Nieves named Production Manager at Western Pacific Roofing

Western Pacific Roofing, LLC, has announced that Miguel Nieves has been named new Production Manager at their Clackamas location, effective July 25th, 2016. Miguel comes to Western Pacific Roofing after spending 4 years at Convoy Supply as an Inside Sales rep.   He brings with him years of experience in the roofing material industry and has […]

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GAF Congratulates Its 2015 TRIPLE EXCELLENCE AWARD WINNERS

Announcing The Industry’s Best Steep-Slope Contractors For 20 years, GAF Master Elite” Contractors have been the gold standard of our Certified Constructor Program. How do we know? Because more than 97.55% of the homeowners surveyed said they would recommend their Master Elite” Contractor to a friend or loved one!! We can’t thank each of you enough for your […]

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Eight Tips For Choosing an Oregon Roofing Contractor

BBB rating. Look for a company that is rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau. This tells you that the company is serious about maintaining high business standards and in dealing fairly with customers. Licensed, bonded, and insured. There are a lot of pretenders out there who will happily take your money (often at a […]

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Seven Signs that a Roof Repair Might be in Order

Roof repairs in the Portland, Oregon area are an inevitable fact of life. The damp climate of the Pacific Northwest can lead to plenty of roof issues, including moss, sagging, and of course, leaking. It’s a good idea to catch these issues early on, before they become larger, more costly issues. One way to stay […]

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Should You Purchase a Roofing Warranty?

Should you purchase a warranty for your roof job? Although top-rate materials and expert workmanship make it unlikely that you’ll have problems with a roof installed by Western Pacific Roofing, if you WERE to have a serious issue, the cost of fixing it can be high–sometimes as much as the cost of the roof itself! […]

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The Best Roof Types for Oregonians

We Oregonians love Oregon. But we definitely get our share of gray skies and rain here, especially west of the Cascades. If you’ve been considering replacing your roof, you may wonder whether certain roof types are better suited for Oregon’s damp climate than others. The answer is yes! While no roof type is necessarily a […]

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Avoiding Roofing Disasters

Western Pacific Roofing’s very own Tami Freeman presents some helpful information on how to avoid common roofing disasters.

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Statesman Journal’s Best of the Mid-Valley 2013

Voting is now underway for your favorite mid-Willamette Valley businesses in the Statesman Journal’s “Best of the Mid Valley” poll. We’re honored to have been nominated in the Roofing Company, Customer Service, and Green Business categories under Professional Services. Please head on over to the Statesman Journal’s website and show your love for the roofing […]

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Will a New Roof Increase the Value of Your Home?

The definitive answer is…yes! Well…and no. It’s generally believed that a new roof often won’t increase the value of your home unless the current roof is in poor condition. And even then, a new roof may not increase the value of the home enough to cover the cost. This occasionally comes as a surprise to […]

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10 Signs That You Might…Just MIGHT…Need a New Roof

You can gaze directly up at the stars from bed at night. A rainy day results in the opening of umbrellas–INSIDE the house. The bottom’s of Dad’s shoes suddenly appear next to the ceiling light. Mowing the lawn is preceded by picking shingles out of the grass. Your real estate agent looks up, slowly shakes […]

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GAF Master Elite Roofer: What Does It Mean?

GAF Master Elite Roofing Contractor. Western Pacific Roofing is proudly certified as such, but what does it mean? The GAF Master Elite Roofer designation means that we are fully licensed to perform roofing in the state of Oregon and Washington. You might be surprised how many roofing companies are NOT properly licensed. It means that […]

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