East Portland Roofing Services

Professional Roofing Services in Gresham, Boring, Happy Valley, Clackamas and the surrounding areas.

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Roofing Installation Services in East Portland

East Portland experiences some of the most extreme weather conditions that the Pacific Northwest has to offer. That's why we use the absolute highest quality roofing materials. Our roofs are backed by a strong warranty and satisfaction guaranteed.

We are the number one source for roofing repair and replacement in Gresham, Troutdale, Boring and surrounding areas.

We offer comprehensive roofing care from start to finish. With over 30 years of experience, we know every type of roof and roofing material, including asphalt & fiberglass shingles, composite, metal or rubber roofing, and every type of pitched roofing and flat roofs. Making the right choice among roofing companies is every bit as crucial as making sure that high quality materials are used for your roofing services.

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Some of our Roofing Options

We offer a large variety of roofing options and services.

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Roofing Services We Offer in East Portland

We are the best Roofing Contractor in Gresham

With over 30 years of experience, multiple certifications, and ongoing training under our belt, you can trust that HOMEMASTERS is the right team to make your upcoming roofing project a complete success.

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Industry-Leading warranties

As a CertainTeed SELECT ShingleMaster™ contractor, HOMEMASTERS is able to offer our customers up to a 50-Year Limited Warranty.

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At HOMEMASTERS we understand the financial hardship the recent Coronavirus Pandemic has caused our individuals and businesses. This is why we are happy to announce 0% interest and no payments for 12 months for those who qualify.

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Benefits of Replacing your Roof

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East Portland experiences some of the harshest weather in the country. Besides fixing roof leaks or general roof repair. Here are some other reasons why you may want to replace your roof.

Improved Energy Efficiency

A new roof can provide better insulation, helping to reduce heating and cooling costs.

Enhanced Appearance

Replacing an old, worn-out roof can significantly improve the appearance and curb appeal of a property.

Better Protection

A new roof can better protect against weather damage, such as wind, rain, and hail, as well as water damage from leaks.

Increased Durability

A new roof is typically made with more durable materials and is installed with better technology, resulting in a longer lifespan compared to an older roof.

Improved Ventilation

Proper roof ventilation can help extend the life of a roof and prevent issues such as mold growth and condensation. A new roof installation can include improved ventilation systems.

Increased Property Value

A new roof can add value to a property, making it more attractive to potential buyers.


A new roof typically comes with a warranty, providing peace of mind and protection against future repairs.

Frequently Asked Roofing Questions

The cost to replace a roof varies depending on several factors. Some of which you'll have control over, such as what roofing materiel is used, and some you won’t such as the size of the roof.

Some other factors that can influence the cost of a new roof is the pitch of the roof, the complexity of the roof design, if your roof needs new plywood, the ventilation system, as well as the overall surface area of your new roof.

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The frequency of roof replacement depends on several factors, such as the type of roofing material used, the quality of the installation, and the local climate. Different roofing materials have varying lifespans, with some lasting longer than others. For example, a metal roof can last anywhere from 40 to 70 years, while an asphalt shingle roof typically lasts 20 to 30 years.

However, the lifespan of a roof also depends on factors such as proper maintenance, local weather conditions, and the quality of the installation. For example, a roof installed poorly or subjected to harsh weather conditions may need to be replaced sooner than one that has been well-maintained and installed with high-quality materials.

To ensure the longevity of your roof, it is important to have regular inspections to identify any potential problems and address them promptly. If you notice any signs of wear and tear, such as missing or damaged shingles, leaks, or sagging, it may be time to consider replacing your roof. Caring for your roof every year is important to extending the life of it. Inexpensive regular Professional roof maintenance can extend the life of the roof dramatically. By being proactive and taking care of your roof, you can protect your home and avoid costly repairs in the future.

The time it takes to replace a roof can vary depending on several factors, such as the size of the roof, the complexity of the roof design, the materials being used, and the weather conditions.

For a small or simple residential roof, our team of professional roofers may be able to complete the job in just one or two days. However, larger or more complex projects can take several days or even up to a week to complete. The weather conditions can also play a large role in determining the length of time it takes to replace a roof, as rain, snow, and high winds can all slow down the process.

Replacing a roof is a complex process that requires careful planning and execution to ensure that the job is done properly and the end result is a new, durable roof that will protect your home for years to come.

Overall, the length of time it takes to replace a roof depends on a variety of factors and can range from a few days to several weeks. If you're considering replacing your roof, it's important to choose a reputable and experienced roofing contractor who can help you determine the timeline for your project and provide a realistic estimate of how long it will take to complete.

Roofs have a finite lifespan and will eventually need to be replaced. Knowing when to replace your roof can be a challenge, but there are several key indicators that you should look out for.

  • Leaks: If your roof is leaking, it is a clear indication that it needs to be repaired or replaced. If it's leaking in multiple locations, it's more thank likely time to replace your whole roof.
  • Missing or Damaged Shingles: If you have missing or damaged shingles, it can cause water to penetrate into your home and cause damage to your roof deck and the interior of your home.
  • Sagging: If you notice that your roof is sagging, it can be a sign of a structural problem and should be inspected by a professional as soon as possible.
  • Curling or Buckling Shingles: If your shingles are curling or buckling, it can indicate that they are reaching the end of their life span.
  • Excessive Granule Loss: If you notice an excessive amount of granules from your asphalt shingles in your gutters or in the yard, it could indicate that your shingles are deteriorating and need to be replaced.

It is important to keep in mind that these are general guidelines, and the actual lifespan of your roof can be affected by several factors, such as the quality of the materials used, the climate in your area, and the proper maintenance and upkeep of your roof. Therefore, it's always best to consult with a professional roofer to determine the best course of action for your particular situation.

Whether or not you should stay home during your roof replacement is completely up to you. There are several factors that may impact your decision. First, roof replacement can be a noisy and disruptive process, and it may be difficult for you to carry out your normal activities while the work is being done. Second, roofing work can be dangerous, and there is a risk of falling debris or other hazards.

That being said, if you're unable to leave your home during the roof replacement, it is important to work with your roofing contractor to establish a plan for minimizing disruption and ensuring safety. Your contractor should be able to provide you with information on what to expect during the project, and what steps you can take to stay safe.

Ultimately, the decision of whether or not to stay home during a roof replacement should be based on your personal circumstances and comfort level. It is always best to consult with a professional roofing contractor to get advice and guidance on the best course of action for your particular situation.

Roof replacement typically includes the following components:

  • Removal of old roofing materials: This involves removing the existing shingles, tiles, or other roofing materials. This may also include removing old roof decking (plywood/OSB) or any other structural elements that are damaged or in poor condition.
  • Repair of roof decking: The roof decking (the underlying layer of wood or other material that supports the roofing materials) is inspected and any damaged or rotten areas are replaced.
  • Installation of new underlayment: A new layer of underlayment (a water-resistant barrier) is installed to protect the roof decking.
  • Installation of new flashing: Flashing is the metal or other material used to seal around chimneys, vents, and other penetrations in the roof. New flashing is installed to prevent water from seeping through these areas.
  • Installation of new roofing materials: The new roofing materials, such as shingles, tiles, or metal panels, are installed.
  • Clean up and debris removal: Our Roofing Team will clean up the worksite and dispose of any waste materials, including the old roofing materials.

Note that the specific components included in a roof replacement project can vary based on the type of roofing material being used, the roof's slope, and other factors.

The decision to repair or replace your roof can be a difficult one. On one hand, repairing a roof can be a cost-effective solution if the damage is relatively minor and the roof is relatively new. On the other hand, replacing a roof can provide peace of mind knowing that the new roof will provide long-term protection for your home and its contents. Here are some factors to consider when making the decision to repair or replace your roof:

Age of the roof: If your roof is approaching the end of its lifespan (usually around 20-25 years for asphalt shingles), it may be more cost-effective in the long run to replace the roof rather than make repairs. This is especially true if the roof has been poorly maintained and is showing signs of significant wear and tear.

Extent of the damage: If the damage to your roof is widespread or severe, it may be more cost-effective to replace the roof. For example, if more than one-third of the roof is damaged or if there is significant damage to the roof decking or underlying structure, a replacement may be necessary.

Type of roofing material: Some roofing materials are easier to repair than others. For example, asphalt shingle roofing can usually be repaired relatively easily, while tile roofing may require more extensive repairs.

Cost: The cost of repairing a roof can sometimes be higher than the cost of replacing the roof, especially if the damage is extensive or the roof is old. It is important to get a written estimate from a professional roofing contractor before making a decision.

In conclusion, the decision to repair or replace your roof should be based on a careful evaluation of the age of the roof, the extent of the damage, the type of roofing material, and the cost. Our team of roofing professionals can help you make this determination and provide you with a written estimate of the repair or replacement cost.

We take great care in conducting thorough inspections and providing comprehensive quotes. Our objective is to give you a complete and clear picture of the condition of your roof and the repairs or replacements that may be needed. We are able to provide a quote during the initial visit, typically within 90 minutes, ensuring a quick and efficient process. Furthermore, we are always honest with our clients and will advise you if your roof does not require any replacement or repair. Our top priority is to ensure that you are informed and make the best decision for your home.

Owens Corning Roofing Platinum Preferred Contractors are considered to be among the elite in the roofing industry. To be designated as a Platinum Preferred Contractor, the company must consistently demonstrate exceptional craftsmanship, dependability, and a commitment to professionalism that exceeds industry standards.

Because HOMEMASTERS is a Platinum Preferred Contractor, this allows us to offer the Platinum Protection warranty and 50-year coverage. This warranty is transferable to the next homeowner within the 50-year period, adding value to your home.

Another benefit of working with a Platinum Preferred Contractor is access to Owens Corning's technical support team. This team can provide assistance with product selection, installation, and warranty issues, ensuring a seamless and stress-free experience.

Overall, working with an Owens Corning Roofing Platinum Contractor can provide peace of mind and ensure a high-quality roofing experience from start to finish.

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A CertainTeed Select ShingleMaster roofing company is in the top 1% of roofing companies nationwide. To become a CertainTeed Select ShingleMaster, a roofing contractor must meet certain criteria and standards set by CertainTeed.

Some of the requirements for becoming a Select ShingleMaster include demonstrating Technical Expertise, a deep understanding of CertainTeed products, installation techniques, industry standards, and. This requires ongoing training and education for our entire roofing team.

By becoming a CertainTeed Select ShingleMaster, roofing contractors are recognized as experts in their field and are able to offer their customers the highest level of quality and service. This designation also gives contractors access to CertainTeed's technical support and unmatched product warranties.

Working with a Select ShingleMaster roofing company allows you to take advantage of an industry-leading warranty which includes:

  • A lifetime warranty, of 50 years on the shingles
  • Materials and labor costs are covered
  • Tear-off costs are covered
  • Disposal costs are covered
  • Non-prorated coverage
  • High-quality workmanship for 25 years

These five areas of coverage (plus the warranty on the shingles themselves) are why the program is called the Five-Star Extended Warranty.

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  • Fully licensed, bonded, and insured with industry-leading manufacturer and labor warranties.
  • The best customer service in the business, no joke!
  • Fantastic financing options including low interest, long-term loans, and zero-down, same-as-cash opportunities.
  • The highest-quality roofing products and certified, factory-trained roof technicians on every project with safety as our top priority.
  • 24/7 residential and commercial emergency roofing services and repairs, always available.