Storms in South East Queensland are known for their ferocity and unpredictability. Flash flooding, strong winds, hail and lightning are often experienced and there have been many catastrophic storm events in Brisbane’s history.
There’s no good time for your roof to begin leaking, but there are definitely times when it is worse than others. If your roof begins to leak during the holidays or on the weekend or any other time when your roofer can’t come out, it poses a problem for you and the integrity of your roof.
This is where temporary roof repairs come in. While we do not recommend these fixes as long term solutions, they are designed to help get you through a short period of time with minimal water damage or issues to your home.
Whether you find yourself in the heart of Brisbane or on the coast in Cairns, there's no doubt a rooftop restaurant right around the corner. Queensland has the perfect climate for outdoor dining and what's better than taking in a breathtaking view while enjoying your lunch or dinner?
We share our 7 favourite Queensland Rooftop Restaurants - have you visited any of these?
Previously we talked about problems with Decramastic roofs, and in this post, we want to remind our readers about the importance of replacing these type of roofs. Got questions? Why? How? When? We've got you covered.
From cars that run purely off battery operation to power plants slowly being replaced by wind powered turbines, we have seen big changes in the last couple of decades when it comes to environmentally-friendly power storage and production. One of the biggest trends for homes and roofs has been solar power. These "modern" roofs harness the power of the sun to do everything from heat water to lower electricity costs.