How to Choose a Roofing Company - Essential Accreditations

By: Colin Armstrong

If you have an issue with your roof, the first thing you are going to need to do is contact a roofing company to come and look at and, hopefully, fix the problem.

Finding a roofer is this day and age is not a problem; choosing one that can do the job properly, however, is. A quick search for ‘roofers in Glasgow’ on Google returns more than 360,000 results – some of which are more reputable than others. So how on earth do you pick the best one?

The easiest way is stick with a company that holds professional accreditations and memberships with industry bodies. If a company is fully accredited, it is generally a sign that they are proven in their expertise while adhering to a strict code of practice.

Here are the accreditations and memberships that our Glasgow roofers hold.


The National Federation of Roofing Contractors Limited(NFRC) is the leading roof trade association in the UK and represents over 70% of the roofing industry by value. The NFRC is dedicated to providing confidence to clients that use it members and operates a strict code of practice that ensures high standards of workmanship and sound business practice.


The Contractors Health and Safety Scheme (CHAS) is organisation set up to improve health and safety standards across Britain and receive duplicated safety applications for both suppliers and buyers. By being a member of CHAS, a company is able to demonstrate its ability to adequately manage health and safety and gives assurances to the client that the firm excels in these areas.


The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) has been at the heart of accident prevention in the UK and across the world for close to 100 years. The charity promotes safety and the prevention of accidents at work and membership signifies commitment to health and safety.


The Association of Technical Lightning & Access Specialists (ATLAS) has represented the leading players in the lightning protection and steeplejack industries for over 60 years and is committed to improving work practices, technical excellence, and workforce skills to ensure clients are provided with the highest standard of service.


The British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICSc) is the largest independent, professional and educational body within the cleaning industry and is dedicated to raising the standards of education and build awareness of the cleaning industry through professionalism and accredited training.

At Balmore, the fact that we hold these accreditations shows customers that we are a highly qualified company you can trust to solve your problems in a professional and safe manner. To find out more about us as well as the services we offer, go to

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