Roofing Contractor

Watch Out for Bad Roofing Advice

If you’re talking with potential roofing companies about constructing a new roof or repairing the one you have, it’s not uncommon to get some really bad roofing advice. Unfortunately, not all roofing companies are as reputable and honest as Pressure Point Roofing. Here are just a handful of things we’ve heard from our clients about…


The Risks Involved in DIY Roof Repairs

In the era of YouTube and DIY tutorials, you may be tempted to take on some major home improvement projects, including repairing your roof. While your enthusiasm is commendable, navigating the shingles and gutters isn’t as easy—or safe—as painting a room or building a bookshelf. 


Spring Residential Roofing Maintenance Tips

Owning a home comes with responsibilities. With spring just around the corner, it pays to conduct inspections and repairs to ensure the aesthetic appeal and functionality of your home. One of the best places to start is the roof. Pressure Point Roofing, Inc. discusses spring residential roof maintenance tips that can help keep your home safe and…


4 Reasons Roofs Fail

Your roof is one the most important components of your home because it protects your property from the elements. When a roof begins to fail, it can be costly and time-consuming to repair or replace. Understanding why roofs fail in the first place is crucial to ensure that your new exterior replacement in Medford, OR…


Top Reasons Roofs Need Repairs

Roofs can sustain damage for various reasons. No matter the roofing issue you have, you must address it immediately. Putting off repairs will only cost you more in the long run. 


What Can Increase the Cost of Your Roof Replacement?

Part of planning a roof replacement is creating a budget. Several factors can affect the cost of your project, including material, size and contractor. Getting estimates from multiple companies will give you an idea of how much it would cost to replace your roof.


4 Quick Tips on Hiring Roofing Contractors

Remember: a roofing project is essentially a collaboration between you and your contractor. That’s why it’s important that you hire a residential roofing contractor who’s a good match for your needs.  To help you get started on the hiring process, here are some quick vetting tips: 


What Are the Pros and Cons of a Roof-Over?

You can choose between a complete tear-off or a roof-over when it comes to old asphalt shingles. When layering over the old roofing, the installer simply places the new shingles over the existing ones. One the other hand, with a total tear-off, your contractor removes the old shingles before installing your new roof.


Duro-Last® Single-Ply Roofing Membrane: Features & Benefits

Duro-Last® single-ply PVC commercial roofing system works well with all flat or low-sloped roofs. Only authorized contractors like Pressure Point Roofing, Inc. can install this roofing product. Moreover, your roofer can easily install it without affecting building operations.