Checkmate Roofing and Construction
Checkmate Roofing and Construction

Checkmate Roofing and Construction

$1/on-site estimate

(waived if hired)


Areas needing carpentry help

It’s free, with no obligation to book

Introduction: Introducing Checkmate Roofing and Construction, your trusted local neighbor and affordable roofing contractor! With over 20 years of roofing expertise under our ownership, we take pride in delivering top-notch residential and commercial roofing solutions. Beyond roofing, our skilled team offers carpentry, residential painting, and chimney repair services. Committed to quality craftsmanship and customer satisfaction, we're your go-to partner for reliable and comprehensive construction needs. Choose Checkmate for excellence in every project—we're not just contractors; we're your community roofing specialists.
Overview

Serves Seattle, WA

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License verified

6 employees

4 years in business

Payment methods

This pro accepts payments via Cash, Check, Credit card, PayPal, Square cash app, Stripe, Venmo, and Zelle.

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  • Yes we build

    Roof Installation or Replacement

Specialties
Areas needing carpentry help

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Reviews

Customers rated this pro highly for work quality, value, and professionalism.

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Thumbtack Customer
Nov 20, 2023
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From Google

From Google

Checkmate Roofing fixed my chimney this past October, and I couldn't be happier with the outcome. The repair work was thorough, and my chimney looks as good as new. Thanks to Checkmate Roofing for a job well done!
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Thumbtack Customer
Nov 20, 2023
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From Google

From Google

So, I recently got my roof fixed up by the cool folks at Checkmate Roofing, and I gotta say, it was a pretty sweet experience. Logan and Patrick, the dynamic duo in charge, were not just pros at their job, but they were also super friendly. They patiently walked me through the whole process, answered all my random questions, and made the whole thing a breeze.The job itself was done pretty darn quick, but you wouldn't guess it by the quality. Logan and Patrick made sure every little detail was on point. My roof looks top-notch, and I'm loving it.Now, let's talk money. Checkmate Roofing didn't break my bank, which was a relief. Their prices were fair, and there were no surprise fees. It was a smooth deal all around.Oh, and shoutout to the team for not leaving a mess behind. They cleaned up everything after they were done, and it's like they were never even there. Props for that!In a nutshell, Checkmate Roofing, with Logan and Patrick leading the charge, gets a big thumbs up from me. They're friendly, they know their stuff, and they won't drain your wallet. If you're looking for roof pros, these guys are the real deal.
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Bud m.
Nov 7, 2023
i reached out to Checkmate roofing and construction, and Patrick was able to come out the same day and give me an estimate. After agreeing to it he came out the following day and patched my roof up. Very happy with the price, speed and professionalism/
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Heather S.
Oct 16, 2023
Patrick was very knowledgeable about roofing and taught us a lot about roofs, and we are very happy with the price, and how quickly they squeezed us in.
Credentials
License

License Type: Construction Contractor (WA)

License verified on 10/24/2023

Background Check

Logan Sneed

FAQs

  • What types of customers have you worked with?

    We offer both commercial and residential services.

  • What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?

    If you're looking to hire a provider in my area of work (which is providing information, assistance, and generating human-like text based on input), here are some pieces of advice: Clearly Define Your Project: Before reaching out to a provider, clearly define your project goals, scope, and requirements. The more specific and detailed you can be, the better the provider can understand and meet your needs. Research and Check Credentials: Research potential providers to ensure they have the expertise and experience in the specific area you require. Check their credentials, reviews, and any relevant work samples or case studies. Communicate Your Expectations: Clearly communicate your expectations regarding deliverables, timelines, and any specific preferences you may have. This helps avoid misunderstandings and sets the right expectations from the beginning. Ask for References: Don't hesitate to ask potential providers for references from previous clients. This can give you insights into their work ethic, communication style, and the quality of their deliverables. Understand the Process: Seek to understand the provider's work process. How do they approach projects? What is their communication style? Knowing the workflow can help you align your expectations and anticipate the progress of the project. Discuss Pricing and Terms: Have a transparent discussion about pricing, payment terms, and any additional costs that may arise. Make sure you have a clear understanding of the financial aspects of the engagement. Contract and Legal Considerations: Ensure that there is a clear and comprehensive contract in place. This should outline the scope of work, timelines, payment terms, confidentiality agreements, and any other relevant legal considerations. Maintain Open Communication: Establish a channel for open and regular communication. This helps in addressing any concerns promptly and ensures that both parties are on the same page throughout the project. Flexibility and Collaboration: Look for a provider who is flexible and willing to collaborate. A willingness to adapt to your needs and work collaboratively can enhance the success of the project. Monitor Progress: Regularly monitor the progress of the project and provide constructive feedback. This ensures that the work aligns with your expectations and allows for adjustments if needed. Be Clear on Ownership and Rights: Clarify ownership rights of the work produced. Understand whether you will have full ownership, and if there are any licensing or usage restrictions. Plan for Contingencies: Discuss how unexpected issues or changes will be handled. Having a plan for contingencies helps both parties navigate unexpected challenges smoothly. By following these pieces of advice, you can increase the likelihood of finding a provider who not only meets your needs but also aligns well with your working style and expectations.

  • What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?

    Before talking to professionals about a project, customers should consider a variety of questions to ensure clarity and effective communication. Here are some key questions for customers to think through: Project Goals: What are the primary goals and objectives of the project? What specific outcomes or deliverables are expected? Budget: What is the budget range for the project? Are there any budget constraints or limitations? Timeline: What is the desired timeline for completing the project? Are there any specific milestones or deadlines to be met? Scope: What is the scope of the project? What is included and what is excluded? Are there any specific features or functionalities that are crucial? Requirements: What are the essential requirements and specifications for the project? Are there any technical or functional requirements that must be met? Preferences: Are there any design preferences or specific styles that should be considered? Are there any particular tools, technologies, or methodologies preferred? Potential Challenges: What are the potential challenges or obstacles that might be encountered? Are there any known risks that need to be addressed? Decision-Making Process: How will decisions be made throughout the project? Who are the key stakeholders involved in the decision-making process? Communication: What is the preferred mode and frequency of communication? How should updates and progress reports be shared? Feedback and Revisions: How will feedback be provided, and what is the process for revisions? Are there specific review cycles or stages for feedback? Previous Experience: Have similar projects been undertaken before, and what were the lessons learned? Are there specific expectations based on past experiences? Measuring Success: How will the success of the project be measured? What key performance indicators (KPIs) are important?

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