Corrugated galvanised iron sheets are the most common form of roof covering found in Queensland.
The most common reason that old galvanised roofs rust is constant moisture contact. This is usually from dirt and debri build up where short metal roof sheets have been lapped. Roof sheets are now bought in custom lengths which eliminate the issues associated with lapping sheets.
Replacing your galvanised iron roof with metal will:
If you currently have a tiled roof and are looking to upgrade to steel, we can help!
Your new metal roof will be far stronger and not require the ongoing maintenance or restoration synonymous with tiled roofs. Reasons to consider converting to a metal roof include:
In most cases, an average sized tile roof can be removed and the new roof installed within the same day.
As possibly the most despised roofing material in existence, Decramastic roof tiles are pressed metal tile strips that were made to imitate concrete tiles. Produced from light gauge metal, it deforms very easily if walked on – often leading to roof leaks.
Reasons to consider replacing a Decramastic roof:
In most cases, an average sized decromastic roof can be removed and the new roof installed within the same day.
After 30+ years of being exposed to Queensland’s harsh climate, asbestos roof sheeting is often left eroded exposing deadly fibres and putting residents at risk.
Replacing your asbestos roof with metal will: