Roofing Cape Town has been operating successfully since its launch in 2004 and has quickly established itself as one of the largest roofing suppliers in the Western Cape region.
We are proud of outstanding workmanship, excellent service, consistency and, above all, our ability to remain competitive on the market.
Roofing Cape Town currently operates with a number of highly trained, separate teams of roofers, roof sheets and carpenters to provide a wide variety of services to our clients.
We are FEM licensed and meet all health and safety standards at all our workplaces.
Roofing Cape Town is skilled in supplying and installing concrete/clay tiles, roof boards, and carpentry to the roof.
Roofing Designed To Fit Your Needs!
Our engineers tailor the design of roof structures to the needs of each individual project irrespective of how complex they are.
The development software we use provides easy solutions for hips, mountains, cantilevers, and roofs.
All timber roof structures are developed by a committed and multidisciplined group of technical specialists.
The wood truss plant is on our premises.
All production is carried out in a controlled environment.
All roof structures under continuous supervision are designed and built by well trained technical experts.
We only use SABS licensed wood from certified sustainable plantations.
All roof structures are expertly designed according to the developer’s needs and expectations.
We are an established installer for all major suppliers of roof cover. We render roof sheets covering in concrete tiles, slate or iron.
Every form of roof cover is issued at the request of the customer.
As part of our installation facilities, we also do waterproofing on request.
The covering of the roof is carried out by well-qualified teams approved by ITC.
All services are tracked.
All assembled roof systems are shipped to building sites.
We manufacture our own roof trusses and all mounting and assembly material in specially adapted vehicles.
The cranes and trailers are fitted and built to not only produce, but also to load safely and efficiently even the largest roof structures.
This strategy helps the construction process and avoids uncertainty and misunderstanding on the building site.