Your New Roof is Here !
Whether it’s a new build, a re-roof, emergency or repairs a roofing expert here will give you an honest and affordable quote. Choose and call one now and talk about your roof.
You should first see if they have done a good job on a new roof, a reroofing, or roof repairs.
The best way to see that is fromthe reviews on their Google Maps listing. They are more reliable than the reviews on other sites. Also lookat their website if they have one. The links for both are in the company details.
There are 11 near you roofing contractors here. The first one has details shown below on the right. The 10 others near you are just below. Click on any, and their details will be shown, just like the first one. A new roof is quite an expense,so choose well.
Featured Roofing Contractor Near San Diego
- 5 Star
Will be featured here when we have one who meets all our criteria and that we can confidently endorse.
Other roofing contractors near Colin’s Emergency Roofers are :
- TAG Roofing & Solar
- Honar Guard Roofing
- Gold Stars Roofing
- Pioneer Roofing Company, LLC
- Peak Builders Inc
- Peak Roofing and Gutters San Diego
- Ford Roofing and Repairs
- Arrow Building & Coating
- RoofTech Energy
- CityScapes Roofing
Some other nearby directories with roofing contractors are :
Colin’s Emergency Roofers
Check them out.
Read some of their testimonials on their Google Maps listing https://maps.google.com/?cid=5377177369091017885
They have been rated 4.8 stars there.
If this is your business claim this listing and all benefits
For some information about San Diego, where this business is located, see
This house has a roof with steel sheeting that is brightly colored and pressed to look like tiles.
How much does a new roof or roof repair cost?
There is no simple answer to that.
The cost varies greatly depending on the type of roof and location… From $400 to $800 or more per 100 square feet!
You can get a rough idea of your roofing cost from Home Advisor or
Home Remodeling Costs Guide
The cost in the more expensive cities on either coast such as San Francisco or NYC is more than in the rural heartland. (Although some remote places may cost more because they are so remote there re no roofers nearby)
Shingle (or shakes) cost more than tile roofing or sheet roofing because the cost of materials and the time take to install are greater. Slate shingles more again for same reasons.
Cedar shingles (or shakes or slate), are more expensive than asphalt or metal shingles.
Other factors affecting the cost of shingle roofing are location and roof pitch (slope). Steeper pitched roofs or roofs with complex ridges and valleys are more difficult, and therefore more expensive.
Roofing tiles are either clay, concrete or steel and their installation cost varies for similar reasons. Generally the cost is less than that of shingles and more than sheet roofing.
Sheet roofing can be metal, asphalt or polycarbonate, and the cost varies for similar reasons.
How to get a roofing quote?
To be more accurate you could go through the process of getting a quote from a contractor registered with Home Advisor. But, DON’T DO THAT. Those guys will have paid so much to Home Advisor to get the chance to quote to you (and much more again to be featured) and your call will cost them. So, don’t get the quotes, unless you are likely to accept one of them.
Our guys know what the quotes are like on Home Advisor and they can quote a better price. After you have checked them out ring any of the roofing contractors we have listed. Or use the form beside, and fill in some details. That information goes to all the nearby roofers in our system, and several of those best able to do the work can ring you to talk about the work.