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Roofing Contractors Throughout Oregon

It’s no secret that the North West gets quite a bit of rain.  Oregon homeowners’ know that they must keep their roofs in top shape to avoid serious damage down the line.  Your home or offices’ roof is the most important line of defense against the problems that harsh weather can cause.

With pouring rain beating down on your OR roof, it has to be in its best condition to be able to properly protect your home or business.  A local roofing contractor will be able to properly inspect and diagnose any problems with your Oregon roof.   These experts will be able to sit down and review all of your roofing repair or replacement options with you, helping you decide on the best course of action.

Find the Right OR Roofer

So you’re ready to have a roofing contractor take a look at your commercial or residential roof, but you don’t know which one.  It’s not as simple as just thumbing through your local phonebook with the amount of roofing contractors throughout Oregon.  Now Roofing-Directory is here to help.  We have created our easy to use online contractor referral service to help you find the perfect roofing repair and replacement contractor for whatever your needs may be.  These highly qualified shingle, metal, wood, slate, asphalt and tar roofing contractors can help you no mater what your project is.  Just fill out the short form here on your right and we’ll get you scheduled for your free roofing estimates!

Oregon Listings

Tonys Roofing LLC

4450 SE 125th Ave
Portland, OR, 97236

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Additional Oregon Listings

Remodeling Concepts

2568 W. Maple Ave
Feasterville, OR, 19053

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Cascade Roofing Portland

6950 SW Hampton Street
Suite 240
Portland, Oregon, 97223

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Frontier Roofing and Construction

P.O. Box 2651
Oregon City, Oregon, 97045

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Raindrop NW

8305 SW Cirrus Dr.
Beaverton, Oregon, 97008

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All Seasons Roofing

P.O. Box 70311
Springfield , Oregon, 97478

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SFW Construction

2552E NW Vaughn St
Portland, Oregon, 97210

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Adventure Roofing

26201 NE Butteville Rd
Aurora, Oregon, 97002

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Oregon Roof Consulting and Inspection

PO Box 220190
Milwaukie, Oregon, 97222

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Dr Roof Inc

818 SW 3rd Ave
Portland, Oregon, 97204

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All Surface Roof and Construction

9390 SW Tigard St.
Tigard, Oregon, 97223

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Learning How to Compare Oregon Roofing Estimates

As with most homes across the nation, the amount of maintenance and projects that you need to complete on your home will have a lot to do with the weather. In Oregon, rain often comes to mind as the weather phenomenon most related to the state. Oregon’s abundance of rain makes roof repair an essential annual chore for most homeowners. If you’re an Oregon homeowner and your roof maintenance has gone beyond your range of skill, or you need a professional to step in a tackle a larger project or a roof replacement, you’ll want to hire the best person for the job. With any roofing contractor you are considering, you will want to ensure you are getting the best price for the most efficient and effective job.

When you begin receiving estimates from contractors, you’ll have a lot of numbers and quotes to sort though. It certainly helps if you understand the basics about what to look for on an estimate, and what the different numbers mean so that you can make the best decision about what contractor to hire. Most home improvement experts recommend that you get at least three estimates before making your decision, so here’s some tips on looking at an estimate and comparing multiple sets of numbers.

How to Compare Roofing Estimates in Portland, Oregon

Among the most common elements on any roofing estimate you will find the materials cost. Obviously, that includes the shingles or tiles, roofing nails, and assorted other materials used in creating a solid roof. You are sure to find that some companies offer a lower estimate in this area than others. Don’t be afraid to question the numbers you see. If a materials estimate seems too good to be true, be sure to ask the hard questions and ensure that the cheaper price doesn’t mean poor quality of materials. While you don’t have to spend a fortune on materials, you may want to pay a little more for quality materials with warranties and guarantees. You aren’t saving any money if the materials used aren’t going to last.

Another element in learning how to compare roofing estimates is the labor estimate. Once again, many homeowners go for the least expensive. There is nothing wrong with looking for the best deal, but use your common sense and ask about the work team’s experience and completion record. This is also the time to find out about client references. Be sure to follow up with references and ask about their experience with the contractor in question and his team.

In a major metro area, like Portland, finding contractors with many client references close by shouldn’t be a problem. Take the time to follow up with the references of any contractor you consider hiring. You’ll likely find that in Portland, many previous clients will be close enough for you to drive by and see the work yourself. Even if a certain bid is the lowest, if you find a professional has less than ideal references, it’s better to spend a little more money on a contractor with better references for your own peace of mind.

Portland, Oregon Roofing

Portland, OR is the largest metro area in the State of Oregon with about 2 million people. Portland is known as the City of Roses for it's climate which caters to the healthy growth of the plant. There are many Portland roofing contractors who are licensed and insured. Use the form to the right to find the best pricing on your roof project and be sure to consider the tips above.


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Multnomah County, Washington County, Clackamas County, Lane County, Marion County, Jackson County, Deschutes County, Linn County, Douglas County, Portland, Eugene, Salem and everywhere in between.

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