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Getting Clued Up: The Top 4 Blogs & Forums Roofers Need To Know About

The roofing industry is a specialised one.  There’s a lot of information floating around online on technical jargon, latest developments, risks associated with roofing and best practices. It’s no wonder than roofer’s insurance is in such high demand, with thousands of roofers every year suffering injuries due to falls, unsafe equipment and more.

Roofers wishing to stay abreast of the latest in the field and homeowners seeking to improve their knowledge on the subject need not scour the internet for quality information; in this article, we’ve done the hard work for you and found the very best forums and blogs for roofers in the UK, that are essential for keeping you up-to-date on the latest industry know-how.

UK business forums

Are you a roofer looking to start your own business? Do you have questions about how to go about it? The UK Business Forums website is a great place for all the information roofers seek about getting started independently. If you are a roofer and SEO, web design, online marketing, ranking for keywords, and lead generation are alien concepts for you, then spend time here. Champion marketers and accountants share their expertise on these forums. Whether you are a sole trader, subcontractor, contractor or a roofing employee, you’ll find answers to questions on accounting, taxes, pricing, and sundry questions that will save you money, and may possibly give you a huge professional boost.

DIY doctor

The DIY Doctor forum is a one-stop repository for do-it-yourselfers. And of course, it has a section where roofers share their expertise and knowledge with homeowners and fellow professionals. Mould on soffit, removal of roof collars, repairing leaking gutters, and repairing worn insulation… this forum has answers to all the questions you could possibly want to know. Since it covers other DIY projects, including soundproofing, waterproofing, flooring, etc, readers get a well-rounded perspective on all things DIY. The DIY Doctor’s blog is a great resource that updates roofing tradesmen about industry happenings, and gives them food for thought with insightful posts.


The building blog publishes more than 40 posts a week. The prolific content generation by no means takes away from the quality and usefulness of the articles. Roofers get news, views, and expert comments on all matters related to the building industry. Learn about how new architectural ideas are shaping building design ideas all over the British Isles. If you are planning to diversify, you can read case studies on sustainable projects and the role roofers can play in it. Have your finger on the pulse of developments in the roofing industry. Stay up to date with construction statistics, housing statistics, market forecasts, lead times, costs, etc.


The Metal Cladding and Roofing Manufacturers Association website is an educational resource for roofing contractors who specialise in metal roofing systems. Guidance documents and articles inform roofers about issues related to this specialised niche in roofing. Roof safety standards, compliance, roofing inspections are just some of the topics covered in detail on this website.

The National Federation of Roofing Contractors Limited (NFRC) deserves an honorary mention. It is a 125-year old organisation and 60% of the roofers in the United Kingdom are members of the NFRC.

Regular perusal of these websites will enhance your knowledge, will give you an opportunity to expand your network, and generate more business.

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