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Greater Metro Portland Area

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GOT QUESTIONS?

What does a new roof cost?

New roofing can have a very side range of expenses. Depending on the material used, if we’re tearing off an old roof, and the size of the roof makes a big difference in how much material will be used. The best way to have a accurate guestimate is to simply call for a FREE bid.

How do I maintain my roofing system?

It’s pretty straight forward when it comes to maintaining your roof. Thoroughly inspect shingles each year. Treat for moss, lichen, and algae every few years. Clean and maintain the gutters. Remove leaves and debris from your roof on a regular basis. Trim branches hanging near or around your roofline. Replace caulking around any flashings as Needed.

Do You Offer Financing?

We do not offer financing but your bank or credit union would be the best place to go if you needed help with the purchase of a new roofing system. Home equity loans of lines of credit are great as well. The interest can be written off.

Should I switch to metal roof?

Metal roofing is a great choice depending on where you live, the climate, and your budget. The best way to know is to have one of our experts come out and take a look at your personal situation.

How long will a new roof last?

Coming soon

What is the best type of roof?

Slate is the most durable and long lasting roofing material, with a life expectancy of more than 150 years. The next most durable material is clay, which has a lifespan of about 100 years. Asphalt shingles will last anywhere fro 20-40 years depending on the quality.