Roofing FAQs

Are all your roofers licensed and insured?
Yes. Each of our roofers has the correct license and they are all insured. They also have guarantees based on the materials that are used on your project.

What is a Roof Restoration?
This is the process of restoring the look, water proofing and structural integrity to your roof. However, it is much less expensive than replacing the old roof. The process may include cleaning, re-pointing, repairs, repairing and then painting.

How long does a roof restoration take?
Generally, a roof will take less than one week, but small jobs can be completed in less than two days. There are sometimes issues that add to the timeline, such as materials needed, public holidays and access to the job site.

When should I have my roof restored?
The best time to work on it is when signs of wear become noticeable. The process will give a new life to your roof and save a lot of money in the future.

How much does an inspection and a quote cost?
A quote is free and you have no obligations following it.

How much does a roof restoration cost?
As each property will have different sized roofs, and different needs, we will need to inspect your roof. Obviously, the size of the roof is the main factor here, as well as the roof access and the materials needed.

Can you do roof restoration jobs in the rain?
No, due to health and safety reasons, this is not possible.

How do I know whether my roof should be restored or replaced?
An inspection is the best process to decide if your roof needs to be repaired or replaced. Older homes may benefit from a roof replacement, as it can improve the standard of the home. Our licensed specialists will advise you following the inspection of your roof. If your roof is not suitable for a restoration, then you will be told and advised on the best course of action.

How do I get started?
Get in contact with us via your preferred method, we will contact you to get things started from there!