Roofers in Ukiah, CA

Hometown simplifies the process of locating the best roofing contractors in Ukiah, CA. Read reviews from real customers, verified credentials, and costs from projects near you. We make roofing contractor selection simple.  Get estimates for your roof repair or replacement project today.

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Hometown Roofing Contractors
Hometown verifies roofing contractor credentials and collects trusted reviews on roofers in Hometown's across America. Currently, we have not pre-screened any roofing companies in your area, but we can still make it simple for you to receive free estimates on your roof. Just request a free quote and Hometown will forward your request on to a few of the most reputable roofers in your area, requesting they contact you regarding your roof.
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Unverified Roofing Contractors

Ukiah Roofing Co
1194 S Dora St, Ukiah, CA 95482
(707) 463-0489
Hlr Roofing
800 Cromwell Dr, Ukiah, CA 95482
(707) 467-1457
B.A.S. Roofing
425 Pomo Dr, Ukiah, CA 95482
(707) 462-4514
Redwood Roofers
361 Po Box, Mendocino, CA 95460
(707) 937-1700
Willits Roofing Co
387 Po Box, Willits, CA 95490
(707) 459-5110
Jesse's Roofing
39550 Old Stage Rd, Gualala, CA 95445
(707) 884-9642
Mendocino Roofing Inc.
944 Po Box, Redwood Valley, CA 95470
(707) 485-7102

Hiring a Roofing Contractor in Ukiah, CA

If you haven't hired a roofing company before, take a moment to review a few helpful hints.

Do roofers charge for estimates?

Most companies will provide a free written estimate on your roof. A few roofers charge a small service call fee for roof repair estimates (while roof replacement estimates remain free). The small fee for roof repair estimates charged by some roofers can often be applied to the cost of the repair if you hire that particular roofer to complete the repair.

Four easy steps to selecting a quality roofing contractor

  1. Contact the contractor and request an estimate.
  2. Interview the roofing company representative. If they don't provide it up front, ask for evidence of license and insurance certificates. Also, do they guarantee their workmanship? Is the estimate and the guarantee in writing? If you're getting a complete roof replacement, ask the contractor if they will provide a couple recent homeowner or business owner references from other re-roofing projects. If you want a more specialized material like metal, does the roofer have specific experience working as a metal roofing contractor, or is their experience solely in shingles?
  3. If there are no roofing reviews for a particular contractor, call or email the roofer's references to determine how satisfied previous customers were.
  4. Select the contractor that you trust and offers you the best overall value. Value includes quality and price. Don't automatically choose the roofer with the lowest price. There are a lot of "fly-by-night" roofers out there that may provide a low bid and then proceed to provide you poor service and a poorly done roof. Select the contractor that is trustworthy, offers professional credentials, and a fair price.