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Roo Roofing Blog


So you’ve decided to restore your roof but that isn’t the end of your journey. In fact, it’s the beginning. When people restore their roofs there are several mistakes that can often be made. In this post, we talk about some these mistakes to avoid in roof restoration.

It seems every year that there’s certain trends or fashion seen in roofing. You can drive past a house and know exactly what time and period they were most influenced by. Architects recognise the roof as over 30% of the overall look of a house’s facade. The selection of the roofing style, material, and look therefor is integral to a house. In this blog post, we look at some of the most popular trends and fashions in roofing here in Brisbane this year.

Think you know of some of Australia’s most interesting roofs? In this week’s post we take a browse through some Historical Australian Roofs that are keeping us covered even now.

A sustainable landscaping trend that can be observed all over the country is the installation of raingardens, in this post, we take a closer look at them and how your property can benefit from having one.

When you’re on your roof or in your ceiling you are surrounded by hazards, even without realising.

Everyones house looks different, from suburb to suburb and city to city, styles and materials change. But the difference is even more apparent from country to country. 

Let's take a look at some traditional house designs from 8 different countries around the world:

Some things you can’t control, like a cyclone or heavy storm, but there are a few things within your control that could actually be causing your roof more harm than good.

There has been a tiny house movement in the last few years. Instead of upsizing, people all over the world have started downsizing, and for some that means their homes.

Corrugated iron is distinctly Australian. We associate it with "the Queenslander", the shearing shed, the woolshed, the outdoor dunny, and the water tank. It’s in our blood.

Australia is known for it’s Queenslanders and single-storey brick homes, but there are architects and builders all over the country that have taken their designs one step further than the average.