Roof Restoration and Maintenance Tips for the Rainy Season

February 25, 2018 Roof Restoration

Many homeowners report unexpected leaks every year during rainfall periods. This generally occurs due to neglecting something you believe to be working properly, such as your roof. Studies show that this is one of the least tended spots in almost every household, the consequences of which can be devastating to the ceiling and upper walls, electrical installations, […]

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How Long Does a Roof Restoration Take?

January 11, 2018 Roof Restoration

Roof restoration has long been considered as a wise investment for keeping a home safe and secure. The roof your home should be able to withstand the test of various weather conditions. But as with anything, the roof has a life cycle. A few years after it reaches its prime, it becomes susceptible to many […]

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Sure fire Ways To Achieve a Successful Roof Repairing Project

December 11, 2017 Roof Repair, Roof Restoration

Sometimes weather can cause a hole in your roof when the general structure of your roof deteriorates. You may want to finally pick the phone and call a roof restoration service. Most of these services are highly professional and will do the job for you, so check out the internet for the best ones in […]

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Top Ten Ways for Saving Money on Roofing Restoration

September 25, 2017 Roof Restoration

Simple and Easy Roofing Tips to Save Money Whenever roofing is mentioned, it seems like simple enough a job for most people. It just involves ripping off the old roof and put the new one in place. This couldn’t be further from the truth, because not only is it a difficult project, but it can […]

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Common Reasons Why Your Newcastle Roofing is Rotting

Roof rot is a serious problem. What makes it worse is that it is often invisible to the naked eye. Your roof could be rotting from the inside and no one would notice until the stability of your home or the health of your family was compromised. Moisture is the number one enemy of all […]

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How Easily Can A Roof Blow Away?

June 8, 2017 Roof Restoration

When Mother Nature is not in a good mood, storms happen! During storm season the news is filled with dozens of cases of houses losing their roofing or suffering any other damages. You might even start wondering just how easily this could happen to your own home. Well, we have all the answers for the […]

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Your all weather friend

November 1, 2016 Roof Restoration

When you think of a roof, you probably think tiles. Tiles are the most common roofing material in Australia, and indeed in the world, for many reasons apart from their durability. But did you know that the roofing designs have developed so much over the years that you now have multiple roofing solutions that compare […]

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To restore or to replace- that is the question

October 17, 2016 Roof Restoration

The decision to restore your roof or replace it altogether is never quite straight forward. In the rare cases that a roof is so far gone it cannot be restored, then the choice is made for you. But for every other roof condition, it is a tough decision to make, which hopefully can be partially, […]

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Why Roof Bedding and Re-bedding is Important

August 12, 2016 Roof Repair, Roof Restoration

Roof beddings are sand or cement-based layers of mortar that serve as coating on your roof before the ridge capping process is started or an additional layer is applied. Having said this, it’s important to know why it is essential to have roof beddings and how it affects your safety and the safety of your […]

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Roof Restoration vs. Roof Repair: When Should You Choose One Over The Other?

The roof of your house should always be a top concern. Not only is it an important aesthetic and physical aspect, but it also protects you and your family from the weather and other outside forces. To maintain your roof, you must do a regular physical inspection and cleaning. It is through this that you […]

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