Seattle Roofer Launches New Website, Enhanced Services

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SEATTLE, Wash., March 31, 2015 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Eco Roof Service, a locally owned business that features environmentally friendly materials and practices, launched a new, expanded website this week at

"Spring is the perfect time to think about repairing or replacing your roof," said Eco Roof Service manager Aaron Zarling, "and our new website makes it easy for people to see what we offer and to get quick estimates, via phone, e-mail, or mobile devices. In addition," Zarling said, "we have a new online application form for prospective employees, designed to help us recruit qualified workers to keep up with our expanding demand."

Eco Roof Service is a preferred contractor for Owens Corning, and also partners with Certain-Teed, both longtime industry leaders in roofing materials.

"This gives our customers access to the most advanced and long-lived new shingle materials," Zarling said. "One of our latest advances is an app that allows customers to picture exactly what a type and color of shingle will look like on their particular roof."

A Green Company:
Eco Roof Services is proud to be a green company, which uses environmentally friendly products and recycles old roof materials. "When you get a new roof," Zarling said, "we recycle the old roof shingles into highway asphalt. This is a program run by Owens Corning, which repurposes 900,000 tons per year of shingles, enough to create an estimated 11,250 miles of a 2-lane highway. So, you may be literally driving on your old roof!"

A special feature on the website is an online chat service, and if customers chat by phone or online on Tuesdays, Eco Roof Services offers $500 off their new roof installation.

What do customers say about Eco Roof Services? The website features testimonials and a Super Service Award from Angie's List for 2014.

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