There are more than 100,000 roofers in the US alone.  They typically charge between $40-$80 per hour.  Each state has its own licensing and certificiation rules for roofing contractors.  At Angie's List, we have the best reviews to find and hire roofing pros that can help install or repair any type of roof.  You can see our list of roofer along with ratings or browse roofers near you to match with a roofing company quickly.

Learn more about roofing including the real cost of a new roof, types of roofs, questions to ask before hiring roofers, and many more roofing details.

newly shingled roof on house
Roof InspectionsRoofing RepairsTar, Rubber and Flat Roofing
Do you know what condition your roof is in? Here are 6 signs your roof may need repairs or replacement by a roofing contractor.
Do not sign with the first company that comes knocking at your door offering to repair your roof, but seek out a qualified, reliable contractor, says Lindus. (Justin R. of Indianapolis)
Roofing RepairsHomeowners and Renters InsuranceStorm Preparedness
Filing a homeowner’s insurance claim due to hail damage can be a stressful ordeal. One highly rated contractor explains the dos and don'ts of the process.
While most roofs can withstand moderate winds, high winds can cause damage such as blown-off asphalt shingles. (Photo courtesy of Chandler's Roofing)
Roof InspectionsRoofing Repairs
Most roofs can stand moderate winds, but after high winds hit, homeowners should be motivated to look for signs of damage and needed repairs.
Metal Roof
Metal RoofingRoofing Repairs
Along with energy savings, metal roofs often come with warranties of up to 50 years and can last over a century.
metal roof on lakeside log cabin
Metal RoofingRoof InspectionsRoofing Repairs
Installing a metal roof will cost you about $16,500 on average.