29 October 2021
When people hear or think about roof damage they often visualise entire sheet metal roofs being pulled off by hurricane-force winds or tiled roofs being caved in by large trees during a major storm. While these events do happen, they are very rare and the main focus of most roof repair companies is much smaller but more insidious than that. After all, if the damage to your roof is small enough, you may not even know it is there and it can fester and get worse.
28 June 2021
Roofing is constructed from sturdy materials, and for much of the time, it endures the elements with little detrimental effect. However, at times it will require repairs. Here are several issues you may come across with your home. Flashing One of the major natural elements that can endanger roofing is rain. Thus, it needs to be tightly sealed and secure at every point. A particularly vulnerable area is the joints between a protruding element, such as a chimney or vent, and the roof.
28 June 2021
Once you've decided to go ahead with a roof replacement, you need to select a cladding material. Two standard options are tiles and metal sheets, both of which are explained below. Tiles If you like a textured roof, you could consider tiles. They're typically made from concrete or terracotta in reds, oranges, greys and creams. The colour of a terracotta tile extends throughout, so it won't chip or flake. On the other hand, some concrete tiles can fade as they're covered in a paint layer.
18 March 2021
When building or renovating your house one of the last things you will probably think about is roof painting. It is a practice that is often either relegated until last or forgotten about entirely, which is a shame because it can provide quite a lot of benefits. Your roof, after all, does a lot of the work to keep your home safe from rain, hail, heat and even snow in some parts of Australia.
29 January 2021
When building or replacing a residential roof, you need to choose which cladding material to put in place. One possibility is tiling and its advantages are explained below. Profile Variety Tiles come in various profiles, shapes and designs to suit different architectural styles and roof pitches. You could install wave-shape tiles that overlap for a classic look. Other forms include shingles and modern angular tiles. Whether your home is heritage, cottage or contemporary, a harmonious profile is available.