Liability

In the episode, we talk with Patrick about how a homeowner can know they’re getting a good deal and he gives some practical advice about how they can feel comfortable with the contractor they choose. Podcast Transcription: RoofLifeB036-226 Shayla: Thank you for joining us for the Roof Life of Oregon podcast. I’m talking with Patrick… Read more »

In this episode, Daniel talks about the hazards that come when dryer vents end up in the wrong places and what you, the homeowner, can do about it. Never fear, we’re here to help! Podcast Transcription: RoofLifeB034-221 Shayla: You are listening to the Roof Life of Oregon podcast and I’m talking with Daniel today. Daniel,… Read more »

It happens all the time: I check out a client’s roof and wonder why in the world the builder choose to do it that way. Recently, I was up on a home and saw that the client’s dryer was venting onto the roof, spilling lint all over the place, and potentially causing a fire hazard.... Read more »

Don’t let your laundry become a hazard…

  We look at moss, yes, but we’ll also diagnose other issues with your roof. Clogged dryer vents can be a fire hazard, especially when in a hard-to-reach place like a roof. Let us find the possible issues BEFORE they become problems. Get A Free Estimate

In this episode, we talk with Daniel about the pitfalls homeowners can encounter if they choose a roofing contractor who cuts corners and mixes and matches the components on their roof. It could mean big problems, ranging from roof leaks to earlier than necessary roof replacement.14 Podcast Transcription: RoofLifeB031-211 Shayla: Thank you for joining us today… Read more »

If your roofer doesn’t follow codes, you could end up with some serious problems. For the most part, when the city tells you to install a roof a certain way, there’s a good reason for it. There’s an area in Portland that comes out of the gorge and gets crazy wind. Most of the time,... Read more »

Make sure your roofer knows your local city codes and ordinances, as well as manufacturer specs.

Manufacturers make components to match their shingles. Once you decide the type of shingle that’s going on your roof, you roofer should also use that manufacturer’s parts and pieces. There are two major reasons to do that. Keep your warranty intact. Probably the biggest reason to match your components is your warranty. If one of... Read more »

making sure all the pieces match is important

It’s amazing how many times this comes up. Did you know that if your roofer isn’t following codes and ordinances, YOU could end up with an early roof replacement? If it matters to manufacturers, it should matter to your roofer. We know and follow manufacturer specs. Get a reliable quote. https://rooflife-oregon.com/