Common Portland roof repair problems can arise over time, especially here in the Northwest. Leaks, excessive moisture, rotting, and cracking can cause serious headaches when ignored for long periods of time. For that reason, it’s important to schedule a thorough roof inspection at least once a year, prior to the winter months.
Whether you own a home or business, your rooftop is responsible for protecting your asset from exposure to the elements. It’s there to protect your family and your goods and services from potential loss and harm. That’s why it’s critical that you perform regular, year-round care, especially after a harsh winter or severe weather event in order to avoid relatively common roof maintenance and repair issues from turning into more serious problems.
There are two types of common roof repairs. The first one is patching, which is usually done by the homeowner and is more of a temporary fix to a permanent problem. This is a quick-fix solution that may seem inexpensive but can result in more severe damage over time.
The second is a full roof repair done by a professional Portland area contractor, resulting in a quality and permanent fix that will stand the test of time. This can save you thousands of dollars in unnecessary repairs or roof replacement in the long run.
With decades of combined, professional experience in the Portland-Vancouver Metro Area, our team of professional Portland Roofing Contractors will work quickly to solve your roofing needs in a timely and cost-effective manner.
Here’s a list of 10 of the most common Portland-area roof repair problems you can encounter when inspecting the roof of your home or business.
As with most other major home repairs and upgrades, Portland roof repair and maintenance should be considered urgent. The more time you wait, the worse things can get.
Whether you have a leak or suspect your roof is nearing the end of its service life, give Bridgetown Roofing a call so that we can take a look and provide you with the proper roof repair or roof replacement options.
Including Vancouver, WA, and the neighboring towns and cities that together comprise the Portland Metropolitan Area.