Recent Roofing Projects in Portland - Boss Exteriors

Recent Roofing Projects in Portland

One of our biggest clientele, we are highly regarded in the Portland Metro area as the best roofing professionals. Whether you need roof repair, replacement, or installation, we're there to offer high quality service to all our prestige customers.

Check out the recent roofing projects we have in and around Portland Metro...

Should You Replace Your Roof Before Selling Your House?

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 roof?”, “Will it be better to replace my roof entirely?”, “Should I sell the house as it is?”Given that the answer varies from one home

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Tile vs Shingles For The Portland Area

We get a fair share of strong winds and heavy rains in the Pacific Northwest area. As such, it’s best to know the best roof type that can drain rainwater well and handle excessive moisture levels.This usually boils down to two crowd-favorite roofing materials– tiles and shingles. Both materials are known for their aesthetic appeal

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The Pros & Cons of A Metal Roof In Portland

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 why more homeowners are choosing metal for their home roofing needs.If you’re one of the homeowners planning to invest in installing metal roofs for your

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Are Shingles A Good Roofing Material In Portland?

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, if not all, are also familiar with installing these shingles. Asphalt shingles strike a balance between cost-effectiveness, easy installation, and a lifespan of 15 to

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Best Roofing Materials For Portland Oregon

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. To help you choose the best roofing material for your Portland, Oregon home, we’ve compiled the best roof types to consider.Key Factors to Keep in

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Fixing Up a Rotting and Leaking Roof in Portland

Rotting and Leaking roofs are a hell of an inconvenience. However, damaged roofs are unavoidable, especially when your current roof has taken a lot of previous damage from all kinds of weather. This is why maintaining your roof’s condition is important.A wet, leaky roof invites a lot of mold and mildew which can compromise our

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Building Roofs That Last for Homeowners in Portland

We get it. It’s hard to gauge whether your roof needs maintenance because it’s not exactly a place you see every day (unless you’re like 20 ft. tall.) With so many other factors that you need to consider during home maintenance season, you will most likely overlook the need for roof replacement. However, homeowners should

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Siding and Roofing Transformation for Portland Homeowner

You might be wondering why the roof and siding of your house are important. Well, it’s because people can spot it from a distance, and its appearance can say a lot about its owner. If you have a damaged and run-down roof as well as worn-out sidings, your home will look shabby and old!   In

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Keeping Portland Families Safe with Quality Roofing

If your house has wet walls, then you might be dealing with a big problem! Of course, wet walls from condensation after a hot shower or bath are completely normal. But droplets and damp patches outside of that, especially after heavy rains, are far from normal! Walls that are consistently slick, sweating or wet could

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Making Old Roof Look Like New in Portland, Oregon

Everyone knows that the roof is in charge of shielding the house’s residents from rain and snow. But did you know that there is more to roofs than meets the eye? Not all people know that roofs also contribute to the temperature inside our homes. Roof vents can regulate the air that comes in and

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