Not all roofs are created or look equal, but Roof Life of Oregon helps bring out the all-nature look in your cedar shake roof. The all-natural, light ash gray color, is the healthiest possible state for your roof. When you stain, you feel the pain. A dark rich colored roof may be more appealing, but… Read more »
This week we’ve taken a look at the Roof Life of Oregon cedar roof construction process. While we’ve only examined the pre-project stage, this is a factor between getting a quality roofing project that lasts and one that degrades prior to the warranty. Monday, Daniel White discussed the safety measures and precautions Roof Life of… Read more »
If you’re in the market for a roof replacement, or roof construction, it’s important you compare apples to apples. Unfortunately for homeowners, roofing contractors are a dime a dozen. The average roofing contractor is in business for only two years before closing shop. Do you think your recently installed 30 year or lifetime roof is… Read more »
Today we complete our three part series on cedar roof maintenance basics. On Monday, Patrick D. Morin explained why cedar roofs need to be properly maintained. Yesterday, Patrick D. Morin explained what Roof Life of Oregon’s process is for cedar roof maintenance. Today, Patrick D. Morin wraps up our discussion explaining why Roof Life of… Read more »
If you read part 1 of our series on cedar roof maintenance, you learned why cedar roofs need to be properly maintained. Today, Patrick D. Morin explains what Roof Life of Oregon’s process is for cedar roof maintenance.