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Looking for a trusted, professional roofing contractor in Jamaica? Maybe you require a free, no-obligation quote on a job that needs attention? Or perhaps you’d like some work completed and require scaffolding?
Roofing Repair Guy provides expert roofing services to commercial and domestic clients across Jamaica.
We offer services such as flat roof repair and maintenance, and roof installations for residential and commercial customers. We are an experienced team of roofers who can help you select the right type of roof for your home, or evaluate your existing roof to suggest the proper repairs.
Even the best roofing material available can fail if it’s not properly installed. That’s why it’s important to hire a roofing contractor with the resources to complete a first-class installation. These resources include a courteous, well-trained crew; proper equipment and tools to do the job; and experience with the roofing material you wish to install.
Jamaica Roofing Contractor, Contact Us For Free Advice To Discuss Your Project And Get An Estimate, Call (718) 865-2355
Roofing Works We Cover
- Emergency roof repairs
- Flat Roofing
- Flat roof repairs
- Flat roof cleaning
- Pitched roofs
- Asphalt roofing
- Roofing Repairs & Restorations
- Re-roofs & New Roofs
UPVC Cladding, fascias & soffits
- Replacement rooflights
- Roofing Insulation work
- Roofing Lead work
- Chimney Pointing
- Chimney repairs
- Roof window repairs & installs
- Roofing Carpentry
- Chimney refurbishments
- Long-term roof maintenance
- Slate & tiled roofs
- Roof lights
- Roof flashing
- Fascias & cladding
- Roofing inspections & reports
Backed by years of expertise in roof installation & repair, we aspire to deliver unmatched value to our clients in the form of aesthetically appealing & functionally durable roofs. Our competitive roof repair services are second to none and this is the reason why we have become the most sought-after roofing service provider in the region.
Whether it is a commercial establishment or a residential one, our skilled technicians know what it takes to add beauty and sturdiness to your space in a sustainable manner. Besides using supreme quality roofing materials, we strive to put everything to meet our client’s expectations. We are prompt, responsible, skilled and most importantly customer-friendly. From doing the preliminary analysis to actual execution, our focus remains on customer satisfaction.
All our roofing services come with full quality assurance that they won’t let you down at any given time. Our roofing experts in Jamaica always remain on their toes and exhibit high levels of workmanship in every job they do. For those who want a reputed, reliable roofing service provider in Jamaica… Roofing Repair Guy is certainly the most sought-after choice.
Roofing Repair Guy is a fully qualified tradesman and has built up a popular roofing company in Jamaica by giving customers flawless high quality installations at very competitive rates.
Over the years, we have earned the trust of our customers by delivering impeccable service in the most convenient manner and within budget. All our roofing experts are industry certified and follow the best work practices across all projects.
We all know that everybody wants piece of mind when having roofing work done. That’s why we offer guarantees on all the work we carry out. All the materials carry a manufacturer’s warranty & all workmanship holds a guarantee by us. Guarantees will vary on the scope of work and materials used. For example, a small repair can hold up to 5 years whilst a new roof can hold up to a 20 years guarantee.
Our company believes in going the extra mile for our customers. We don’t subcontract any of our work to agencies, and we believe that this guarantees our workmanship to the highest level. We take pride in every job & even offer a complete aftercare service. If your looking for a genuine, reliable roofing company then we are here to help.
Roofing Contractor in Jamaica, Contact Us For A Free On-Site Inspection And Estimate, Call (718) 865-2355
Pure Roofing Jamaica
178-18 Liberty Ave #2, Jamaica, NY 11433
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CITIES WE SERVICE IN THE AREAS
South Richmond Hill, St. Albans, Hollis, South Ozone Park, Kew Gardens, Richmond Hill, Fresh Meadows, Springfield Gardens, Cambria Heights, Queens Village
Zipcodes Of Cities
11405, 11425, 11424, 11431, 11432, 11434, 11430, 11433, 11436, 11439, 11499, 11435, 11451
Things To Do In Jamaica, NY
Jamaica Avenue: For the bargain shopper’s dream, look no further than Jamaica Avenue. This heart of the shopping district in Queens is the perfect destination to find last minute gifts for any occasion. From Old Navy, Footlocker and Gap Factory Outlet to Game Stop, Radio Shack, and just about any cell phone store you can think of, this hub has it all. A walk down Jamaica Avenue will bring you past a marketplace of variety—apparel, electronics, homewares, jewelry, health and cosmetics, entertainment, and food stops to keep you fueled on your ventures through it all. The Jamaica Farmers’ Market is also held in this area, on 160th Street and Jamaica Avenue. It is open every Friday and Saturday from 8am to 4pm in the spring, summer and fall, and offers a whole other array of hot food, produce, news, coffee, magazines, flowers, and more.
King Manor Museum/Rufus King Park: Another place of historical significance, the King Manor Museum exists to preserve the home and legacy of Rufus King, a graduate of Harvard who with his sons became national figures in the early anti-slavery movement. The mission of the museum is to involve and educate visitors in local and national history through an innovative presentation of King Manor and its collection in the context of life in Jamaica and the United States in the early 19th century. The museum is active with lectures, public programs, and ongoing archaeological and historical research that cater to visitors looking to learn more about the King family and their significance in American history. A walk through the house allows you to explore a different era, from the Constitution to the Civil War, giving insight to 19th century life through archaeology as well as a closer look at the anti-slavery work for which the King family is known. The King Manor Museum is a prime attraction for those who just can’t get enough history, as well as those looking to learn more about the history of the abolition movement.
Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning: The Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning (JCAL) is a non-profit organization that offers visual, performing and literary arts, arts education and artists’ programs to encourage participation in the arts in the Queens and Greater Metropolitan area. In addition to workshops and classes, JCAL hosts exhibitions and showcases of the performing arts to promote cultural enrichment for all who attend. Housed in a neo-Renaissance building, the center features a 1,650 square foot visual arts gallery, a 99-seat proscenium theater, three painting and three dance studios, a ceramics studio, a computer lab, and a newly renovated music studio. The bulk of the activities offered include a multicultural series of music, theater, and dance performances, film screenings and lectures, contemporary visual arts exhibitions, in-school artist residencies, a series of almost 50 arts workshops, and free or low-cost after-school and summer programs. Whether you’re looking to attend a one-time event or wish to engage in a longer-term program, JCAL’s calendar is sure to please any arts enthusiast.
Schmidt’s Candy: Family run and owned since 1925, Schmidt’s Candy has become a landmark in this area of the city. The plan was to bring coveted old-world German chocolate recipes together with the finest ingredients, and the current owner of Schmidt’s still strives for the same, copper kettle, marble tables, and all! Whether you’re looking for old-fashioned penny candy or a more decadent handcrafted truffle, cluster, or fudge, Schmidt’s confectionary has what you’re looking for. A step into this shop is a step back in time, into a place that has been up and running for almost a century. Schmidt’s even offers trays and baskets that can be personalized for any occasion, be it a baby shower, birthday, wedding. Freshly poured molded chocolate is another favorite, with old-fashioned molds from cats and cupie dolls to turtles and teddy bears. If you have a sweet tooth, Schmidt’s is a must-stop confectionary that has stood the test of time.
Maloney’s: If you are someone who prefers to hunker down at a bar with a game, Maloney’s Sports Bar and Grill is something right up your alley. With almost 50 HDTV’s—34 downstairs, 17 upstairs, with 9 visible from their outdoor patio—there is not a bad seat in the house for viewing your game of choice. To boot, Maloney’s has specials on food and drink every single day of the week, from $3 shots or margaritas to taco Tuesdays and a la carte brunch on Sundays. Other specials include discounts on bottles and drafts, beer buckets, bloody marys and mimosas, plus deals on anything from pasta and pizza to overstuffed burritos. Maloney’s offers pub grub to the max and drinks to match. If you like Maloney’s enough, you can even rent out the roof top or enclosed heated patio to hold your own private party or event. Whether you’re in for football, baseball, soccer, basketball, or UFC, Maloney’s TVs are equipped to accommodate whatever is in season.
The Afrikan Poetry Theatre Inc.: Founded in 1976, The Afrikan Poetry Theatre, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides a range of cultural, educational, recreational, and social development programs. It began as a traveling spoken word & music theatre group holding open mics, poetry slams, and showcases. Since then, the organization has grown to hold a regular venue in Jamaica, a space that gives the youth a platform to create and express themselves. The African Poetry Theatre also hosts live music and a jazz concert series in addition to a spread of events like break dancing competitions, fashion shows, a women’s empowerment conference, drumming and piano lessons, plays in honor of black history month, and many others that promote the roots of culture in African American heritage. If you are in the Jamaica area, or are planning to be, see The Afrikan Poetry Theatre’s webpage for any upcoming events.
Roy Wilkins Recreation Center: Named after the famed civil rights leader and former NAACP president, Roy Wilkins is more than just a park and recreation center. In addition to the expected utilities, like handball, basketball, and tennis courts, an indoor year-round swimming pool, bathrooms and showers, cricket fields, playgrounds, and even Wi-Fi hot spots, the park is a unique public space with innovations of its own. On the grounds there is also a 425-seat theatre, home to the Black Spectrum Theatre Company, which is devoted to performing socially-conscious dramas, addressing community and race issues. In addition to this distinctive attraction, the park is also home to a four-acre vegetable garden that gives local kids and adults the opportunity to grow their own produce at the center of a city. The 53 acres of the park began development in 1982, and have since evolved host a summer day camp, after-school programs, a counseling center, and a variety of community events. The park also contains an African-American Hall of Fame, located in the African Courtyard just outside of the theatre. Between the theatre, gardens, and limitless opportunities for activities, the Roy Wilkins Park and Recreation Center is sure to offer a full day.