Entries by Shelley Metzler

What Does Roof Cleaning and Maintenance in Tigard Involve?

Maintaining a clean, well-cared-for roof is an important part of your home’s curb appeal, and one that an unfortunately high number of homeowners neglect. It’s not just about the visuals either. A poorly maintained roof will have a shorter life span, and a lack of maintenance can increase the likelihood of a catastrophic failure, which […]

5 Roofing Facts to Remember in Winter

The winter brings harsh weather to most of the country. Along with that harsh weather, the cold season also often brings problems to your roofing. While the blistering cold isn’t the most ideal time for any activity, it’s especially difficult for providing essential maintenance to your roof. But sometimes problems arise that just can’t wait […]

5 Services Offered by Portland Roofing Contractors

There are many important questions you should ask and things you should research before choosing your Portland roofing contractors. Some contractors have their specialties, but there are some services that tend to be standard. These services are important to the health, maintenance, and durability of your roof, which will help ensure the protection of your […]

How To Repair a Leaking Roof Vent

Far from being a simple annoyance, a leaking roof vent can have a devastating effect on your home, property, and belongings. As water drips through the vent, it will gradually cause the ceiling paint to darken and the plaster to expand and bubble. Soon enough, it will spread into your home, damaging anything you have […]

Are Roof Warranties Worth It?

Roofs are one of the most important features of any structure. They are sizeable investments that you hope will last long enough to make them a worthwhile expenditure. Many customers opt for warranties to ensure they’re covered in the event that their roofs get a leak or start to deteriorate. But many warranties are limited […]

Low Roof Pitch Options for Your Building

A roof has a “low pitch” if it slopes anywhere from 2/12 to 4/12 inches—meaning that for every foot the roof extends horizontally, the level of the roof rises two to four vertical inches. Some roofs have extremely low slopes and appear to be nearly flat. No roof, of course, should actually be completely flat. […]