3 Benefits of Using Fibre Cement Slate Tiles on Your Roof

18 January 2019
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If you want to use tiles on your roof, then you have a few options to choose from. If you like the look of slate tiles, then you may be veering towards using this material. However, you can get a very similar look to slate if you use man-made fibre cement tiles. Fibre cement tiles may reduce your roofing costs while giving you the same cosmetic benefits as natural slate. What are the other advantages of using fibre cement tiles? Read More 

Asbestos Roof Replacement

12 November 2018
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Asbestos roofs are very harmful to your health and can cause asbestosis - a disease that affects the lungs and has caused many deaths. The incubation period between your lungs being infected by asbestos fibres and symptoms of asbestosis showing is usually 10-20 years. Asbestos roofs release fibres when they are disturbed, broken or mishandled.  It is also very easy for asbestos roof sheets to break. Even handling the sheets gently can cause a release of the fibre that you can inhale. Read More 

Two steps you can take to prevent your roof from leaking

4 June 2018
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A leaking roof can result in your home sustaining serious water damage. As such, it's sensible to do what you can to prevent this from happening. Here are two ways to do this. Replace, rather than repair, cracked roof tiles Roof tiles can crack if they are struck by a heavy object (such as a tree branch or a rock, for example) or if they are frequently exposed to fluctuating temperatures. Read More 

3 Indicators You Have the Right Re Roofing Expert

27 March 2018
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Does water seep into your house through the rood during the rainy season? Does the roof rattle when the wind is blowing? These are some of the signs which indicate that your roof needs intensive repairs. However, if these problems are still persistent after several repairs, the best option is to re-roof the entire house. It is important to use the right experts since roofing DIYs can result in costly mistakes. Read More 

Truss Roofing Tips for New Contractors

27 November 2017
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Completing a builder's course is exciting because it paves the way for you to become a roofing contractor. However, as much as builder's training courses try to ensure a smooth transition between college and real life roofing projects, it can get very demanding for fresh graduates. For example, as a roofer, you have to interact with many other professionals to produce the best wood trusses for your clients. Therefore, you need to understand your role in the entire group of technicians in the building industry. Read More