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ice and water shield for roof When it comes to hiring roof inspectors, just like every other industry, there are good ones and there are bad ones. It can be really difficult to decipher between the two. But here’s the biggest piece of advice I can give you: be at your home and watch the inspector. Did he get on your... Read more »

Granules in the Gutter

In this episode, Daniel discusses why this is an important difference. Think knowing how your contractor pays their employees is none of your business? It actually will tell you a lot about how the company does business,  and the quality of work you’ll end up with. Ask the right questions. Podcast Transcription: RoofLifeB027-193 Shayla: You… Read more »

There’s a lot that comes into play when picking your new roof. You need to make sure it works correctly, looks good, and fits your budget. At Roof Life of Oregon, we’re not just looking at the roof. We see your entire environment and everything around your home that will directly impact your roof’s performance.... Read more »

Presidential Roofs Grow Moss

Short answer: it depends. Long answer: probably not. For most home inspections, a ladder inspection of a roof will suffice (meaning they looked at the roof from a ladder but didn’t actually get on the roof). Your roof is one of the most important elements of your home. Get a professional opinion. https://rooflife-oregon.com/portland-real-estate-roof-certification/

If you just moved to the Portland area and looking for a new roof, check out these 5 things to know about your roof from Roof Life of Oregon Founder Patrick Morin. 1. What should you know about cedar shingles? Cedar shingles and shakes are really popular in Portland. Western red cedar contains a natural… Read more »