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The Visible Roof Life Of Oregon Difference

Aerial View

When you look at the two roofs displayed below which one, in your opinion, looks better?

Front exterior of house

The roof on the left is a Roof Life of Oregon roof that was treated about one year ago. Our pH-changing self-cleaning treatment takes time to sluff off the yuckies and nasties. When the sun comes out, you can spot a Roof Life of Oregon roof from several blocks away. The sheen is white which helps beam a healthy natural-looking cedar shake roof. We’re a Portland roof maintenance company that takes our craft very seriously.

The roof on the right is a roof that was put on by another Portland roofing contractor. To get the red-like hue, the contractor used a chemical called Copper Naphthenate. Unfortunately for this homeowner, their roof will degrade at least 2x faster than a Roof Life of Oregon roof. Homeowners that realize this, or simply call us to perform roof maintenance, run into a major problem. The only way we can repair and treat a stained roof is to powerwash the stain off.

If your shake roof is looking red, black, or dark gray it’s time to give us a call at (503) 461-2665 or fill out our free inspection form. Now is the best time to have your roof treated and by next summer, because our treatment is rain activated, you’ll have a white beam projecting from your cedar shake roof too.

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