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Did you know that many roofing companies don’t follow OSHA regulations when it comes to roof safety and tying off? In this episode, Daniel explains why Roof Life of Oregon …Read More
It is an industry requirement that roofers tie off with safety anchors on any roof over ten feet. At Roof Life of Oregon, we always take that precaution. It doesn’t matter if it’s …Read More
Did you know that some roofers don’t follow safety regulations? They may be putting you at risk. Watch Daniel explain how.Read More
In this episode, Patrick tells us the most important thing to think about when hiring a company to work on your steep roof.Read More
When we get up on steep roofs, we are forever throwing down Frisbees, baseballs and basketballs. People just don’t want to risk it, and I don’t blame them. We have …Read More
When it’s wet and slippery outside which ladder would you rather use to get up on your roof? Aluminum Ladder Fiberglass Ladder 16 feet tall 24 feet tall 17.5 inch …Read More
During the process we covered all delicate areas with boards and/or tarps. This home was especially difficult because they had a glass solarium attached to the home. …Read More