What are the indicators that my roof needs restoring?
If your roof has become faded, or is covered with moss, has bits of broken tiles about, and is generally bringing down the overall look of your home, you may consider having a roof restoration done. Other factors may include loss of insulation, and small or minor leaks when it rains.
Upon inspection our roofers can safely guide you in the right direction.
What do I get by having my roof restored?
The end result is a beautiful looking roof which considerably increases the overall appeal of your home. Normally this increases the value of your home.
Depending on the material used for your roof, the restoration will also prolong the life of your roof.
How much does a roof restoration cost?
Obviously it is very difficult to estimate the cost of restoration without having inspected your roof. To give you some idea though, you can refer to our Roof Restoration Cost page. Typically a roof restoration will involve at least the minimum steps; roof cleaning, roof repairs and roof painting. In a roof restoration, we will bundle these services into a fair price after having inspected your roof.
How long does a roof restoration take?
The average duration of a restoration job can be done in a week or less. There are variables which may change this such as the amount of work that needs to be done, size of roof, etc. and of course weather conditions. We’ll always endeavour to prevent delays.
Lead time may also vary as our workload fluctuates. Please enquire on our number or use our contact form to find out what our current wait time is.
Can my roof be restored or should I have it replaced?
This is a common question we get from our clients. Ultimately the decision is yours which you can make after consultation with our roofers. Our roofers will inspect your roof and give you the best advice in their honest opinion.
Two points to consider when thinking about restoration or replacing your roof are how bad is your current roof and your budget.
Either way, if your existing roof is leaking or deteriorating rapidly then the longer it is left the worse the problems caused will be.