Roof Repair Portland

Professional Roof Leak Repair and other Roof Repair Services in Gresham, Boring, Happy Valley, Clackamas and the surrounding Portland areas.

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Are You Looking for a Local and Trusted Roof Repair Company in East Portland?

Many roofing companies in East Portland turn down smaller residential and commercial roof repair jobs, but not us. No job is too small or too big for our team of roof repair experts.

We are the number one source for roof repair and roof replacement in Gresham, Troutdale, Boring, Oregon City and surrounding East Portland areas.

Why Choose HOMEMASTERS for your Roof Repair?

  • Free Roof Inspections: Our expert team will come out to your home or business to perform a thorough roof inspection. This lets us pinpoint exactly what is wrong with your roof and know how best to fix it. We'll also provide a comprehensive roof repair estimate.
  • Roof Repairs Done Right: We offer a wide range of roof repair services, so you can count on us to handle all types of issues—from loose or missing shingles to leaks and water damage, and everything in between.
  • 24/7 Emergency Services: Seeing water enter your house can be a very scary feeling. Our emergency roofing team is here to answer your call as soon as you need us.

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Roof Repair Services in East Portland

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Common signs that a roof needs repair include: missing or damaged shingles, leaks, dark spots or stains on the ceiling, sagging or uneven roof deck, and granules in the gutters. It's also important to check for cracked or missing caulk or rust on flashing.

Roof Repair Services we Offer:

  • Replacing missing or damaged shingles
  • Fixing leaks in the roof
  • Sealing around vents, chimneys, and skylights
  • Repairing or replacing flashing (the material used to seal around roof penetrations)
  • Cleaning and maintaining gutters and downspouts
  • Inspecting and repairing the attic insulation
  • Fixing any structural damage to the roof deck
  • Applying a new coat of sealant or paint to protect the roof from the elements
  • Removing moss or algae buildup
  • Replacing or repairing damaged or missing roof tiles.
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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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Emergency Roof Leak Repair in East Portland

There can be several signs why your roof may be leaking.

Some of the more common signs of a roof leak can include, water spots on the ceiling, stains around the bathroom fan, and mold on exterior walls. If you notice any of these issues, contact us as soon as possible to prevent possible further damage.

We offer Emergency Roof Tarping to help stop the intrusion of water.

Common causes of Roof leaks:

  • Storm Damage - East Portland gets a lot of stormy weather. Strong winds can cause shingles to blow off the roof and introduce debris such as tree limbs that damage the roof or cause a backup of water.
  • Roof flashing failure - Metal flashing is used in several areas on your roof. Such as around chimneys, skylights, and pipe boots. Failures can be caused by improper installation or they can fail over time due to rust or cracking.
  • Ice Dam Buildup - Ice dams are caused when snow buildup melts and then refreezes when temperatures drop. These ice dams can cause water to back up into the eaves and lead to water leaking into your attic and living space.
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Frequently Asked Roof Repair Questions

The cost of roof repair can vary depending on several factors, including the type of roof, and the extent of the damage to your roof.

The cost of roof repair can be influenced by various factors, including:
  • Type of Roof: The cost of repairing a flat roof, for example, will differ from the cost of repairing a pitched roof. The materials used for the roof can also affect the cost of repair.
  • The extent of the Damage: The more extensive the damage, the more costly the repairs will be.
  • Roof Accessibility: If your roof is hard to reach or requires special equipment to access, the cost of repair can increase.

Yes! When it comes to repairing a metal roof, it's important to work with a roofing contractor who has experience working with this type of roofing material. Metal roofs require different techniques and materials than other types of roofs, so it's important to choose a contractor who knows how to work with metal.

While metal roofs are known for their durability and longevity, they can still develop problems over time. Common issues with metal roofs include rust, leaks, and damage from severe weather. Fortunately, we have the expertise and tools to repair these issues and keep your metal roof in top condition.

The short answer is yes, you can repair a roof with two layers of shingles. However, there are a few things you need to consider.

Firstly, if the damage to the roof is extensive, such as significant structural damage, repairing a roof with two layers of shingles may not be possible. In this case, a complete roof replacement may be necessary.

Secondly, if the roof has two layers of shingles, it may be more challenging to locate and repair the source of the problem. Water leaks, for example, can be difficult to locate due to the multiple layers of shingles.

Thirdly, if the roof is too heavy, it may put additional stress on the structure of the house. Most building codes only allow for one layer of shingles on a roof, and adding a second layer can exceed the weight limits.

Finally, repairing a roof with two layers of shingles can be more expensive than repairing a single-layer roof, as both layers of shingles need to be removed before making the repair.

It's best to consult a licensed roofing contractor who can provide you with a professional assessment of your roof's condition and recommend the best course of action.

If your roof has suffered damage from a storm, for example, you may be wondering whether your homeowner's insurance will cover the cost of repairs. The answer is, it depends on several factors.

Most homeowners' insurance policies will cover roof repair if the damage is caused by a covered peril, such as wind, hail, or fire. However, if the damage is the result of neglect, wear and tear, or a lack of maintenance, your insurance policy may not cover the cost of repairs.

It's also important to note that insurance coverage may vary depending on your policy and the insurance company you have. Some policies may have a deductible that you need to pay before the insurance kicks in, while others may have exclusions that specifically exempt certain types of damage.

To determine whether your insurance policy covers roof repair, it's best to contact your insurance company directly and speak to a representative. They can provide you with more information about your policy, the coverage it provides, and what you need to do to file a claim if your roof is damaged.

In most cases, roof repair is not tax-deductible. However, there are some exceptions to this rule. If the roof repair was the result of a natural disaster or other catastrophic events, you may be able to claim a casualty loss deduction on your tax return.

A casualty loss is defined by the IRS as damage or loss of property resulting from an identifiable event that is sudden, unexpected, or unusual. This can include damage to your roof from events such as a hurricane, tornado, or fire.

To claim a casualty loss deduction for roof repair, you will need to provide documentation that proves the extent of the damage, the cost of the repairs, and that the loss was not covered by insurance. You will also need to itemize your deductions on your tax return, rather than taking the standard deduction.

It's important to note that there are limits to the amount of casualty loss deductions you can claim on your tax return, and the specific rules can vary depending on your individual circumstances. As always, it's best to consult with a tax professional or accountant to determine whether you are eligible for a tax deduction for your roof repair expenses.

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Hiring the Right Contractor Makes All the Difference

  • 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.