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Delaware Roofing Contractors

Choose a Delaware municipality to view the roofing contractors doing business near you. The cities with the most locations are highlighted at the top of the list. Services offered by roofing contractors may vary. However, just about all Delaware roofers will handle reroofing, roof leak repair, roofing construction, shingle installation, and gutter repairs.

Also, continue below to read about the matters that concern Delawarean roofers and homeowners the most, including licensing, roof types, and problems specific to roofs in DE.

There are 126 Roofing Contractors in the State of Delaware (DE).
Bear (8 locations) Millsboro (4 locations) Newark (9 locations)
Dover (12 locations) New Castle (8 locations) Wilmington (43 locations)
Claymont (3 locations) Hartly (2 locations) Milford (3 locations)
Clayton (2 locations) Hockessin (1 location) Milton (2 locations)
Felton (2 locations) Laurel (3 locations) Rehoboth Beach (4 locations)
Frederica (1 location) Lewes (4 locations) Seaford (2 locations)
Georgetown (3 locations) Lincoln (1 location) Smyrna (2 locations)
Greenwood (1 location) Magnolia (1 location)
Harrington (2 locations) Middletown (3 locations)
Delaware Roofing Contractors by County:
Kent County (24) New Castle County (75) Sussex County (27)

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About Delaware Roofing

One of the most important professionals in construction is the roofing contractor. In addition to consultation, they're also responsible for roofing installation and repair. Roofing contractors recommend area-specific roofing systems. Roofing contractors who work on commercial buildings use tar, gravel and rubber-based materials. Those who work residentially use asphalt and metal materials. Some climates also allow the use of cedar shank roofing. Waterproofing and winterizing roofs are also part of a roofing contractor's job description.

Typical Climate

Delaware features a humid but moderate climate. The average temperature in Wilmington is 54 degrees, and can range from 31 degrees in the winter to 76 degrees in the summer. The highest temperature recorded in Delaware was 110 degrees on July 21, 1930. The lowest temperature was -17 degrees on January 17, 1893. Both of these record temperatures were recorded in the town of Millsboro. The average recorded rainfall between 1971 to 2000 was 42.8 inches. Delaware receives approximately 21 inches of snowfall annually. The city of Wilmington receives one of the lowest amounts of yearly sunshine, at 55 percent annually.

Licensing

In the state of Delaware, roofing contractors who bid for jobs over $50,000 must obtain a license. The license must be renewed annually and obtained from the Delaware Division of Revenue. Nonresidents can obtain licenses, provided they have a surety bond for at least 6 percent of a year's contract work totaling $20,000. Roofing contractors must also get an annual Asbestos Abatement Certification.

Energy Efficient Roofs

Although not an official Energy Star partner, The Junior Group is a roofing contractor that provides Energy Star-approved products to its customers. Beacon Roofing Supply sells energy-efficient products, including Carlisle's SAT (Self-Adhering Technology) TPO and GAF Energy Cap. GAF Energy Cap is a white roofing that meets Energy Star requirements.

Unusual Roofs

The Tree House in Wilmington is one of Delaware's most unusual rooftops. Built in 2005, the structure sits among 100-year-old deciduous trees. It features a unique and partially opened roof deck with 365 degree views.