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Roof Restoration Canberra

Your roof can sometimes seem to be such a permanent fixture that it is hard to imagine that all roofs have a lifespan. Even if your roof has never experienced a leak, or have dislodged or missing tiles, or storm-blown debris damage to your roof, age will begin to take its toll naturally.
 
For most roof types, that lifespan is approximately 25 years. By this time, the brutal effects of the sun has discoloured the roofing material and rain and wind has brought a build up of dirt, mould and moss.

All of these effects begin to chip away at the effectiveness of your roofing materials. A roof restoration can add years to the life of your roof without the requirement of getting your entire roof replaced.
 
The above is just one reason to consider a roof restoration. Think of your roof restoration as being a makeover for your entire roof.

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Maybe you have issues with the current design of your roof and you want to change the look of your roof. Maybe you want to save money on energy costs with a new roofing material.

​Maybe you just want your roof to look like new again because you are putting your property on the market.

Another reason you might need to consider a roof restoration is because your roof is showing signs of damage. If your roof is near the end of its life span, it may be a better and cheaper option to restore your roof, a process you only need to do once, rather than paying for frequent roof repairs.
 
And of course, another reason for considering a roof restoration is because your roof is severely damaged; too damaged for a roof repair, but not so damaged that the underlying roof structure needs replacing.

​It can be confusing and difficult to know whether your roof requires restorative work, and what type of work it requires. That is why we, at Act Now Roofing Canberra, are always willing to help you make that decision. Call us, or enter your details into the contact form, and we can help you make the right decision for your roof.
 
The specifics of a roof restoration can change based on the type of roofing material being restored. That is why every restoration begins with our professional roofing experts inspecting the roof in question. 

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For most roof restorations, the process is as follows. Firstly, the roof is cleaned using a high pressure water pressure jet that will get rid of all dirt, mould, algae, moss, lichen and anything else that can effect your roofing material.
 
Following that, the roof is repaired. What this entails depends on the material used on your roofs. If you have tiles, broken, cracked or missing tiles are replaced. The bedding (the mortar that holds the ridge caps on your roofs in place) and pointing (which goes over the bedding, ensuring the roof is sealed from water) may also need to be replaced.

For metal sheet roofs, this process involves finding leaks and sealing them, as well as replacing metal sheets that might be rusted or damaged.
 
The last step is to paint or recoat the roof, giving the roof its new, pristine look for years to come.
 
A roof restoration can not only boost the look of your house, but prevent future leaks, help lower the cost of your home’s energy requirements, delay you needing to fork over the cost for a completely new roof and increase the property value of your home for when you go in to the market. How long a roof restoration is likely to last depends on a few things, but it should extend the life of your roof by up to 15 years.
 
Restoring a roof is a complicated, time-consuming task, and should only be undertaken by expert roofing professionals such as those at Act Now Roofing Canberra.
 
We know you may still have some questions about the roof restoration process, or perhaps you are still not totally sure whether your roof actually needs a restoration or whether roof repairs might be enough to tide you over. If so, please call us, as we would love to help you make the correct decision for your circumstances.
 
For all of your roof restoration needs, please don’t hesitate to call us, or leave your details in the contact form provided. Our friendly staff are looking forward to talking to you.

    For most roof restorations, the process is as follows. Firstly, the roof is cleaned using a high pressure water pressure jet that will get rid of all dirt, mould, algae, moss, lichen and anything else that can effect your roofing material.
     
    Following that, the roof is repaired. What this entails depends on the material used on your roofs. If you have tiles, broken, cracked or missing tiles are replaced. The bedding (the mortar that holds the ridge caps on your roofs in place) and pointing (which goes over the bedding, ensuring the roof is sealed from water) may also need to be replaced.