About Moran Roofing Specialists
At Moran Roofing Specialists we pride ourselves on our professional and reliable approach, keeping you up to date with progressat every stage of the project – from concept to completion. Customer satisfaction is key for us. That’s why we are never totally satisfied with our works until you are.
Each project is allocated a dedicated team leader (Mark Hopkins, Sam Jordan or Andrew Gamblen) each team leader is always on hand to oversee and manage the project from start to finish. Darryl Moran, who has been in the trade for over 30 years, manages the office team, with the help of Lee and Berwyn. They make sure all the materials and tools are matched and delivered to each client’s requirements and are always on hand to help out wherever needed.
All employees are fully trained to the highest roofing standards. This ensures all customers receive quality workmanship on every job. Training is undertaken by shadowing in-house expert tradesmen and by achieving Diploma qualifications.
For your added peace of mind, we are fully insured on all work we complete up to the value of £5 million in public liability insurance.
Hear from our customers
Our highly experienced and reliable roofing contractors strive to deliver first-rate services making sure all your requirements are met. We have a long list of happy and satisfied customers and most of our work comes from their recommendations.
Why choose us?
- Over 30 years of experience
- Complete roofing solutions
- NVQ qualified roofing contractors
- Free initial consultation
- High standard of services
- £5 million public liability insurance
- All works managed by owner Darryl Moran
- Award-winning services
- All our work is guaranteed for 10 years
- We are proud winners of The Best of Local and Loved Awards 2015 and 2016.
Moran Roofing was exceptionally pleased to win the ‘Local Hero’ at the 2018 UK Roofing Awards last week and to have an article published in the BMN news.read more
We are proud to work for Guildford Borough Council to maintain the roofs of these ancient barns. The barns were first constructed in 1388 and would have been used for storing crops and harvesting.read more
Two of our lead work and slating specialists, Sam Jordan and Andy Gamblen, undertook this project.As part of our clients brief the slates had to be the same size, colour and thickness.read more