Unhappy with your current roof? This informative article will give you information on the differences between replacing and restoring your roof as well as some advice on which would be right for you.
When it comes to improving roofing, you typically have two options. The first, and usually cheaper, option is the keep the current roof but to hire a professional to restore it. The second, more expensive option is to have the roof replaced.
Depending on your circumstances your roofing expert may advise one over the other.
Roof restoration involves restoring the current roof and the process will vary depending on what your roof is made of, however typically it will involve a thorough clean and repair and may, if your roof is made of ceramic tiles or galvanised steel, include a reseal and paint. If your roof is looking a bit tired but is, generally, in good repair, you’ll probably find that roof restoration is all it requires to have it looking brand new again.
Roof replacement involves replacing the entire roof, sometimes with the same material as before but, more often, people will choose to replace an old tiled roof with a new colorbond one. There are a variety of reasons for why people choose to replace their roof. The typical ones are:
If you decide that roof replacement is the right solution for you, then make sure you post your roofing job with Service Central. We’ll have the professionals come to you!