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Welcome to Hull Brothers Roofing

Since 1928, Hull Brothers Roofing has been the #1 choice of homeowners & building managers for their residential & commercial roofing needs. Here's why…

Dedication to
Honesty

Dedication to Honesty

Regardless of the Contractor You Choose to Do Business With...

We'll give you the information that you need to know to avoid costly mistakes.

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Expert
Craftsmanship

Expert Craftsmanship

Since 1928, we've completed 1000's of residential & commercial roofing projects.

Our properly trained & certified installers understand the importance of each & every project! Our reputation depends on it.

Impeccable
Reputation

Of course we don't expect you to take our word for it...

See what the Better Business Bureau & Angie's List has to say about us.

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Options that Fit
Your Budget

Options that Fit Your Budget

Why overpay for your project when you don't have to!

Our decades of experience, expertise & knowledge has allowed us to solve many roofing problems. We know what products meet both your budget & goals for your project.

How To Find The Best Roofing Company in Los Angeles

 

Finding the best roofing company in Los Angeles requires some effort. If you are in need of a roofer, you'll want to know how to find the best roofing company in Los Angeles without a lot of effort. Online searches will help you to find the best roofing company in Los Angeles and Hull Brothers
(310) 553-1999 is not only the best roofing company in Los Angeles but the oldest being
in business for 85 yrs.

Message from the President

Dear Homeowner,

My name is Chuck Jewett. I am President of Hull Brothers Roofing in Los Angeles, CA. Since 1928, we have been considered the premier roofing expert in the area. We do something very unique in our industry in that we make the process of repairing or replacing your roof simple and worry-free, and we’d like to prove it to you.

Since you are on our website, you are probably in the process of finding a Los Angeles Roofing contractor. What we’d like to do is provide you with all of the information that you need so that you can thoroughly research companies that you are considering to hire for your project. Your home and/or commercial property may very well be your most valuable financial asset. So it is critically important to be cautious when you hire someone to work on it.

There is a very good reason why the Federal Trade Commission says,
“Don’t automatically choose the lowest bidder.”

The California State Licensing Board also states,
“Do not automatically accept the lowest bid. In fact, you should beware of any bid that is substantially lower than the others. It probably indicates that the contractor made a mistake or is not including all the work quoted by his or her competitors. You may be headed for a dispute with your contractor if you accept an abnormally low bid. It is also possible that this contractor will cut corners or do substandard work in order to make a profit on the job.”

Every year I meet with three or four home or business owners to look at problems with their "new" roofs. These owners have lost contact with the original roofer or he won't come back and has stopped returning their calls. In extreme cases, the roofer has come back many times, failed to fix the problem and has given up, or even worse, has gone out of business.

With a little bit of prodding, I can usually determine that consumers in these dire situations all have one thing in common: They took the lowest bid. In fact, when I take a look at their roofing “contract,” it usually only consists of one page with a few scribbled lines describing the ambiguous work to be performed. Personally, I’m horrified that any reasonable person would let this type of roofer onto their property in the first place, let alone actually give him their hard-earned money.

Beware of Roofing Companies that are Overly Aggressive in Trying to Get Your Business

Now, there are many obvious reasons why a roofer would low-ball his bid for your project, but the most common is simple: he is absolutely desperate for money. Any money, but since he’s now sitting in your living room, it’s your money. He will say or promise anything to get you to sign his contract that you do not understand.

Once that low bid contract is signed, the only way that roofer will be able to put as much of your money into his pocket as possible is to cut corners and do substandard work.

Unfortunately, this happens all the time. Another perfect scenario for failure is the inexperienced untrained salesman that low-balls your bid. He turns in your signed contract to the Boss, and suddenly they both realize the salesman has underestimated the realistic cost of constructing your job and that they simply cannot make any money building your roof for that initial low-ball price.

Now the roofer is between a rock and hard place because it’s not possible to go back to you and ask for more money. Maybe the roofer should just confess to his error and cancel your contract? No way! He has a contract, and he’s going to figure out how to make these numbers work. Does he sacrifice and own up to his error? Guess again. This roofer is now more motivated than ever to cut corners and do substandard work, and he knows hundreds of ways to cheat!

His one and only sole objective from that point forward is to do the work as quickly as possible, have as little contact with you as possible, skip the details, get paid and get the heck out of there. Hit and run! This guy never wants to hear from you again lest you discover what he has done.

Compounding this low bid problem is the apparent willingness of some consumers to participate in their own scamming. They don’t do their proper homework when searching for roofing in Los Angeles.

There are 3 critical things that homeowners, building owners, facility managers, etc. need to do before even calling a company to set an appointment. We highlight those steps here.

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Is your Roof Ready for El Nino?
According to the Wall Street Journal: The presence of a strong El Niño almost ensures that 2015 will become
the warmest on record for Earth and will have ripple effects on weather patterns all over the world.
A strong El Niño event would likely lead to enhanced rainfall in California this fall and winter..

Consumer Notice

Beware of Non-Compliant Re-Roofing Proposals

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