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What services do roofers in Cambridge offer?
Roofers in Cambridge can carry out a range of services, including:
- Replacing damaged or missing tiles made from cement, clay or slate for pitched roofs
- Measuring and fitting bitumen-based felt, asphalt or EPDM for flat roofs
- Installing skylights
- Fitting insulation
- Replacing flashings around chimneys and walls
- Replacing lead sheeting and cladding
When you look through profiles on MyBuilder, you can check tradespeople’s work history and reviews to make sure they’ve got the roofing experience need. It’s always worth asking to see any examples of previous work too.
How do I find a reputable roofer in Cambridge?
Using a reputable roofer not only gives you peace of mind, but also saves you money. Roofing repairs that are carried out to a high standard last longer and help prevent damage to your home in the future.
MyBuilder only works with reputable tradespeople. We carefully check experience and qualifications, and we turn down over a third of applicants to make sure we keep our standards high. So, you can be confident that we’ll only match you with skilled roofers near you in Cambridge.
When choosing your roofer in Cambridge, it’s worth taking into account the following:
- Qualifications such as NVQs
- Specialist skills or certifications
- Work history and experience
- Exact location
- Pricing structure and any callout costs
Have a look at our hiring guide for more advice on choosing the right roofing contractor for your project.
How much do roofers in Cambridge cost?
That depends on the type of roof you have and how big it is. For a tiled roof, you’ll be looking at paying anywhere between £150 to replace a few clay tiles and £6,000 for a complete re-roofing. Slate tiles can cost up to twice as much, whereas flat felt roofs tend to be cheaper to repair.
As a general rule, we recommend budgeting between £150 and £250 per day for roofing labour costs. Bear in mind that you might need to pay for scaffolding and skip hire on top. It’s also worth asking your chosen roofing company whether you’ll need to apply to Building Regulations, this is generally the case if you’re replacing more than 25% of your roof. An application typically costs between £300 and £500.
You can find out more about roofing repair costs in our pricing guide.
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