Bucks county, Pennsylvania is a place that has pretty moderate climate conditions for most of the year. However, the winters are more extreme than the summers and this means that your roof can take a beating pretty quickly. If you are on the market for a roof repair or replacement and you would like to know that you are working with the best roofers in Bucks county, then fill out the form on the right. We have prescreened local roofing contractors and verified things like license, insurance and experience. So you can receive free estimates from up to three roofers in Bucks county who are well equipped to handle your roofing needs.
Bucks County, Pennsylvania was founded in 1682 by William Penn as one of the three original counties of Pennsylvania. Penn also helped design the county seal, which features a tree and a vine. It was named for the county of Buckinghamshire, England, where Penn had formerly lived. Pennsbury Manor, Penn's estate, was located within the county and still stands today to receive visitors interested in Pennsylvania's colonial history. Bucks County, PA is located in eastern Pennsylvania. Adjacent Pennsylvania counties include Northampton, Philadelphia, and Montgomery. To the east of the county lies New Jersey.
The Delaware River flows along the border of Bucks County, Pennsylvania. It was here where George Washington and his troops famously crossed the Delaware on Christmas 1776, launching a surprise attack and winning an important victory over the British at the Battle of Trenton on the eastern side of the river.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author James Michener was raised in Bucks County by adoptive Quaker parents. An even more renowned writer, Pearl S. Buck, winner of the Nobel Prize as well as the Pulitzer, lived there for a time and is now buried there. Those who admire her writings may visit the Pearl S. Buck House, located in the county. Margaret Mead, the pioneering anthropologist, also grew up in Bucks County. The activist Abbie Hoffman died in the county.
We very frequently serve the roofing estimate needs of the following communities in Bucks county, PA: Bensalem, Warminster, Falls, Lower Makefield, Bristol, Lower Southampton, Northampton, Middletown, and Newtown.