Roof maintenance is not pretty or elegant; it’s dirty, grimy, and downright no fun to perform. Add in a steep roof with some inclement conditions and you have the perfect cocktail causing you to outsource your work to anyone willing to help. How can you tell if a roofing contractor is a shyster or is going to cut corners? Sometimes it’s hard to tell and for many customers, it takes a bad experience to know you’ve just been conned.
The pictures above and below show a roof littered with nails by the previous roofing contractor. If a roofing contractor doesn’t have the time or resources to clean up the job site what else didn’t they have the time or resources to do?
Believe it or not, a roof littered with nails is a potential red flag on the workmanship of the roofing contractor. On this particular roof, we found a roof ridge line that was off and a poor ventilation system.
At Roof Life of Oregon, we provide a general cleanup on your roof and surrounding area because we believe roof maintenance should be as non-invasive as possible. Our goal is to make your roof look good, work right, and last longer through our process. At the same time, we give you peace of mind because you don’t have to get up on your roof during the monsoon season with the potential of slip-sliding off into your yard. Before you find nails laying in and around your home give Roof Life of Oregon a call at (503) 461-2665 or visit our roof estimate page.