How to Choose a Roofing Contractor

Choosing a roofing contractor to install a new roof or fix a leak can be a daunting task. How do you know that you can trust your roofer to do a great job, to clean up afterwards and to charge a fair price? Often, you will hire a roofing contractor when you have a roofing emergency—your roof is leaking and you need help as soon as possible. You need to know that the person on the other end of the phone is trustworthy. Here are some things to look for when choosing your roofing contractor.

Previous Projects

One of the best ways to check on a roofing contractor’s reliability and services is by checking out their previous projects. A good roofing contractor should be able to provide a portfolio of pictures from existing projects for you to look at, and also some references from other satisfied customers.

Experience Level

When you have a roofing emergency, you need to be sure that your roofing contractor knows how to handle it. Choosing a roofer who has ten years or more of experience increases the chances that they know what they’re doing. Jamieson and son roofing is a family-owned business that has been doing roofing for 20 years. Our attention to detail and customer satisfaction keep our clients returning, year after year.

Ability to Do Large and Small Roofing Projects

An expert roofing contractor should have experience doing all types of roofing jobs, from repairing leaky skylights and replacing flashing, to handling installation and new construction. At Jamieson and Son Roofing, we have 20 years of experience handling roofing jobs of any size, including re-roofing, fascia and soffit repair, attic ventilation, shingle repair, total roof installation, gutter installation, skylights and more.


Your roofing contractor should be offering marketplace rates reflective of experience. At Jamieson and Son Roofing, you can count on competitive rates and reliable service. And if you are not satisfied with a roofing job, we will come and fix it at no additional charge.

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