"We would like to take this opportunity to thank you and all your team at Central Extreme Roofing for the work undertaken at our house. The product looks fantastic and achieves the exact look we were after.
The roofers' worked efficiently, tidily and professionally. We would certainly recommend both Gerard roof tiles and the application of, by Central Extreme Roofing Limited. Once again, thank-you very much for a job well done".
—Jason Kenneth Mudgway.
Extreme Roofing Central Ltd is a Central Otago based company that provides quality roofing solutions for buildings of all shapes, sizes and ages.
What sets our company apart from many others is a well defined approach of doing the best job possible the first time around.
Extreme Roofing Central Ltd is owned & operated by Quentin Ross. Together with James Hay, Andy Monk & Raphael Dow, they bring more than 60 years experience in the roofing industry and a passion about roofing and everything that goes into ensuring a perfect result from every job.
Site Safe qualified and roofers are Licensed Building Practitioners (LBP).
We aim to provide you with options and excellent service and workmanship at a competitive price
Quentin has come from an extensive background in all things roofing. He has taken the reigns of Extreme Roofing Central Ltd and is determined and driven to ensuring a job well done.
Andy is the silent, silent partner. He has climbed his way to the top (mainly on scaffolding) and now enjoys a great view.
Raphael is no ninja turtle, though he can run across a tray roof when he needs to. A lover of food, his 5 rib special is something else.
James has been doing roofs since who knows when. There is a rumor that he was born with shingles, but it actually turned out to be a birth mark.
THE REMAINDER OF THE TEAM
A great team is only as good as the people in it and we have great people who take a pride in their work.
One of our more complex installs was the roof on the control tower. We are as proud of the finish as we are our team.
Our morning was quite cold, windy and wet, but it made for a stunning Central Otago background.