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ERS is your number one choice for residential roofing services. Buying a new roof is a significant investment. Before you spend your money, be sure to take some time to learn how to evaluate roofing contractors. You should insist on working with a professional, licensed contractor. It’s always good to consider experience and length of time in the business. Most important, though, is what their previous clients have to say. At Executive Roof Services, we’ve spent decades building our reputation and can ensure the highest quality craftsmanship in the business of residential and commercial roofing.
Roofing That Increases The Energy Efficiency of Your Home and Decreases Environmental Impact
A sound roofing system does more than protect you and your belongings from the unpredictable outdoor elements, and it keeps you comfortable. We also know that residents in our service area value environmental sustainability. Since most construction projects involve some form of waste production, we do our best to minimize the impact.
Since hot air rises, warm air naturally makes its way into an attic, and it will remain there if the area is poorly ventilated. On a 90-degree day, attic temperatures can reach 140° or higher, and this unventilated air can work its way back into lower level living spaces and cause AC units, fans, and other energy-consuming appliances to work harder. This is no small thing when you consider that cooling accounts for 6% of total utility costs in the average home. With proper ventilation, however, this warm air finds its way up and out of the house rather than staying trapped.
Our employees work with roofing and repair materials from CertainTeed®, a leader in environmental stewardship. CertainTeed® high-quality asphalt roofing shingles come in a wide variety of styles and colors for residential applications. Asphalt roofing shingles are the most commonly used residential roofing products in the market. There are three significant categories of roofing shingles, including strip roofing shingles, dimensional roofing shingles, and premium roofing shingles. Their factory waste is recycled, and their products are designed to “improve energy efficiency and reduce the environmental footprint of homes and buildings.”
Why Should You Hire Us for Residential Roofing?
When it comes to getting to know the needs of homeowners, not every roofing company puts in their best effort. Since every individual has their specific list of needs and requirements, many roofing service providers just refuse to put any effort into getting to know their potential clients. However, we understand that the roof plays a big part in making your house a home, and it’s because of that reason, we provide services fully customized to your very last demand.
We offer a broad range of excellent roofing services including, roof installation, roof replacement, and roof repair. If your problem happens to be anything related to roofs, you can count on us to find the best solution. We understand that residential roofs require different treatment than their commercial counterparts, which is why we take every step possible to ensure your home doesn’t lose its identity after we’re done. Our expert technicians specialize in both low-slope and steep-slope roofing services and work according to the standard set by your local roofing authority. Let Executive Roof Services make your roof the best one in the neighborhood!
Lake Oswego is a smaller suburb of Portland, Oregon, sitting about 8 miles south of Portland and surrounding Oswego Lake. The city was founded in 1847 and it was the central hub of Oregon’s short-lived iron industry in the late 1800s. Today, Lake Oswego is known for being one of the more affluent suburbs of Portland, often home to celebrities and athletes, like players of the Portland TrailBlazers, Portland’s NBA franchise. Some celebrities and athletes from Lake Oswego are Kevin Love (NBA player), Neil Lomax (NFL player), and Julianne Phillips (model/actress). With about 37,000 people in the city, Lake Oswego remains one of Portland’s largest suburbs. Along with the lake surrounding the town, the city maintains about 600 acres of parks for the residents to enjoy. Originally home to the Clackamas Tribe, European settlers came in the early 1800s. Iron ore was discovered in the area in 1865, and it kicked off Oregon’s iron industry. In the 1880s, railroads were established to link Lake Oswego with Portland via a 7 mile-long line. The city received mass transit services in the mid-1950s and it ended up merging into what would eventually turn into Tri-Met, the Portland Metro’s primary source of mass transportation.