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Roofing Services Near Me
North Vancouver, BC


Vancouver Roofing Contractors Near Me
North Vancouver, BC

We have years of experience and stand by our promise to deliver quality superior workmanship. We ensure that you get a fair price for the work provided. There are no hidden costs.

Or Call: 778-773-3124

About us

We offer premium roofing solutions in Metro Vancouver and the Lower Mainland areas. We use the best roofing materials in our industry at reasonable prices. 

We have been in business for many years and know everything there is to know about roofs. We follow the Roofing Contractors Association of BC standards and have the proper insurance and have labour and material warranties on all our work. We do all types of roofing from asphalt shingles, metal roofs and torch-on roofing as well as roofing repair and maintenance for residential and commercial buildings.

We bring a customer friendly approach to getting your roof checked. If you roof needs to be repaired or replaced, we'll tell you.

Our Services

  • Shingle Roofing
  • Torch-On Roofing
  • Metal Roofing
  • Roof Maintenance
  • Roof Repair
  • Accessories

Why Choose Us

Always on time

We are always available to help. Pickup the phone and call us if you have questions that need answering. We take great pride in showing up on time and doing what we say we do.

Good Experience

We guarantee you will be 100% satisfied with the work. We have years of experience and stand by our promise to deliver superior quality workmanship every time.

Skilled Team

From the smallest project to the biggest, we take our work seriously. To us it's not just a job. It's your home and we think it should be treated with respect and care.

What our customers  have  to  say

Shane Melaugh

Competitive pricing... professional and courteous from the quoting process through to the clean-up. Very happy about all aspects of the job.

Rob W.
Gutter Replacement

or Call: 778-773-3124

600-1285 Broadway · Vancouver, BC V6H 3X8

We’ve heard them all, from exceeded deadlines to abandoned projects. In our years of experience we’re only had successful projects and satisfied customers.

Our secret?  We take pride in our work and treat each project with utmost respect.

City of North Vancouver Details:

The District of North Vancouver is close to downtown Vancouver and is connected to the North Shore by two bridges, the Lions’ Gate Bridge and the Ironworkers Memorial Second Narrows Crossing and the Sea bus passenger ferry. North Vancouver is surrounded on three sides by the District of North Vancouver. The District is bounded by the Capilano River to the west, Indian Arm to the east, Burrard Inlet to the south and the North Shore Mountains to the north. North Vancouver is known as the North Shore or North Van and offers stunning views overlooking Howe Sound, the Burrard Inlet and the coast mountains. Families are attracted to this location for the outdoor lifestyle and recreation that the North Shore is famous for. It is recognized as the unofficial world mountain biking capital; famous for skiing and snowboarding at Cypress, Mount Seymour and Grouse Mountain; and scenic hiking trails at the Lynn Canyon Regional Park and Baden Powell Trail. Lower Lonsdale is very trendy and popular with young professionals looking for a vibrant lifestyle. Here you will find boutiques, specialty food stores, restaurants, antique stores and galleries making "LoLo" appealing to everyone. The Lower Lonsdale area is steeped with history and bursting with shops that capture the unique spirit of the North Shore. Take in the several open community spaces like Waterfront Park, the Lonsdale Quay, Shipbuilders' Square and Burrard Dry Dock Pier.

For thousands of years, the Indigenous Squamish and their kin Tsleil-Waututh of the Coast Salish lived in the land known as North Vancouver. Just over 200 years ago, they had their first glimpse of the Europeans. The Spanish arrived first, giving their name to Vancouver’s Spanish Banks and in 1792, Captain George Vancouver explored the local shores. But it was not until 1862 that the first attempt was made to harvest the North Shore’s rich stands of timber, leading to fuller settlement of the area that would later become North Vancouver. Wallace Shipyard operated at the lower end of Lonsdale and was one of the country's main warship producers during WWII.

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