Normally, the term “storm chasers” is used to describe people who follow and report adverse weather. In the roofing business, the term takes on a different slant. When it concerns roofers, a storm chaser refers someone with less than moral principals who take advantage of businesses and homeowners after a big storm. They often are not roofers at all, but show up offering great prices to fix damages done by recent storms.
In the Portland area, there is not much severe weather, such as tornadoes and severe thunderstorms, but damage is often done by successive heavy rain. This makes area residents and business owners’ prime targets for scammers posing as roofers. It is always best to choose a contractor from your own area to avoid being taken advantage of. These storm chasers will most often offer ridiculously low prices and will promise quick service, and will want the money up front, before any work is done.
We are Portland area roofers who have been in business many years, and have won many distinguishable awards, such as being the recipients of service awards for the National Consumer Referral List every year from 2006-2011. We have earned rave reviews on Angie’s List year after year. The reason is simple; we take pride in our ethics and our work. Serving the Portland area has been our pleasure, and we will continue to provide quality, honest work at reasonable prices.