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How do I find roofers near me in Plymouth?
It can be tedious scrolling through social media and search engines for a reliable roofer. Why not cut out the hassle and use MyBuilder instead? All you need to do is post a job, which is free, quick and easy, and we’ll send your request to hundreds of local roofers.
We review every tradesperson thoroughly before letting them join our service, and turn down around a third of applicants who don’t meet our high standards. 90% of customers find someone to carry out their work, and many who post during working hours are contacted within minutes.
What services do Plymouth roofers offer?
There are lots of tasks that roofers in Plymouth can help you with. Whether you need a complete roof replacement or a simple repair following bad weather, there are lots of skilled workers ready to get to work. Plymouth roofers can work on lots of types of roofs, including:
- Tiled roofs, including slate and clay tiles
- Pitched roofs
- Felt roofs
- Fibreglass roofs
- Flat roofs
Roofers can fix leaks, repair damaged tiles or ripped materials or help you upgrade your entire roof. No matter what you’re looking for, you’ll get access to hundreds of skilled, experienced roofers through MyBuilder. You can check out their profiles to find out what each individual or roofing company has experience in. And you can read reviews from previous customers to make sure you’re hiring exactly the right person for the job.
To find out more about the process of working with a roofer, check out our hiring guide.
What’s the average cost for a roofer near me in Plymouth?
Typically, local roofers in Plymouth will offer a quote for the entire job up front so you understand how much everything is going to cost. For smaller repair jobs, they may charge an hourly rate plus the cost of any materials. Some roofers will also need to put up scaffolding so they can safely access your roof, which will increase costs.
At the most expensive end of the spectrum, complete roof replacements cost an average of £5,000 to £6,000. The cost can vary significantly depending on the size of your property, the materials being used and the complexity of the work. If you simply need some repair or replacement work done, you can expect to pay around £100 to £200 for a few tiles or damaged flashing.
Find out more in our pricing guide.
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