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Roo Roofing Blog

DIY & HOME OWNER TIPS

Moisture can build up in your home in unwanted places, especially if you live in an area with a humid climate like Brisbane. 

Asbestos was a very popular roofing material in Brisbane, until it was banned due to health concerns. This means if you have an older home, it’s highly likely to have asbestos in its roof. 

Your roof is an integral part of your home. It ensures structural integrity, protects your home, and increases your property’s value. 

Roofs in Brisbane face harsh climate conditions, from strong sunshine to heavy rains and summer storms. 

Brisbane’s weather can get pretty wild during storm season, as we have seen in the last few weeks with the recent flooding.  

Australian roofs face a wide variety of weather conditions, from intense heat to summer storms and salt spray. In this climate, there are different requirements for roof materials, shapes and sizes. In this blog, we share a quick guide to Australian roof types.

A roof is not just for protecting your home from the elements. It’s also a statement of your style and a reflection of the history of the area where you live.

Have you ever found it difficult to understand what a roofing tradesperson is saying or what your quote is for?

Whether you’re installing a roof on your new home build or replacing an old roof, choosing the right material is essential.

Keeping your metal roof in top condition is important, not only for protecting your home against the elements but also to keep your home looking great.