MJO Roofing has over 25 years’ experience, so no one knows better than us that every roofing project is different. Not only because each client has different requirements, but also because even the choice of material can vary based on the project.

Winter is finally behind us, and while it’s still blustery old spring right now, summer is not far around the corner. Replacing or repairing your roof in winter comes with all sorts of challenges that are more than just rain.

Not too long ago we made the announcement that MJO Roofing were working on the Brockenhurst College refurbishments. Take a look at how it's coming along...

We are proud to showcase this short video of our work undertake at Bush Hall in Hertfordshire - Our expert team worked in partnership to source the correct materials and worked tirelessly to ensure the aesthetics remained in keeping with the historic site


MJO Roofing, are proud to have been awarded a new contract to do a complete refurbishment, replacing historical tiling at the Brockenhurst College in Brockenhurst, Hampshire. With temperatures dropping under -2 in recent months, our team had quite the challenge to work through the dreaded winter cold.

A roof is something many people take for granted and very rarely think about – but when you own your home, maintaining and caring for your roof means you’re suddenly introduced to a whole new vocabulary. If you need some repairs or work done it’s important that you understand what is what, so you can get the best result from the project and be sure you know what work has been completed where.

There is a point we all reach, and some dread, as homeowners; the point where our roof is aged and damaged and needs to be replaced. Over time weather, aging and visiting nature like nesting birds can impact our roof – with damaged or missing shingles, leaks and weak areas, and general wear and tear taking the roof to a position in which it simply no longer protects our home.

Unconfirmed reports of a spate of damaged roofs across the UK might answer an age-old question; has the big man in red been visiting the good boys and girls?