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Question About Roof Restorations

We believe that your roof is the first line of defence for protecting your number 1 investment, your home. Because of this, your roof then becomes first contact with the sun, wind and rain which can take a toll on your roof over time. To keep your roof in great shape it may require some preventative maintenance, or restoration from time to time.

Sometimes the signs that a roof restoration is required are obvious, eg you have water leaking through your ceiling, etc. It’s preferable to prevent these kind of issues before they happen though. So, to do this, let’s look at a few tell tale signs that a restoration may be approaching.

How can I tell I need to have my roof restored?

We recommend you seek the guidance of a qualified roof restoration specialist to really determine the state of your roof. Having said that, a quick look at your roof will give you some clues it’s time to call the professionals.

There’s no need to get on a ladder – leave that to the pros. View your roof from a distance.

Tile Roof

Look at the ridge caps first. These are the tiles that cover the joins at the top of the roof. Are there any signs of caps slipping? Is the mortar (cement, pointing) breaking away or missing? Are all the caps still there? Are any broken?

Check the valleys between the tile sections. Is there sign of rust? Often the cement from broken pointing will find its way here.

Is there a large amount of lichen or moss on the roof? At the very least it may be time to have it cleaned.

Are there any broken or slipping tiles?

Metal Roof

Look for rust. Rust is a sure sign that your roof requires some attention.

Check the ridge line. Are the ridges secure? Do you see signs of movement or ridges popping up?

Is there a large amount of lichen or moss on the roof? At the very least it may be time to have it cleaned.

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