Wood decks are probably one of the most exposed wood structures you will have in your home. It is subjected to heat, cold, dry and wet weather so you need extra care for these extensions to last. First, You have to check decks for damages. These are not just limited to worn or warped wood boards, but also loose nails, dry rot, mold, mildew and other growths that can make the deck slippery and dangerous.
Whether a residential roofing project happens relies largely on whether you have the financial liquidity required for it or not. We understand that this is by no means a simple endeavor, which is why we offer a financing program. This program is not a one-size-fits-all affair; in order to get the best option for your needs, we encourage you to speak with us about your project so that we can help you figure out the best financing option for your needs.
The urban heat island effect (UHI) is a phenomenon where urban areas generate more heat than the surrounding, rural areas. These areas are hotter for a variety of reasons and can increase heat signatures by up to 10 degrees. Luckily, this phenomenon can be addressed partly by careful residential roofing and planning.
When someone repairs or replaces your roof, you can’t climb the top of your house and monitor the workmanship of the crew you hire. You can only hope that you choose the right contractor once the contract is signed. [Read more…]
As one of the leading and most-trusted local residential roofing companies in southern Oregon, Pressure Point Roofing, Inc. is the contractor to call for quality roofing services. With nearly three decades of professional experience, we know the right solutions to offer when your home starts experiencing roofing problems. [Read more…]
Welcome to the Pressure Point Roofing, Inc. blog! With nearly 30 years of professional experience, we have established ourselves as one of the most-trusted providers of roof repair, replacement and maintenance, offering both residential and commercial services designed to suit the unique requirements of all property owners in southern Oregon.