing the metal flashing on perimeter the perimeter of the tar and gravel flat roof. The scope of work consists of overlapping the existing metal flashing that was on the building and fastening the end of each piece of flashing. The second scope was the reconstruction of the entry door roof canopy and installation of the waterproofing flat roof membrane material. The old tar and gravel membrane had been removed prior. Today we started by ripping off the old rotten plywood and 2" x 6" 's. We then framed in some new 2"x 6" 's to replace the old rotten joists pieces. We then used 2" x 4" 's to make a lever and push up on the front left corner to bring it up level with the rest of canopy. Raised it up roughly 3 inches. When the other guys finished up installing metal on the flat roof they started helping us with the remaining work on the front entry. At this point the canopy was up to level and had new trusses installed. We installed new 1/2" plywood sheathing on top of the trusses and screwed it all down for a secure substrate. We then fabricated a new cant flashing and installed all new cant around the left hand side and left front of the canopy. The next step was to install the FR board (which is a roof board with the base sheet SBS modified attached to it at the factory) on top of the plywood and screwed it down. We then had to stop due to rain and the site was set-off for completion. The crew will finish off the installation of the 2 ply SBS modified torch-on roof membrane tomorrow (including base striping, SBS cap sheet install and putting the metal flashing back on). There are roughly 5 hours of work left to complete. MATERIALS USED. 2 - 4' x 8' sheets of plywood. 3 - 2" × 6" 8 ' pieces. Wood screws. 2 - sheets of FR board (SBS modified base membrane with roof board attached). 4 - 2"×4" 8' pieces for the cant flashing.
Roof Canopy Reconstruction Edmonton June 3 2015
Roof Canopy Reconstruction Edmonton June 3 2015
New trusses installed for canopy flat roof.
New trusses installed for canopy flat roof.
New sheathing installed for canopy flat roof.
New sheathing installed for canopy flat roof.
Mechanically fastening FR base board (SBS)
Mechanically fastening FR base board (SBS)
First layer of 2 ply SBS modified installed.
First layer of 2 ply SBS modified installed.
Rotten roof sheathing (substrate)
Rotten roof sheathing (substrate)
Rotten roof joist due to moisture ingress.
Rotten roof joist due to moisture ingress.
  Other Photos: To be continued... < End of report > Call our 24 hour emergency roof repair at 1.780.424.7663. Mail to: 3428 99 Street NW Edmonton, Alberta T6E-5X5. We service all of Alberta including Edmonton, Stony Plain, Spruce Grove, Fort Saskatchewan, St Albert, Sherwood Park, Leduc, Nisku, Beaumont, Lac La Biche, Grande Prairie, High Level, Westlock, Slave Lake, Edson, Drayton Valley, Devon, Camrose, Wetaskiwin, Tofield, Lamont, Morinville, Vegreville, Tofield, Millet, Calmar, Evansburg, Redwater, Onaway, Viking, Athabasca, High Prairie, Valleyview, Fairview, Peace River, Whitecourt, Mayerthorpe and many more rural areas and towns.

EPDM Roof Repair in Fort Saskatchewan, May 28 2015.

Article: EPDM Roof Repair Fort Saskatchewan, Flat Roof Commercial Building.

March 26, 2015: Initial Inquiry is Received.
Good Morning, I have a commercial building in Fort Saskatchewan that has a leak in their pharmacy area, can we have someone go repair this asap? Please advise Thank you,
March 29, 2015: Inspection of Roof and Roof Report Completed by Journeyman Superintendent. 
Roof Type: EPDM Ballast, Flat Roof, Commercial.
This customer with a commercial building is experiencing two leaks in the roof. Both of the roof leaks seem to be around the drains or units. It will be hard to locate the leaks. My recommendation is for the repairs to estimated on an hourly rate dispatch for this job because it could take 3 hours or it could take 20 hours - it is hard to say without shoveling back the ballast rock and therefore being able to inspect the EPDM roof membrane.
Some photos of the original roof inspection are below.
EPDM Roof Repair Unit one
EPDM Roof Repair Unit 1
EPDM Roof Repair Unit
EPDM Roof Repair Unit
EPDM Roof Repair Long Shot
EPDM Roof Repair Long Shot
EPDM Roof Repair Drain Work
EPDM Roof Repair Drain Work
EPDM Roof Repair Drain
EPDM Roof Repair Drain
  April 7, 2015: Flat Roof Crew Attends to Commercial Roof to do EPDM Roof Repairs.
Today we fixed three leaks. The first leak was along the north wall of the roof. We pin-pointed the leak to a curb and a make-up air-unit which were both beside each other. We found numerous cracks in the EPDM. We fixed them with EPDM form flash. Leak two was above the pharmacy are of the building on the west wall. I found a corner that had a puncture in so we cleaned it and and installed a corner patch. Leak three was located to be at the center of the roof. After measuring it out we pin-pointed it to a air unit. And then at another area I shoveled back the gravel and cleaned and inspected the area and I found a lap of the EPDM that had a large fish-mouth in the lap which was the cause of that leak. I repaired it with cover strip.
EPDM Roof Repair Fort Saskatchewan Photos:
EDPM Fort Saskatchewan Leak Point
EDPM Fort Saskatchewan Leak Point
EPDM Roof Repair Fort Saskatchewan
EPDM Roof Repair Fort Saskatchewan
EPDM Repair
EPDM Repair
EDPM Leak Identified
EDPM Leak Identified
EPDM technician points out roof deficiency.
EPDM technician points out roof deficiency.
EDPM repair done at rooftop unit.
EDPM repair done at rooftop unit.
EPDM roof to be repaired.
EPDM roof to be repaired.
EPDM roof repair at rooftop unit.
EPDM roof repair at rooftop unit.
EPDM repair done on roof.
EPDM repair done on roof.
EPDM Repair
EPDM Repair.
  CONTACT US Call our 24 hour emergency roof repair at 1.780.424.7663. Mail to: 3428 99 Street NW Edmonton, Alberta T6E-5X5. We service all of Alberta including Edmonton, Stony Plain, Spruce Grove, Fort Saskatchewan, St Albert, Sherwood Park, Leduc, Nisku, Beaumont, Lac La Biche, Grande Prairie, High Level, Westlock, Slave Lake, Edson, Drayton Valley, Devon, Camrose, Wetaskiwin, Tofield, Lamont, Morinville, Vegreville, Tofield, Millet, Calmar, Evansburg, Redwater, Onaway, Viking, Athabasca, High Prairie, Valleyview, Fairview, Peace River, Whitecourt, Mayerthorpe and many more rural areas and towns.

Welcome to our Edmonton Roofing Service Blog!

For years we have been Edmonton roofing service and repair experts in central / northern Alberta and the Edmonton area. Our Edmonton roofing service and repair division staff thought it was time to start a blog dedicated specifically to our Edmonton and area roofing repairs. We will be posting weekly articles with photos and DIY information on roof repairs. We will include topics such as: flat roofing, commercial, metal, coatings, emergency roofing, industrial, rooftop decks, skylights, waterproofing, tile, shingles, cedar, gutters, snow and ice removal, residential and much more. If you have any questions about our services or about your roofing repairs call us anytime at 1.780.424.7664, email us at info@edmontonroofrepair.com or post a comment here on our blog.

For those wondering about our Edmonton roofing service and repair company and our accreditation, here are some highlights:

  • We employ inter-provincial red seal journeymen roofers. Roofing is a life long trade for us and as such we are experts that focus on quality.
  • Our company is a registered corporation with the province of Alberta.
  • We are licensed by the city of Edmonton.
  • We are registered with Alberta WCB and are in good standing.
  • We carry a 5,000,000.00 commercial liability insurance package.
  • We have open-flame hot work insurance coverage for torch-on flat roofing.
  • We are A+ rated Better Business Bureau roofers.
  • We have excellent references. We service many international companies, national companies, oil and gas, mining, real estate management companies and many more.
  • We repair, maintain and replace all roofing and exterior systems. Flat roofing, steep pitch, metal, coatings, rooftop decks and balconies, skylights, tile, shingle, cedar, roof snow and ice removal, eaves-trough, siding, soffit and fascia.
  • We service residential, commercial, industrial, institutional and agricultural.
  • We service all of Alberta including Stony Plain, Spruce Grove, Fort Saskatchewan, St Albert, Sherwood Park, Leduc, Nisku, Beaumont, Lac La Biche, Grande Prairie, High Level, Westlock, Slave Lake, Edson, Drayton Valley, Devon, Camrose, Wetaskiwin, Tofield, Lamont, Morinville, Vegreville, Tofield, Millet, Calmar, Evansburg, Redwater, Onaway, Viking, Athabasca, High Prairie, Valleyview, Fairview, Peace River, Whitecourt, Mayerthorpe and many more rural areas and towns.
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We look forward to reporting our daily activities on the roofs of Edmonton and area. We hope that you task us with your roof problems so we can help in anyway we can. Call us for 24 hour Edmonton roofing service and repair at 1.780.424.7664 or toll-free at 1.877.497.3528 or fill out our quick contact form here. Thank you. Tyler Sinclair, Staff Writer Contact Us