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DIY & HOME OWNER TIPS

It’s January and that means it's the middle of summer in Queensland. Think long days and plenty of sunshine, but also scorching temperatures and high humidity. Harsh sunlight and temperatures not only cause temperatures inside the home to rise dramatically, but they can also be damaging to roofing surfaces.

It’s a new year and you know what that means - out with the old and in with the new! For many, that just means cleaning out your wardrobe, but it may apply to some major but needed changes as well, like getting a roof replacement. 

So, you’re ready to buy your first home? If you are, congratulations are in order! A home is a great investment, and to get a good deal on your investment, you must know the basics of what to look out for when inspecting your new home. In this post, we share our guide to roofs for first home buyers.
As it’s coming to the end of 2018, we take a look into the potential future of roofing in Australia.

As Australia’s needs evolve, we’ve seen major changes in the roofing industry over the years. With changes in industry codes and standards implemented every year, new roofing products, materials and techniques continue to emerge.
Thinking of doing a roof audit before 2018 ends?

Remember your roof is the first line of defence against the elements. The right roofing material and installation can last for decades, but the longevity of your roof relies on regular inspections. In this post, we look at why you should do a regular roof audit (the end of the year is the perfect time!) and how you should go about it.
It’s that time of the year again – Christmas! In Queensland, the holiday season means amazing weather, more time spent with family and friends, and Christmas celebrations. Part of all the celebrations often means decorations, and many Aussies look forward to decorating inside and outside their homes. 
Commercial buildings encounter a wide range of roofing issues over time. The problem often arises because of their size and structure, with roofs that are often flat. For this reason, commercial roofs are prone to problems like standing water.

In this post, we discuss some of the challenges that commercial roofing can encounter.
Making use of secondary raw materials for roofing is an ambitious goal to increase recycling, boost resource use and pave way for new markets on secondary raw materials. In this post, we explore opportunities in the recycling of roofing materials in Australia.
Technological advancements are visible in all aspects of human existence in today’s world. In the construction industry, roofing materials are also experiencing their fair share of technological improvements. In this post, we learn more about the latest advances in roof technology and discover how building owners and property developers benefit!

Did you know that Australia is considered to be the country most prone to bushfires? In this post, we discuss the best ways for roof fire prevention.