Knowing Who to Call for Roof Care is Helpful!

 Let us ease your fears about Roof Care – Leak Repairs, Wind or Tree Damage or Roof Cleaning.  We can help ease any fears you have about what to expect when you call us, our trained staff and techinician can offer information and insight.  Call us for a Free roof

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Is moss bad for my roof?

Moss is a four-letter word for homeowners in the Portland and Vancouver areas. Fighting it on your own can be a constant headache and who needs the hassle? What’s the worst that can happen, anyway? Here at Northwest Roof Maintenance, the question we hear more than any other, “is moss

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An Outstanding Roof Cleaning Experience!

April Showers bring May flowers, unless you live in the pacific northwest, then April showers just bring May showers. Sometimes we are lucky and we get that nice, warm, sunshiny spring full of flowers and butterflies and warm breezes. Either way those April showers promise us one thing – Moss.

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How to Choose a Reputable Portland Roof Cleaner

Is your roof looking a little worse for wear? Don’t immediately assume you need a complete roof replacement. It’s likely that your roof just needs a good cleaning. If it’s time to clean your roof, avoid trying to do the job yourself. Falls are one of the leading cases of

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New Year – New Roof

We’ve all heard the mantra “new year, new you!” It’s a good thought, while different people would argue how to achieve that or what exactly it means, not many people would disagree with the idea. Now, what if you changed it to “new year, new roof!” I’m not talking about

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Fall & Winter Home Maintenance Guide

Come fall, making sure your home is ready for winter should be on the top of every Vancouver area homeowners to-do list. It’s not enough to simply use band-aid solutions as issues pop up. We’ve created this fall & winter home maintenance guide so you can get ahead of the

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8 Questions to Ask a Roof Cleaner

Homeowners know it’s important to clean and maintain their roof; they just don’t know what they should be doing or who to hire. Picking the wrong roof cleaner can lead to leaky, damaged roofs. You could also end up on the hook for injured employees, or even a voided roof

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The Pros & Cons Of Different Roofing Materials

When it comes to roofs, your experience with maintenance and repairs will depend on what type of roofing material you have. Some roofing materials require very little maintenance, while others require a lot and are more vulnerable to damage. Tile, Cedar, and composition are three popular roofing options, each with

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6 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Clean Your Own Roof

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

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Two Layers is too Many

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

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How Often Should You Clean Your Roof?

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

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The Low Down on Pressure Washing

    Everyone wants to live somewhere that looks nice. Of course, some aspects of maintaining a home aren’t just about keeping up appearances, but extending the life of your home. Enter roof cleanings, one of the most important maintenance items on any homeowners checklist. Leaving moss and other debris

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Satellite dishes – How to deal with those holes in your roof

We live in a day and age where our lives may revolve around television and satellite TV has become very reasonably priced. As a result, the new, smaller dishes are mounted on roofs everywhere. About half the roofs I see have a dish mounted somewhere on the surface. The downside to this practice is that this adds more

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