Leedham Roofing Serving the D/FW Metroplex Since 1985. Office 972-231-1540, Direct 972-953-5381.
Leedham Roofing specializes in residential and commercial roof installation and repair.
Shaun Leedham established Leedham Roofing in 1985, then became a Better Business Bureau Accredited Business in 1994.
2009 Leedham Roofing met the BBB Online Business Standards, and today continues to provide the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex the best in total service and customer satisfaction.
Isaias Gonzalez, has been in the roofing business for over 40 years and as a crew chief he has roofed over 1,000 houses in the D/FW Metroplex.
Experience, dependability and reliability; Leedham Roofing strives to make you, the customer, our top priority.
Give us a call today for a no obligation Free Estimate! We will endeavour have your bid at your door within 24 hours or sooner from the time of your call.
Bonded & Insured
Leedham Roofing also provides expertise in helping you with your insurance paper work.
In fact, we are eager to answer any questions you may have about the insurance claim process.
We are fully insured and bonded and will supply you with references so you can feel comfortable with your decision to use Leedham Roofing.
- New Roofs
- Torch Down (Flat Roof)
- Attic Decking (Storage)
- Attic Pull downs (Ladders)
- Wind Turbines
- Ridgeline Vents
- Power Vents
- Intake Vents
- Gable Vents
- Chimney Caps
- Seamless Gutters
- Gutter Repairs
- Gutter Cleaning
- Leaf Screens
- Office 972-231-1540
- Direct 972-953-5381
- Fax 214-377-8657
Did you know?
- Leedham Roofing has been a Better Business Bureau Accredited business since December 1994. This means it supports the BBB's services to the public and meets the BBB Accreditation standards.
- Some claims adjusters insist you can only use their contractors to complete repairs. This is false, and the practice is unethical. You have the right to choose your contractor and should make the decision carefully.
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