Tile Roofs

In this episode, Daniel talks components; which ones matter (*hint: it’s all of them), why they matter, and why some contractors choose not to match them or tell homeowners that matching doesn’t matter. Podcast Transcription: RoofLifeB024-181 Shayla: You are listening to the Roof Life of Oregon podcast and I’m talking today with Daniel. Daniel, why… Read more »

You pretty much have to change the entire structure of a roof to tear off a tile roof, and replace it with composition. Beware of the contractor that bids the job at half of the other companies – this is not an easy transition. You need to do some research and gather bids so you have… Read more »

In this episode, Daniel dispels the myth about the existence of a moss-free shingle. Podcast Transcription- RoofLifeB015-127: Shayla: Thank you for joining us today for the Roof Life of Oregon Podcast. I’m talking today with Daniel who is a roof consultant at Roof Life. And, Daniel, in Portland I’m sure you get this question a… Read more »

  Roof replacement is complicated, especially when you are switching between roofing materials. Each type of material needs it’s own specialty tools and supports, and when it’s not done right, it can cause a lot of problems. https://rooflife-oregon.com/roof-replacement-estimate/

In this episode Mark helps to put our minds at ease about how tile roofs handle heavy rainfall and what you can do to help prepare it.   RoofLife014-117 Podcast Transcription: Shayla: Welcome to the Roof Life of Oregon podcast. I’m talking today with Mark who is a roof specialist at Roof Life. And, Mark,… Read more »

In this episode, Mark walks us through the different types of tile used for roofing and how Roof Life of Oregon’s crews maintain tile roofs. Transcription of Podcast: RoofLifeB014- 116 Shayla: Thank you for joining us today for the Roof Life of Oregon podcast. I’m talking today with Mark who is a roof specialist at Roof Life. And, Mark,… Read more »

Historically, tile roofs were constructed for use in the arid climates where there is little rain. It’s a great product, but bring it up to the northwest, where we get thirty-plus inches of rain, and things are a little different. Tile doesn’t actually keep water out of your home. It’s the underlayment that keeps your… Read more »

If you have a tile roof, you probably know that they take a special kind of maintenance. What you might not know is that there are several different types of tile, and each one demands its own unique care. A tile is a concrete piece that is manufactured and replicate. The tiles on your roof are interchangeable with others of its type…. Read more »

In this episode, Mark discusses what happens to a tile roof and its underlayment when it gets hit with 30+ inches of rainfall in a year. https://rooflife-oregon.com/tile-roofs-in-portland-plan-for-the-rain/