Hometown Roofing Contractors is the simple way to find the best roofing contractors. We list verified credentials, roofing costs, and real reviews on roofing companies in your hometown.

Verified Credentials for Roofing Contractors

Hometown makes it simple to separate the professional roofing contractors from the unemployed guy with a hammer that woke up one day and started calling himself a roofer.   At Hometown, we only list the pro's.  Each roofing contractor provides evidence of a contractors or roofers license (if required in your state), liability insurance, and other credentials before they can be listed on Hometown.  No "fly-by-night" roofers here!

Real Reviews on Roofing Contractors (as opposed to the fake ones)

Many of the reviews on the web these days are fake.  Indeed, an entire industry has popped up to write fake reviews for roofing contractors and other service providers on sites like Yelp, Google, Yellow Pages and others.  We think this is a big problem, so we carefully human-verify every roofing review to ensure that it comes from an actual customer.   No more roofing reviews from sneaky competitors, roofing company employees, or relatives. A Hometown review is a real review!

What Did Your Neighbor Pay for Their Roof?

Until now, the cost of roofing hasn't been very transparent.  Hometown is putting an end to that nonsense.  We gather roofing costs from actual roof repair and roof replacement projects around the country, making it simpler to get a ballpark understanding of what your roof might cost.

Recent Blog Posts

DRAFT: Can I Finance a Roof Project If I Have Bad Credit?

Paying cash for a new roof is always the best financing option. But most homeowners don’t have the full amount set aside, and sometimes the new roof can’t wait. But what if your credit is not excellent? How can you finance a crucial roofing project? Let’s break down a few options for financing a roof when you have bad credit.

Tips for Saving Money on Roofing Projects

roof savings plan

New roofs are not cheap. The national average cost of replacing a roof is about $7,000 with costs varying depending on where you live, the materials you choose, etc. Follow these helpful guidelines to save as much as possible on your new roof.

The Risks of Working with Unlicensed Contractors

roofer on work

There may come a time when an unlicensed roofer works on your home. No matter the reason, you should be aware of the risks of working with someone that fails to obtain the proper permits, insurance, and licenses.