Trust a member of the Roofing Association

The Roofing Association of New Zealand (RANZ) represents over 300 NZ roofing member businesses nationwide. RANZ members have passed strict criteria to gain membership status. RANZ works on behalf of its members to develop industry communication, regulation, training and more, for improvement in housing quality and the industry as a whole. 

If you're looking for a reputable roofing business, then choose wisely and employ the services of a member of the Roofing Association of New Zealand. Look for the trusted RANZ Member Logo. 

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Earlier in the week you sent me a list of tradespeople for a small job in Epsom. I called all of them…they all responded very quickly and politely. I think they in turn all contacted the vendor asap as well. We had one trades person there on Wednesday and the job was done that afternoon. Excellent service from them all and a quick note to say THANK YOU.

Janet McGillivray, UP Real Estate, Mt Eden, Auckland

Thank you very much - all sorted. Such prompt service also.

John, Northland.

Roofing is a winning specialist trade 

Roofing has evolved to become a skilled, specialist trade and is largely regulated under the government's licensing schemeOver the last 30 years with innovative architectural designs and introduction of new and different roof systems into the New Zealand market, much has changed and the career of a roofer or roof supplier can be an interesting and prosperous pathway. The winner of RANZ prestigious biennial Roofing Excellence Award Richie Powell of Project Unite, is a great example. He led the roofing project for the multi-award winning Manukau bus and train interchange. 

RANZ has worked tirelessly to establish formal training and certification for roofing in New Zealand. Check out what is on offer now. 

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Manukau2 Cr Project Unite

Like anything in life if you put nothing in you don’t get anything out either. In the 25 years I’ve been a member, the roofing industry has become a lot more professional; companies share information but I think the industry could still work more collaboratively. In the scheme of things, RANZ is very young, but we have already achieved strong influence with industry and government.

Frank Thomas, Kirikiriroa Hamilton - RANZ Life Member

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