In this episode, Daniel discusses a question we get from homeowners a lot: Do I have an anti-moss shingle on my home, or can I get one? The answer often surprises them. Podcast Transcription: RoofLifeB038-231 Shayla: You are listening to the Roof Life of Oregon podcast and I’m talking with Daniel today. Daniel, what would… Read more »
Have you been told you have an “anti-moss” shingle on your roof? Daniel exposes the truth about what this means and what Roof Life can actually do to help your shingles stay moss free. Find out more.
In this episode Patrick discusses Winters in Portland and how to make sure your roof is ready to face what Mother Nature has up her sleeves. Most experts agree this is going to be a rough one! Podcast Transcription: RoofLifeB037-229 Shayla: Thank you for joining us today for the Roof Life of Oregon podcast…. Read more »
Roof leak detection and early prevention are key. Let Roof Life come out and inspect your roof for free. We’ll let you know what can be done now (if anything needs doing) to help prevent roof leaks this winter. Schedule your free consultation!
Your roof moves! Find out what happens when your roof expands and contracts throughout the year, and how to make sure it’s life won’t be affected. Learn more on our blog!
Is your roof ready for the fall and winter in Portland? It’s a great time to take a step back and assess the condition of your roof. Summer is our busiest time of year, because a lot of people think it’s the only time we roof. We actually roof year around – rain or shine… Read more »
Jerry lets you know how to make sure your roof lasts through the winter- especially if you have doubts about the age of your roof, wet/dry-rot, or other trouble areas on your roof. Our consultations are free!
When you’re buying a home, there’s a big difference between “my roof’s been well cared for by Roof Life of Oregon,” and “my roof’s been certified by Roof Life of Oregon.” If a seller tells you that their roof has been well cared for, that just means we’ve checked it out every three to five… Read more »