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Northwest Roof Experts

(541) 399-8272

Full Service Residential and Commercial Roofers serving
Hood River and The Dalles, OR.

Residential Roofing Contractors

At Hood River Roofing you can count on an expert team of Residential Roofing Contractors with decades of experience roofing the Pacific Northwest from Hood River to The Dalles, White Salmon to Washougal, and all the way up and down the Columbia River Gorge.

Our residential roofing contractors are there to provide you with all the information you will need throughout the entire roofing process, from start to finish. We make the most of our expertise in all areas of residential roofing from insurance adjustments to installation, and from roof maintenance and repairs. 

When thinking about the roof of your home, there are many roofing options available for just about every budget. Some are more expensive while others can actually be quite affordable and easy to maintain.

Of all the types of roofing on the market, asphalt shingles are one of the most versatile and affordable roofing options used in Oregon and Washington homes today. These shingles come in a huge variety of styles, allowing your asphalt shingle installation to take on just about any look you like.

Residential roofing can also be made of cedar slate shingles, an option that many homeowners find appealing. These are wooden shakes split from logs, providing a more natural and textured look. This distinguishes them from other roofing options such as asphalt shingles.

Other options can include ceramic, clay, or concrete tile, even metal such as aluminum or steel roofing. Regional weather may also play an important role in the type of roof you decide to choose for your home.

Regardless of choice, a beautiful roof can dramatically change the overall look and feel of your home. With a little bit of research, you may find yourself considering a new style and material, rather than simply replicating the one that’s currently installed. 

Today, most Oregon roofing companies can provide a wide range of roofing options and alternatives. For this reason, we’ve prepared a list of different types of roofing materials to consider for your next roof remodel or replacement project.

Residential Roofing Contractors

Residential Roofing Types

Asphalt Shingles

Affordable and versatile, they are the most common and popular option around today. We work with three-tab shingles and architectural style shingles from leading manufacturers. Made from a fiberglass base and topped with asphalt and mineral granules, they come in a variety of colors and styles.

Metal Shingles and Shakes

Panels and shingles made of metal are available in many attractive styles and colors. Metal shingles can also be fabricated to look and feel very much like traditional wood, slate and asphalt shingles. It is an extremely water-resistant option ideal for those seeking the advantages of having a metal roof.

Standing Seam Metal Roofing

This is the most common type of metal roofing. It is made of aluminum or steel metal panels that meet in interlocking raised seams to keep moisture out. It is fully fireproof and recyclable, and can withstand heavy snow and rainfall. The typical lifespan can last upwards of 50 years.

Ceramic Roofing Tiles

One of the most important advantages of ceramic or tile roofing is its lifespan. A well maintained, ceramic tile roof adds character to your home and can last for 50 or more years. Made from clay and fired for hardness, they can be molded into rolled or interlocking shapes and come in many colors and styles.

Wood or Cedar Shakes

Cedar shakes are split from wooden logs and are amongst the most beautiful roofing available. They require regular maintenance, but provide a rustic and tailored look ideal for older homes. They are durable, ecological and come in a number of colors including shades of red, brown, gold and ambar.

Slate Roof Shingles

Made from thin sheets of real stone, slate shingles provide a more sophisticated and upscale look. They are considered one of the most beautiful and costly roofing options on the market today. They provide fire resistance, invulnerability to rot and can last upwards of 100 years or more.

Synthetic Slate

Synthetic slate roofing is made to look and feel like an authentic slate roof, without the heaviness and installation difficulty. It provides the same beauty and curb appeal, but is lightweight, easier to install and designed to be fire resistant. It is also less expensive than traditional slate roofing.

Concrete Tile Roofing

Although not as common in the Pacific Northwest, clay or concrete tiles provide extreme durability but are much heavier and expensive than other materials. They come in a variety of colors and styles and can outperform many other roofing materials and can last for more than a century.

Most Common Roof Types

Our roofing contractors are experts in offering quality solutions, superior craftsmanship and fair pricing. Here are some of the common roofing systems we work with.

Flat and Low Slope Roofs

Most commonly found in large commercial buildings such as offices, warehouses, shopping centers and box stores, while low slope roofs can also be found on apartments and industrial buildings facilitating water runoff.

Pitched, Hip and Gable Roofs

These roof styles slope downwards, typically in two to four parts from a central ridge. Less commonly found in commercial buildings, they can include a wide variety of materials such as metal roofing, asphalt shingles, slate or cedar.

Expert Residential Roofing Contractors

Residential Metal Roofing

Choosing the right contractor may very well be one of the hardest parts of having your roof worked on or replaced. That’s why at Hood River Roofing we’re there for you every step of the way, from your initial roof assessment to final inspection and delivery.

We’ve been serving Hood River and the surrounding Oregon and Washington communities for over two decades, bringing together the best area contractors and providing the best product warranties on the market. Our process is designed to deliver a hassle-free and efficient customer experience every time.

By filling out our Free Estimate form, you’ll provide us with a few key details about your home or project. Soon after, you’ll receive a call from your very own dedicated contractor, saving you time and answering any questions you may have.

Contact us or give us a call today. We are happy to serve you!

Service Areas

Serving the Columbia River Gorge, Hood River County and Wasco County

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