ACT Now Roofing Canberra

Roof Replacement Canberra

There are some situations when your roof can not be simply repaired or even restored; in such situations you will need to have your roof replaced.

We, at Act Now Roofing Canberra, are experts at roof replacements, and are looking forward to working with you.
 
Roof replacements, also sometimes called re-roofing, are for those situations when the roof has become so damaged that it can not be simply restored.

​In those situations, it is not enough to simply patch the holes and leaks and resurface the roof; what is required is the removal and replacement of all the roofing material, and sometimes even the support structure, the roof trusses underneath.

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Roof replacements are, understandably, more expensive than roof restorations, as it is a much bigger job. It takes longer, requires more roofing material, and requires the original roof to be totally removed first.

They are for those situations where the roof is either irreparable, perhaps due to major storm damage, or from a tree falling down, or when your roof has a history of requiring increasingly severe roof repair. 

If you need to replace your roof, you should consider this as an opportunity to redefine the look and the feel of your house. Despite the name ‘roof replacement’, you don’t need to replace your roof with an exact copy of what it was before.

In most situations, when you are replacing your roof, it has been around for decades. Times have changed since your roof was installed, so perhaps it is time for a different look.

Re-roofing gives you the opportunity to change your roofing material. It gives you the chance to change the roofing colour. It also gives you a chance to change the look of the roof, so that it can have an even greater curb appeal.

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When deciding on new roofing material, please do your research beforehand. Metal Roofing is becoming a very popular roofing material;  it is very durable, it is extremely fire resistant, it’s naturally resistant to termites and it is energy efficient. You can get it in any number of colours, styles and textures, and it is protected against root and mildew.
 
Terracotta roof tiles has been around for ages, and for good reason. They last a long time, and can blend into any neighbourhood setting, if that is your preference. They insulate your home and seal well against moisture.
 
Another option might be concrete tiles. These last a long time, are very easy to maintain, get stronger with age, hold up well in weather extremes, and can come in many different colours and shapes.

There are a lot of options when it comes to the types of roofing material you can use when performing a roof replacement. But you probably still have a lot of questions. Perhaps you are not sure whether your roof requires a replacement, or if a restoration or repair can fix the issue. Perhaps you don’t know which roofing material best suits your situation, or you’d like to change the look of your house, but you are not sure of the best options.
 
At Act Now Roofing Canberra, we can help you with those kinds of questions. Roof Replacements are a big job, and you need to be sure that it is the right decision for you. We can help you come to that decision.
 
For all your roof replacement requirements, or questions regarding roof replacements, call us, or leave your details in the contact form provided. Our friendly staff are looking forward to talking to you.

    When deciding on new roofing material, please do your research beforehand. Metal Roofing is becoming a very popular roofing material;  it is very durable, it is extremely fire resistant, it’s naturally resistant to termites and it is energy efficient. You can get it in any number of colours, styles and textures, and it is protected against root and mildew.
     
    Terracotta roof tiles has been around for ages, and for good reason. They last a long time, and can blend into any neighbourhood setting, if that is your preference. They insulate your home and seal well against moisture.
     
    Another option might be concrete tiles. These last a long time, are very easy to maintain, get stronger with age, hold up well in weather extremes, and can come in many different colours and shapes.