Two Preparatory Steps to Take if You’ve Decided to Have Roof Restoration Work Done to Your House

If a roofer has agreed to restore your house's dilapidated roof, you should try to take the following steps to prepare for this process.   Prune any trees that are growing near the roof If there are any trees that are growing near your house's roof, you should use a large pair of gardening shears to prune them before the roof restoration activities get started. TThese trees could endanger the roofer and make it harder for them to do the restorative work that you have asked them to do. Read More 

3 Instances When Asbestos Roof Replacement Becomes Necessary And What To Expect

The total ban on the use of asbestos throughout Australia remains. However, because asbestos was popularly used in different building materials, there are still many buildings across the country that have asbestos roofing. At one point or another, it may become necessary to replace these roofs. Prompt action becomes imperative as far as asbestos roof replacement is concerned in several situations, as highlighted below. 1. A Very Old Roof While asbestos is inherently very strong and designed to weather the elements, exposure to these elements over a long time will lead to weathering. Read More 

Why Is Your Metal Roof Creaking?

When you moved into a house with a metal roof, you probably didn't think about noise issues. You were probably just pleased to have a quality roof up that can protect your home for years. However, since you've moved in, you've noticed that the roof makes odd creaking noises. These noises don't happen all the time, but they happen often enough to make you worry that something is wrong with the roof. Read More