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Living in Oregon, you might experience a wide range of temperatures, from hot summers to chilly winters. You want your home to protect you and your family from the elements, so a good roof is essential. Use our guide to learn about the top roofing contractors in Oregon and find the right one for you.
6708 NE Glisan St #107, Portland, OR 97213
2900 Industrial Ave, Hubbard, OR 97032
9610 SW Sunshine Ct Suite 100 A, Beaverton, OR 97005
5832 SE 85th Ave, Portland, OR 97266
1137 SW Yamhill St #101, Portland, OR 97205
6423 NW St Helens Rd, Portland, OR 97210
16110 SE 106th Ave, Clackamas, OR 97015
8110 SW Nimbus Ave, Beaverton, OR 97008
15065 SW 74th Ave, Portland, OR 97224
33374 Scappoose Vernonia Hwy, Scappoose, OR 97056
6950 SW Hampton St, Portland, OR 97223
8255 SW Hunziker St Suit 103, Tigard, OR 97223
Today's Homeowner looks at dozens of datapoints on roofing companies to come up with our data-driven rankings. It's not possible for a company to pay for preferential treatment in our rankings. We look at the following key factors in determining who should top our list:
|Material||Life Span||Energy Effiency Rating||Average Cost Per Sq Ft|
|Asphalt||15 - 20 years|| ||$3.00 - $7.00|
|Concrete (faux clay tile)||50 years|| ||$8.00 - $19.00|
|Metal||40-60 years|| ||$5.00 - $14.00|
|Slate||60 - 125 years|| ||$15.00 - $40.00|
|Clay||80 - 100 years|| ||$12.00 - $25.00|
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Roofing contractors in Oregon must be licensed through the Oregon Construction Contractors Board. To obtain licensure, contractors must be bonded and insured.
There are a number of criteria you can use to choose the best roofing contractor near you, including:
Roof repair costs vary widely depending on what repairs you need. The average cost in Oregon is around $1,000, but for a more accurate estimate you should ask a local contractor directly.
Typically, homeowners in Oregon pay around $8,282 for roof replacement. This cost will vary depending on your location, and will be influenced by factors like the material used, how many stories your home has, and the size and accessibility of your roof.
You (or a professional) should clean your roof about once annually. If you live in an area that has more trees, or if there's frequently buildup of moss, mold, mildew, or leaves, you may need to clean your roof more often.