Oliver Roofing Ltd

52 ratings
ratings badge

50+ ratings

memberSince badge

Member for 5 years

Oliver Roofing Ltd

52 ratings

About Oliver Roofing Ltd

We are a family run small business with over 25 years experience I'm the owner John I'm a master slater but trained in all aspects of roofing from basic repairs felt roofing tiling an a good problem solver finding leaks etc and very dependable

Ratings & reviews

Oliver Roofing Ltd rated for Bricklayer in Newcastle upon Tyne


Overall rating

52 total ratings 1 last 30 days 6 last 6 months 9 last 12 months

15 Oct 2019


Came when he said he was. Done the job within a few days. No fuss or hassle

, NE5

24 Jul 2019


John and his team did a really fab job. John kept me updated about when they would be here, and they all did a lovely quick job and were friendly and informative. Plus, it has a 12 month guarantee! Happy customer with a solid roof!

, NE4

30 May 2019


Did what he said he would do on the day he said he would and left no mess ! Would use again

, NE21

15 May 2019


Responded straight away, came when he said he would and did the job ahead of time. Excellent all round!

, NE8

11 May 2019


Great communication from start to finish. Work was completed at short notice and to a high standard.

, NE12

26 Mar 2019


Prompt service. In time. Very professional.

, SR3

06 May 2019


Great job. Good guys

, NE38

09 Jan 2019


good advice and great service

, DH8

12 Dec 2018


As The roof had a bad leak john rearranged his work so that he could get to mine as soon as the weather allowed which I was very grateful for Thank you!

, DH2

09 Jul 2018


Seem to have done a fine job and came along to do it promptly. Thanks!

, NE30

Ask an expert

Oliver Roofing Ltd answered questions about Bricklayer in Newcastle upon Tyne

Vanessa Corbett's question
Sun 3 Jun 2018 17:44pm

How much would new roof cost on 2 bed terrace

  • John Oliver's Answer
    Mon 4 Jun 2018 16:21pm

    Rough ball park figure £4.000 Using all top ov the range materials an all dry fixed ridge systems

brian peron's question
Sat 26 May 2018 8:24am

How can the conservatory be protected from a falling piece of cast iron guttering being removed from the floor above ? Should scaffolding be used?

  • John Oliver's Answer
    Tue 29 May 2018 14:4pm

    Yes scaffolding should always be used to bridge a conservatory costs more but it’s the safe way

Areas serviced

Services available

Top trades offered by Oliver Roofing Ltd


Chimney Building / Repair


Chimney Building / Repair

Carpenter / Joiner

Wooden cladding /Fascias/ Soffits

Loft Conversion Specialist

Velux / Skylight Window