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HANDYMAN

A handyman is essentially a jack of all trades. These individuals are hired by the hour to perform any number of small repair and improvement chores around...

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HOME REPAIR

When you think about home repair, there are essentially hundreds of things that come to mind, right? Whether your home has wall scuffs that desperately need to be …

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MOBILE HOME REPAIR

You have reached Brunswick County's #1 choice for mobile home repairs! The truth is that not many home repair contractors include mobile home repair in their list …

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FLOORING INSTALLATION

We are the best around when it comes to flooring installation services! At Drew's Roofing and Home Repair, we are honest and professional and most of …

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RUBBER ROOFING MOBILE HOMES

In recent years, EPDM rubber roofing has become a popular roofing material for mobile homes. EPDM is an incredibly durable synthetic rubber membrane …

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Southport’s #1 Choice for your roofing and home repair needs; including, carpentry, painting, flooring installation, and home maintenance plans.

You’ve come to the right place—our motto “One Call Does It All”

We offer full services to homeowners who just don’t have the time to keep up with all their home repair maintenance needs. No job is too small! Take a look at our reviews. We are considered professional, honest, and punctual. We’re not happy unless you are happy. Your home deserves the best of care and we believe that.

Drew’s Roofing and Home Repair offers a wide range of roofer, roofing, and home repair services to resident’s in the Southport and Brunswick County area. Our services cover a multitude of home repair problems.

No need to call 3 different contractors—when you can call Us 910-845-2207

Home Repair Services

We’ll list some of more popular services. Have a job that’s not listed? Pick up the phone and call us. 

Roofer Serving Southport NC, Oak Island, Shallotte, Supply, Bolivia

We can handle all of your roofing needs. Need a new roof? We do that too? Need just a few shingles replaced? Yes, we can. Oh, and if you own a mobile home -- We absolutely can help you.

Carpentry

Our team of carpenters are top-notch in the industry. Need a home addition? Need closet shelving installed? Need a new wall built? We can do all that.

Flooring Installation

Our team of floor installers will have your new floor finished before you know it. We got you covered; carpet, tile, hardwood.

EPDM Rubber Roofing

We love this work and have 100's of videos to show the excellent rubber roofing jobs we've completed.

Painting – Exterior and Interior

Our painting pros will make your interior shine. Need some touch up painting? Call us today. Exterior painting? Yes we got you covered.

Mobile Home Repair

Not many contractors around will work on your mobile home. We're good it and it's just one of many of Drew's specialties!

Home Repair Problems We Can Help With

Let’s face it all home owners have a need at some point with peeling paint, worn carpet or flooring, leaking roof. That’s why Drew’s Roofing and Home Repair is your “One Call Does It All” solution.

Leaking Roof

If your roof is leaking you should not wait to have it repaired. Delaying roof repair you are opening up your home to all sorts of problems.

Clogged Gutters

How long has it been since you cleaned your gutters? If you can’t remember, it’s time to pick up the phone and all us.

Peeling Paint

Hate to paint? Our paint crew is top-notch and professional. Call for your free quote—interior and exterior.

Tile Repair

Do you need a new tile floor? Are your tiles cracked? Our expert tile installer will have you walking on new floors sooner than you think.

Our Perfect Customer

Seniors – We know how scary it can be perfect customerwhen you need home repair and are not sure who to call. There are scammers out there who take advantage of our senior generation. We have been in business for over 25 years right here in Southport and have several reviews—you can trust us.

Busy Moms and Dads – We know how life takes precedent over minor home repairs. Put your honey-do list together and give us a call. We can knock it out for ya—sometimes before dinner.

Landlords – Do you own rental homes? Do you have a contractor you can count on? We’d love to work with you. Our reviews tell it all.

Have we forgotten something that’s not on the list? Call (910) 845-2207 and ask.

How to Contact Drew

Call our office at 910-845-2207 to make an appointment or just ask a question.

Call Drews RoofingDrew's Roofing & Home Repair, 1761 E Navaho Rd
Southport, NC 28461
Phone: 910-845-2207

17 Comments

  1. joe on August 4, 2013 at 2:22 pm

    wish you were in n.j. i would hire you guys , to do our roof , see we are moving in to a mobile home , in friendly village , Summer fields , williamstown n.j. 08094 . we are short selling our house . and moving in to a single wide . for 12 thousand . but it needs a roof .you guys do a great job , and you like making people happy , now that’s good business . GOD BLESS YOU GUYS . how much does cost for a job like that , 12 x 60 plus a pop out .like on your you tube video . and whats better , shingles or a rubber roof . price wise ???? again , GOD BLESS YOU GUYS .



  2. Andrew Bussell on August 7, 2013 at 8:59 am

    Hey Joe,

    Wish I was there too so I could help you out. A job like that around here would be around 3000.00 rubber is the way to go for sure if it was a metal trailor.

    Hope this helps.

    Drew



  3. Mr. Guy on August 26, 2013 at 6:33 pm

    Hello to you, This is Guy in northeast Fla. I have a older mobil home, Instead of the rubber on the insulation board, can i just put shingles. Seems to me the shingles would last longer in the heat of the Fla. sun. Or would that be to much weight? Thank you for your time.



  4. Laurie on September 4, 2013 at 5:49 pm

    Saw your video on replacing windows in mobile home. What brand of windows did you used and how can I find them? Any information would be helpful. Thanks a bunch!



  5. Pat on September 6, 2013 at 12:52 am

    Hi,
    I just saw your video!! I was looking for an alternative source of roof repair for my mobile home. As I have already filed a claim with insurance and got someone to repair my roof my it still leaks and guy won’t answer my calls and i have no money to sue him. I am in Conyers GA. any chance you guys do work in GA. I am interested in a rubber roof.
    Thanks
    Pat



  6. Walter Gardner on September 15, 2013 at 9:02 pm

    I saw your video on the mobile home roof defect and I can’t believe this! I’ve been fighting with insurance for years over this exact same problem. I had a new shingle roof installed after Katrina and it worked for about a couple of years and now its doing the same thing. To hear you say its a manufacturing defect is what I herd from my roofer in 2005 but my then insurance Allstate would not help me. In fact they treated me as if I were a second rate home owner because I lived in a mobile home. Allstate is nowhere to be found now here in Mobile Alabama because of hurricane Katrina. I still have the problem. Looking for metal roofing I came across your video. Do you think my problem is still approachable through insurance or the manufacturer? I’m sure the walls must be damaged by now.
    Thank you for your video,
    Frank Gardner



  7. Joe Bonchek on September 26, 2013 at 12:24 am

    Drew,

    Have been watching the videos and was interested in roof repair in Oregon. Do you recommend rubber roofs in any of the US or is there another type that goes well with the cold and rain? Our home is pit set and would like to do some replumbing. Is that a DIY project or should it be left to the big boys. Who would you recommend as repair specialists in the Portland, Oregon area. Better yet what should it cost me in roof repair and replumbing? Really appreciate the videos and the how well you do your work.

    Kind regards,
    Joe



  8. Ramon Morffi on October 22, 2013 at 3:25 pm

    Drew, like your videos on you-tube (learned a lot)….I have a park model home (40X12)with an overhang (screen aluminum porch) attached to a cabin…Apparently the previous owner put in a new roof several years back…..My place is in Cleveland GA in an RV resort…Do you recommend any contractor in the area or would your company be interested in doing the work? Thanks



  9. Andrew Bussell on October 23, 2013 at 8:52 am

    Mr. Guy

    Without seeing the home it’d be hard for me to tell; however, rubber roofing in my opinion would be the better way to go.



  10. Andrew Bussell on October 23, 2013 at 8:55 am

    Laurie,

    We use Atrium new construction windows when we install them in a mobile home.

    Let me know if you have any more questions.



  11. Andrew Bussell on October 23, 2013 at 8:58 am

    Pat,

    Where in Georgia do you live? One never knows–we may be able to help you.

    Give us call. (910) 845-2207



  12. Andrew Bussell on October 23, 2013 at 9:01 am

    Walter,

    I am not sure if its still under warranty with the manufacturer; however, it might be something you want to pursue.

    Hope this helps.



  13. Andrew Bussell on October 23, 2013 at 9:02 am

    Joe,

    I don’t know of anybody in Portland that I can recommend. I am currently working on a database of roofers that I recommend but haven’t got to the western states yet. Rubber roofing works well in any climate.

    Thanks
    Drew



  14. Andrew Bussell on October 23, 2013 at 9:08 am

    Ramon,

    I don’t know of any contractor in Cleveland that I can recommend.



  15. Marzy Enriquez on December 2, 2013 at 6:10 pm

    Hello Andrew,

    I live in a mobile home that needs roof repair asap. We came across your videos and I’m so glad you uploaded your work. Thank you!

    Last week it rained for an entire day and it really did do some damage. Rumor has it, we will get rain twice this week and let me tell you the thought of rain terrifies me.

    I need your help please. If you were here we would definitely hire you we live in Arizona. I feel confident after watching your videos. We decided to do the repair on our own. Can you please tell me what size of plywood to use? We live in a 1979 mobile home. Also, where do we buy the EPDM rubber?

    Thank you,
    Marzy



  16. Andrew Bussell on January 4, 2014 at 8:51 am

    Marzy,

    I believe I answered this via email. I hope you got your problems fixed and if we lived in Arizona–I could definitely help you.

    Drew



  17. Ismael (Izzy) Cintron on January 24, 2014 at 11:22 am

    We spoke today, 1-24-14, and your advice lifted the huge weight off my shoulders. It’s cold in Concord, NH and the advice you gave me will ensure that next winter this home will be leak free and a whole lot warmer! Thank you man. You need your own show so you can go to different states and do mobile home rehabs. Start with mine! Once again thank you very much. I’ll update you in the spring when I can start working on the windows and roof. I’ll video record it and post it so you can have a good laugh at my craftsmanship.