Is re-roofing the right solution for your home?

23 December 2020
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Re-roofing is a quick and simple method of repairing a roof, which involves placing a new layer of shingles over the old worn and damaged layer. It offers an alternative to simply replacing the roof, but is it the best option for you? Here is a guide to when re-roofing is the right solution. When time and money are an issue Firstly, re-roofing is a much cheaper option than replacing the roof. Read More 

How Can You Tell How Much Money a Roof Replacement Will Cost You?

27 October 2020
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Getting a roof replacement is a huge investment. Yet, when you repair it, you add the house's lifespan, get better insulation from the heat in summer, cold in winter, and improve the curb appeal of the home. Timely roof replacement can also help save money on insurance and improve the resale value of the home. However, you can only reap all these benefits after organizing the roof installation project properly and set aside the ideal amount of money as a budget for it. Read More 

3 Roofing Tips to Consider When Building a Granny Flat

13 August 2020
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One of the easiest and most economical ways to extend the living space in your home is to attach a granny flat at the back. Granny flats are simple in design, spacious and cheap to build. You can also customise them into a design or shape to match the existing architectural design of your home. However, before getting a granny flat kit, you need to think about the right type of roof for it. Read More 

Three Different Roof Shapes

9 June 2020
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Whether you're building a new home or replacing the roofing, it can be helpful and eyeopening to be familiar with several common roof shapes. Awareness will help you to differentiate and appreciate distinct styles that might be possible for your house. Here are some details on three roof shapes. Hip Roof Hip roofs are relatively common in Australia. With these structures, each exterior wall of a house meets horizontally with a roof section that overhangs to form an eave. Read More