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Roofer

(5 Posts)
AnnieBon Wed 26-Sep-12 20:55:23

Hello, I'm new to mumsnet and was wondering if anyone could recommend a roofer in the Hampton area. I have a leak!
I would prefer a word of mouth recommendation rather than end up with a yeehaw cowboy! smile

quoteunquote Thu 27-Sep-12 13:09:32

I'm not in your area, I run a firm, our local building merchants often give out our details to customers who ask for recommendations as they know we are reliable, go and find the nearest travis perkins, and ask who are the best. it's worth a try,

check the contractors insurance, and then ring the insurance and check that the insurance is still currant, lots get the certificate then stop payment, we are insured up to ten million, so anything goes wrong, you can claim against it, even years later, that way you have it covered,

beware of the web sites that recommend builders and have"customers" reviews, all the evil con cowboy ones around here are heartily recommend on them, they obviously spend more time faking reviews than they do learning about building.

and be suspicious of anyone who instantly available, we are booked up for the next three years, there is a reason for that, I would probable find a way to fit you in, but it wouldn't be in the next month or two, unless i had a hold up else where.

Kewcumber Thu 04-Oct-12 22:09:07

sorry a bit late but Darlings were very good and they were recommended to me by a local surveyor www.darlingsroofing.co.uk/

Devora Wed 17-Oct-12 00:32:05

Ooh thanks, kew. I'm needing one of those.

Kewcumber Wed 17-Oct-12 12:23:01

I'd really recommend them. They gave me a report and only did the minimum work necessary.

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