Roofers in Albany, NY

Finding a quality roofing contractor in Albany, New York is simpler with Hometown. We verify roofing services and credentials, along with gathering trusted reviews from real customers. Find the most reliable and affordable roofers in your hometown.  

roofing companies in Albany
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57 N Allen St,, Albany NY 12203

Allen Roofing & Siding specializes in slate, metal, rubber, and shingle roofing materials. We offer comprehensive warranties, long-lasting results, and competitive prices throughout the Capital District. 

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112 Mill St, Troy NY 12180

We are a skilled set of contractors with the expertise to install a variety of materials on residential and commercial properties. From metal to rubber and more, we’re highly confident we can repair or install the roof you need.

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814 Grooms Rd, Rexford NY 12148

We proudly stand behind our work with Slate, EPDM, shingles, and other durable roofing systems. J & S is the experienced contractor you deserve for your next roofing project.  

Unverified Roofing Contractors

Gilchrist Remodeling
8 Rapple Dr, Albany, NY 12205
(518) 312-2984
Star Roofing And Restoration
45 West St, Albany, NY 12206
(518) 383-2252
Northeast Roofing
9 Karen Ct, Albany, NY 12211
(518) 372-9421
Home Evolution
60 Dott Ave, Albany, NY 12205
(518) 505-3370
Perfection Roofing
78 Whitehall Road, Albany, NY 12209
(518) 788-2557
Empire Roofing Of Albany
4 Admiral St, Albany, NY 12205
(518) 459-9913
Roofers Local Union No 241
890 3rd St, Albany, NY 12206
(518) 489-7646
Green Rg Roofing
12 Leslie Ct, Albany, NY 12211
(518) 436-1876

Tips on Roofing in Albany, NY

What factors go into the estimate prices of roofing companies?

Estimate prices from local roofing contractors may vary widely based on the details of your particular roof. Here' a few of the key factors that have the biggest impact on roofing cost.

  • Roof size - Roof size is quoted in "squares" (100 square feet = 1 square).
  • Roof slope - Steeper sloped roofs are more challenging to work on and will require higher labor costs.
  • Roofing material - Metal roofing lasts longer than shingles, but costs more. Architectural shingles cost more than 3-tab shingles. Specialty roofing materials like slate roofing or shake roofing, cost more for the material and the installation than a basic shingle roof installation.
  • Material grade - Better quality materials will cost significantly more. For example, a shingle with a 30 year warranty will cost more than a shingle with a 15 year warranty.
  • Existing roofing material to be removed - If the existing roof needs to be removed, significant cost will be added to your estimate.  Tear off and proper disposal of existing roof layers is a significant part of the cost of any re-roofing project. More layers cost more to remove and more to dispose of.

How do I know if a roofing contractor is properly licensed and insured?

For roofers listed on Hometown, we've done the initial homework for you.  At the time a roofing company was listed, they provided the appropriate state license (if required by your state) and liability insurance.  Select the name of a contractor you're interested in to see more information, including a list of verified credentials for that contractor.

Hometown's screening process means the roofer produced a valid New York license (if required) and insurance certificates at the time of the screening, but it's possible that the status of the license or insurance could have changed in the meantime. So, it's a best practice to ask to see evidence of the roofers' license and insurance certificates at the time of your estimate.