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It’s that time of year again… the On The Tools awards! But, before we can get to crowning our ‘Roofer of the Year’, we need some votes. And, with the awards only a few weeks away, it’s time for you lot, the boots on the ground, to have your say and pick a winner.

So, our next award for you lot to vote in is all about the roofing trade. Not a job for the faint-hearted, this award is also sponsored by Check A Trade and has two great shortlisted tradesmen in the running.

First up, we have Jamie Burley.

Running a highly professional conscientious business, Jamie takes pride in the quality of his work and his exemplary customer service. For him, nothing is to much trouble. This can also be seen in his customer testimonials as well being described as an “all round honest, competitive and friendly business.”

His company has been described to, “provide an unrivalled service and customer satisfaction in flat roofing services to the domestic and self-build market.”

“They have a strong work ethic and their operatives carry a high degree of knowledge and professionalism which has resulted in repeat business on many occasions.”

“They carry out their work to high industry standards and full compliance with manufacturers’ product application guidelines.”

Continuing, they added that Jamie Burley Flat Roofing Specialist is also: “clean and tidy, taking away rubbish and debris from the site and ensure the roofs are left clean and tidy.”

“They have set the benchmark for flat roofing standards and their customer testimonials speak for itself.”

So what do you think? Our winner? Don’t make your decision just yet because we have another incredible roofer for you to hear about first!

Also joining Jamie on the shortlist is fellow roofer Chris Norfolk.

A Band of Builders member who goes above and beyond every time. Chris was hands-on with a recent charity project in Wales. Project leading phase one, he has been described by Band of Builders founder Addam Smith as a gentleman and master of his trade. Not only that, but he also travelled all the way from Kent to help with the project!

He added: “I have been a self-employed roofer for 21 years.”

“I have a high standard of work and demonstrate this in my excellent work.”

“I have a strong work ethic and this is reflected in my customer satisfaction.”

“In my time as a roofer, I cover all aspects of roofing and always keep up to date with new methods.”

“I enjoy mastering new skills and techniques.”

“As they say you’re never too old to learn.”

So what do you think? Who should win? Have your say and vote for your ‘Roofer of the Year’ here.

Also want to have your say in some of our other awards? Then check out the other shortlists here. Happy voting!

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