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How Central Oregon Weather Impacts Your Asphalt Shingle Roof

Central Oregon's diverse weather patterns—from heavy snowfall to high winds and intense sun—can take a toll on your asphalt shingle roof. Understanding how these conditions affect your roofing material can help you take proactive measures to maintain its integrity. In this blog, we'll explore how Central Oregon weather impacts your roof and what you can do to protect it.


Heavy Snowfall

Snow accumulation can add significant weight to your roof, potentially causing structural damage. The freeze-thaw cycle can also lead to ice dams, which prevent melting snow from draining properly.



High Winds

Central Oregon experiences high winds that can lift shingles, allowing water to penetrate your roof. Wind damage can be subtle, so regular inspections are crucial.


Intense Sun

Prolonged exposure to intense sun can cause shingles to crack, curl, or lose their granules. UV rays can weaken the material, reducing its lifespan.



Is your roof showing signs of sun damage? Schedule an inspection now.


Rain and Hail

Frequent rain can lead to leaks, while hail can cause significant damage to shingles and gutters. Inspecting your roof after storms is essential to catch and repair damage early.


Temperature Fluctuations

The significant temperature changes in Central Oregon, especially between day and night, can cause roofing materials to expand and contract. This can lead to cracks and other forms of damage over time.



Call to Action: Worried about temperature damage? Schedule a free consultation with us.


Understanding how Central Oregon weather impacts your roof can help you take preventative measures and address issues promptly. Regular inspections and maintenance tailored to local weather conditions are key to prolonging your roof's lifespan.


Protect your roof from Central Oregon's weather extremes. Call us today to schedule a free inspection and keep your roof in top condition.

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