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April 24, 2017 by Abigail

  Spring is a busy season for everyone, or so it seems! It’s definitely a busy season for our team here at Northwest Roof Maintenance. We love working with all of our customers in the Portland/Vancouver area, and look forward to each opportunity we get to serve you! In fact our entire goal as a company is to provide an […]

6 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Clean Your Own Roof

March 23, 2017 by Abigail

Many homeowners love DIY projects around the house. From painting to yard work, it can be fun and rewarding to do home maintenance projects. There is certainly plenty of home maintenance work that can be handled without calling a professional. However, roof cleaning is not one of them. Especially in Portland, Vancouver, and the Pacific Northwest, regular roof cleaning is […]

Simple Ways to Save Money

February 22, 2017 by Abigail

Everyone wants to believe that bad things can’t happen to them, that unexpected expense won’t happen to them. A survey done by bankrate.com showed that almost 80% of Americans kept a budget, yet only about %40 of Americans would actually be able to pay for an unexpected expense, such as a roof leak. While part of this is likely due […]

Two Layers is too Many

January 24, 2017 by Abigail

Not many people would argue with the idea that quality trumps quantity. Most roofers would agree that adding a second layer to your roof is NOT a good idea and cuts back on the quality of the roof. Yet we still run into homes with 2 or more layers on a fairly frequent basis. Why is this? Unfortunately, many homeowners […]

Protecting Your Roof from Winter Weather

December 14, 2016 by Abigail

Ice, Snow, and Your Roof! In the pacific northwest, we don’t often experience heavy amount of ice and/or snow. Part of the problem with that is home manufacturers don’t feel the need to take the ice and snow into account when designing homes and roofs, and so when we do experience a winter storm, our homes are not ready and […]

How Often Should You Clean Your Roof?

November 30, 2016 by Abigail

You may love to experience the four seasons each year in the Pacific Northwest, but your roof doesn’t. Rain, fog, ice, and even shade from large trees can create the perfect environment for moss and fungi to grow. Moss, mildew, algae, and lichen grow into your shingles and wear away the material. They can even lift shingles. This creates space […]

Don’t Neglect Your Roof this Winter!

November 8, 2016 by Abigail

The Holidays are almost here! This is a time when people want to be with family, celebrating! Whether that’s through large multiple day gatherings in your home, or short parties out and about, or even just spending the evenings with those closest to you, one thing is certain, you have a lot on your mind. What presents to get everyone, […]

A Poem for your Roof

September 19, 2016 by Abigail

Whether you live in Portland, Vancouver, or Timbuktu, your roof does a lot for you. It keeps pouring rain off your head while you sleep and it provides you shelter from the heat of the sun. So often it’s easy to forget about our roof until there is a problem. Most of the time when I hear people talking about […]

Curb Appeal and a Well Maintained Roof can Help Sell Your Home!

August 22, 2016 by Abigail

Even with the increasing acceptance of the “don’t judge a book by it’s cover” ideology, first impressions are still important. Someone may be an amazing worker but they still have to make a good first impression. If they show up to an interview wearing torn clothes, unkempt hair, and smelling like they are afraid of the shower, the interviewer may […]

That Pesky Pest Problem

August 9, 2016 by Abigail

Have you ever watched a squirrel shimmy along a branch and jump gracefully onto your roof? Did you think as you watched it that you could be witnessing a home intruder? While not every critter that steps foot on your roof is going to cause damage, they aren’t all just passing through either. Animals on your roof can mean animals […]