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In need of a recommended local roofer? An approved Plentific roofer is the Pro for the job! Whether you need services for chimney design, guttering installation, roof clearing or even thatch roof repair, simply post your job to receive quotes from top roofers near you.

Featured Pros for Roofer

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Savas Construction Ltd
Roofer in London, SW15 3PN
Jono Rae Maintenance And Renovations Ltd
Roofer in Worcester Park, KT4 8JX
United Facilities
Roofer in London, EC1V 2NX
Yosuke Trading
Roofer in Bishop'S Stortford, CM23 5DS
VladImir Galichyan
Roofer in London, N10 1AN
DOE: Design & Build Ltd
Roofer in London, EC1V 2NX
Avantgarde | Property Renovation & Alteration
Roofer in London, WC2H 9JQ
Xpressworkforce
Roofer in Croydon, CR0 4WF
Zest Property Services
Roofer in Wimbledon, SW19 2TJ
FLR PROCUREMENT LIMITED
Roofer in London, SW15 2BF
JIL Services
Roofer in London, W9 1QU
First Step Property Services Ltd
Roofer in Ilford, IG1 4QR

Latest Roofer Reviews

M.C.P. PROPERTY SERVICES LIMITED
15 Mar 2019
Handyperson 24/7 Maintenance
2 Mar 2019
A very efficient service - he was at my house 2 hours after I booked him. He was polite, tidy and did a very good job. I would recommend and use again
4 ALL CONSTRUCTION LTD
1 Mar 2019
Richardson Builders
26 Feb 2019
Good work done in good time

Finding a roofer

Roof work is something you should never attempt, even if you’re up for a bit of DIY. It can be extremely dangerous, which is why getting the right professional is so important. Plentific can help you find your ideal roofer by generating a bespoke list of the best options in your local area, each of which will have a website profile where you can inspect their reviews, qualifications and past jobs. Each and every job booked via Plentific will also be covered by the Plentific Guarantee.

What do you need to know about hiring a roofer?

Before making a final choice it is a good idea to have a roofer assess your personal situation. This can give them an idea of the materials and skills required and help them with your quote. Gather a few quotes to compare, but make sure they cover the services you specifically need. You may need more specialist services in leadwork and thatching, and there could be potential complications that could affect your price breakdown. Be prepared to take advice as well; you may find there are ways for you to save money.

Roofing can be a dangerous job, so you want to be sure of your choice’s professionalism as well as their experience. They should definitely have a Construction Skills Certification Scheme card (CSCS), as this will not only speak for their skills but also means they have passed a CITB Health, Safety and Environment Test. Membership in an organisation like the Institute of Roofing is also a good sign, though you can also check the grade of someone’s membership. Ensure that your choices follow appropriate safety procedures. On-the-job injury as a result of safety negligence will benefit no-one. If you have been working with other tradespeople it is likely that they will know a roofer that they can recommend. Even so, be sure to look at the experience of your choices. Have they completed similar jobs in the past and, if so, can they provide customer reviews or photographic evidence?

After assessing the job your choices should be able to offer you an hourly, daily or fixed rate. Ask for a price breakdown, as this can help you avoid hidden fees or going over budget, and be sure that their quote covers the cost of materials. In the event that they need to bring in additional workers or materials, ask them if this will affect the quote they gave you.

Prior to signing, ensure that your choice has adequate insurance policies and guarantees against accidental damage. Roofing is a dangerous job, requiring specialised safety equipment. They should also have policies in place in case you are unsatisfied with their finished work. Will they pay for or return to fix any damage they do, and will this incur any additional costs?

An experienced professional should be able to provide all of this information. If they cannot, or are hesitant to do so, it would be wise to continue your search.

What does a roofer do?

A roofer is an expert in replacing, repairing and installing different types of roofing. Their role can include repairing or removing broken tiles, assessing the quality of and repairing roof timbers, cutting and fitting materials, thatching or other tasks, depending on the job. They are comfortable working heights, and will usually work with plumbers and joiners on more complex projects.

How much does it cost to hire a roofer?

There is not an established average rate for hiring a roofer as the price will depend on the nature of the job. The materials required, the height and accessibility of the roof, location of the property, scaffolding needs, length of the job and the number of labourers needed can all raise the price. Ask for a breakdown of the costs and be sure to gather several quotes to compare. Payment will usually be given after the project is completed and all parties are satisfied, but on larger or more complex jobs accept that you may be asked to pay a deposit. This should never be more than half of the total quote.

Latest Roofer Jobs Posted

Sandra
Clear out leaves from guttering on smallsmall terraced house front and back.
C
A surveyor report: Investigate Roof saddle - flashing / Soaker between the Pitched Roof and Chimney. Remove / re-fix slated
Shantel
Need to have my chimney stack removed because it is leaning. Sorry asking for a quote again because I can't access the link that was sent to me.
Pearl
The roof of my shed needs replacing so that no rain gets into my shed. I want the quote to include taking away all rubbish
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