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What You'll Get
Without regular care, neglected roofs will push off homes and flap away into the horizon in search of a cleaner roost. Keep your nest together with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $119 for a gutter cleaning, moss treatment, and roof debris cleanup for up to a 4,000-square-foot roof (a $369 value)
- $149 for the above, plus yard cleanup, filling up to two large yard-waste bags (a $429 value)
An experienced tech shimmies onto roofs where they clear away any debris before plucking out waste packed into gutters.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Valid for up to 4,000 sq ft. Valid within 25 miles of downtown Portland. Extra $50 fee for harnessing for steep-pitched roofs, ladders higher than 24ft, or severe moss. Extra $20 per bag fee for additional bags of clean-up. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About C.D. Northwest
In 2009, current owner and native Oregonian Chris Peterson revived his family’s defunct, nearly 20-year-old roofing business with the decision to make eco-friendly practices the foundation of C.D. Northwest’s roof-strengthening services. Chris threw all the know-how he had gained from growing up with the company and the knowledge he accrued earning a degree in business administration into reopening C.D. Northwest’s doors. Now, Chris and his small crew of dedicated workers tend to roofs on commercial buildings and residential homes, from bungalows and ranches to three-story Victorians made of glass. That eco-friendly mission has held fast, forming the basis for even the most basic services, such as scouring roofs with a nontoxic cleaning chemical. To keep Mother Nature and karma on its side, the team at C.D. Northwest continually contributes to a variety of charities including Friends of Trees and the SMART program, which aims to teach kids how to read.