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All You Need To Know About Roof Restoration

All You Need To Know About Roof Restoration

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All You Need To Know About Roof Restoration

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  1. All You Need To Know About Roof Restoration

  2. Introduction • Roof restoration is something that most homeowners put off until it cannot be ignored any longer, which is unfortunate, as that is when the damage may have already been inflicted resulting in a situation that requires more expensive roof replacement or roof installation itself! • That’s why it makes sense to check into the state of your roof regularly in order to determine whether you need to get a roof restoration done. • Checking regularly and getting your roof restored in time can save you a significant amount of time and money, not to mention stress! • When you go for a roof restoration, what you get is a complete cleaning, rejuvenation, and upgrade of your tiles.

  3. Introduction • No matter how old or damaged or covered in dirt, dust, debris, etc., they may be, you can rest assured that they will be gleaning with a new lease of life by the end of the restoration process. • When you get it done by the professionals, the difference can be seen quite clearly, as opposed to when you get it done by amateurs or even as a DIY project.

  4. Steps In A Professional Roof Restoration • When you entrust your roof to roof restoration, there will be a meticulous series of steps that will be followed in the entire process, from start to finish. This will include the following processes: • Cleaning the roof. This is something that might be very critical in roof restoration as you can expect a great deal of debris from fallen leaves, twigs, even dead insects, droppings from bats, birds, rodents, etc., on the roof, which can damage the roof, especially if left untouched. • During the winter seasons, when snow also falls on the roof, the added weight can lead to impacted and damaged shingles, leading to leakage into the house itself, which can sometimes even damage the walls and foundation of the house. • This can also happen during heavy rains and winds, which is why a thorough and meticulous cleaning is part and parcel of the roof restoration process.

  5. Steps In A Professional Roof Restoration • There can also be a build-up of moss, algae, fungus, etc., which can lead to a dull color and faded appearance of the roof shingles. Clearing these out will result in the tiles looking as good as new. • After cleaning, the next step would be repairing or replacing the damaged shingles, tiles, or sheets, so that there are no more loose or broken pieces that can be both dangerous as well as unsightly. • The next and final step would be fresh coat of paint or even a re-painting of the tiles. Applying a new coat of paint typically results in the longevity of the roof getting extended by more than two decades, which means you get more value for money for your roof without having to go in for expensive re-roofing.

  6. Value Added Features Of Roof Restoration • Adding a reflective coating is a great idea that will not only extend the life of your roof but also reduce the heat transfer, resulting in increased energy efficiency of your home. • It will also reduce the contraction or expansion of the roof tile membrane due to heat. • It can also reflect the damaging and dangerous infrared and ultraviolet sunrays away from the building, which results in better health and safety for your family, as well as less dependence on air conditioning, which translates into less money spent on electricity bills! • As you can see, a roof restoration can do wonders for your home, family, health, and pocket!

  7. Conclusion • Need more information about Roof Restoration for Your Home? • Get In Touch With Us: • • 0466 885 133(03) 9540 8865