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With various roofing options available in Portland, it can be quite an overwhelming task to choose one that fits your needs. The choice usually boils down to two popular options:

When choosing the best roofing option for your Pacific Northwest home, one front runner is a flat roof. It is increasing in popularity by the day primarily because of its

The terms drip edge and gutter apron is no stranger to most roofers in the country. But, it can be confusing to some homeowners.Drip edges and gutter aprons are essential

When you see unsightly water stains on your ceiling or notice more obvious signs such as water dripping– your roof may be leaking. Leaks happen when the roof is damaged,

The term "metal roof" usually covers a broad term– comprising different materials, styles, and sizes. Since there are various metal roofing options today, it can be challenging to determine the

If you are planning to put your house up for sale, some of the most critical questions you need to consider are: "Do I need to fix/repair anything with my

With the heavy rain and snow in Portland, Oregon– your roof will require proper maintenance. Keep in mind that wet conditions can result in mold, moss, and potential water damage,

Homeowners in Portland, Oregon know what it's like to deal with frequent rains. With that in mind, this can lead to moisture problems which may put your roof in trouble.

Asphalt shingles are considered the most common roofing material in the country and for a good reason. The material is the safest bet on almost every home. Most roofing companies,

In the past years, the popularity of metal roofing has been steadily increasing in the country. This roofing material boasts low maintenance and a long lifespan, so it’s no wonder