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01/03/2016
By: Chris S.
Bliss Roofing, Inc.
This company had to replace the roof they installed on my brand new house a few months after the initial install due to a defect. Their unsupervised installation crew severely damaged my new home when they removed the old shingles and they just let them slide off the roof. This scratched 6 windows and wrecked the paint across the entire house. The reason why they aren't getting one star is they were quite friendly and they did have the house repainted and replaced the windows, but my fence was still scratched up really bad and the amount of time I invested back and forth with contractors for days and days and days to correct thier screw ups was not compensated for. The owner bragged to me about how he has 85 employees and is semi-retired, and is obviously now a multimillionaire. Overall it was a miserable experience. This guy is rich enough already. He doesn't want/need your business.
10/19/2014
By: phonexchange
Western Pacific Roofing
Their roofers in Portland did n amazing job on our roof! Their guys were very presentable and professional around our family and kids. We would totally invite these guys over for our backyard BBQ's and recommend them to our neighbors for their roofing install and repair needs!
Tips & Advices
The most common types of roofing material are:
  • Asphalt shingles
  • Metal roofing
  • Slate shingles
  • Concrete roofing
Metal roofing material and algae-resistant asphalt shingles are the appropriate roofing material for rainy climates.
Houses located in  areas which are prone to wildfires, should avoid the use of flammable roofing materials such as wood shingles.
Not only should you ask to get in contact with past clients, it is also recommended that  homeowners visit projects currently underway to see how the contractor or company actually performs during a job. You can also go online and check out other customer reviews.
Reputable roofers do offer a warranty against poor workmanship. Additionally, the material used often carries a warranty from the manufacturer against defects (assuming proper installation). It is the homeowner’s responsibility to check on the availability of all such warranties before any work is performed.

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