Affordable Quality Roofing
You won’t have to put up with anything less than the best. At a fair price, you will have a beautifully crafted roof.
We Value Your Wants & Needs
We treat you as if you were a member of our family, so your vision is our top priority.
Long-Lasting Roofs with Excellent Warranties
Quality roofing materials guarantee that ensure the longevity of your roof and the safety of your home.
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Why You Need A Professional Roofing Company in Oregon
Roofing projects should reflect your values, which is what we believe at Boss Roofing in Oregon. Homeowners know what’s best for their homes, and their vision should not only be met, but exceeded. Throughout the course of the project, you should never wonder if your roofing contractor will take your wishes into account or not.
That’s why we take it upon ourselves to ensure that you receive expert-level care and communicate with us throughout the entire process of building your dream roof in Oregon.
Our representative will quickly evaluate your property to determine the state of your roofing system. We will document our findings and provide a digital report along with photos during a free consultation.
There are no contracts to sign and no fees for this service. Boss Roofing has been regarded as one of the best roofing companies in Oregon. Whether you need a proper roof repair done to stop any kind of leaks or a full roof replacement, we have one of the most affordable roofing systems in Oregon. Call us today to schedule a free inspection.
Contact one of our highly skilled roofers to schedule an inspection. Your roof will be precisely inspected by a professional, and you will be told everything about it.
Now that you’ve considered the type and color of roof that is best suited to your home, it’s time to select your favorite! The estimator will help you make the right decision, and you can then schedule your roofing project with the production team.
Your assigned crew will begin the installation of your new roof immediately, allowing you to relax while the project unfolds in front of your eyes. Soon, your home will be the most beautiful on the block.
At the end of the day, you know what will work and what is best for you and your family in Oregon. While you make your decision on choosing a roofing company that suits you, it is important to remember that not every roofing company is made the same.
View our locations to see how we can meet your needs no matter where you are!
Questions & Answers
Below you’ll find the answers to Boss Roofing-Siding’s most frequently asked questions in Oregon. If you still can’t find the answer you’re looking for, contact us for answers to all your questions!
Roofs come in a variety of materials and styles. Among these are wood shake or composite roofs, asphalt shingles, metal roofs, flat roofs, foam roofs, or single-ply roofs. Other types of roofing include slate and tile. Your roof’s material and style will determine its repairing cost, additionally, the cost depends on the extent of the damage.
The typical homeowners insurance policy covers your roof and the cost of replacing it in the event it gets damaged. That’s the good news. In most cases, however, you are only covered if the damage or destruction is the result of a sudden accident or act of nature. Homeowners are not eligible for reimbursement for problems caused by general wear and tear or by roofs that have gone beyond their life expectancy.
The extent of the damage as well as the materials to be replaced play a major role in the durability of the roof repair. As an example, a comprehensive overhaul intended to replace structural support and underlying surfaces will likely last at least 20 years.
In general, asphalt shingles have a similar lifespan. Typically, metal flashings last for up to 80 years and slate replacements for up to a century. It is evident that much needs to be considered. In spite of this, most companies will offer you a warranty of at least 20 years
You can cause much more damage to your roof if you don’t know what you are doing. If you are reasonably handy and follow all safety precautions and package directions, you might be okay roofing your home yourself from DIY websites. It is still not as easy as they make it seem. Additionally, if your roof has special flashing concerns such as a steep pitch, a dead valley, hips, dormers, pitch changes, chimneys or other issues, you should NEVER do it yourself.