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Which roofing material is best?

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A roof is perhaps one of the most important parts of your home, the best defence against the elements and a way to keep your home safe and secure both day and night. If your roof is showing some signs of damage, then you may wish to talk to an expert roofer in Ballina about replacing, restoring or repairing the roof. All Roof Australia want to show you how to pick the best roofing material for your home.

Tile Roofing

Terracotta tiles can transform the look of a roof, turning it from something plain and uninteresting into something highly unusual and extremely valuable. Tiles are great for a number of reasons, including being long-lasting, with half-a-century or more in duration, as well as being low maintenance. Tile roofs can also be warmer than metal roofing, and are particularly useful in towns close to the coast, since they can’t be corroded by salt from the sea. Simply have the roof pressure washed every year, and you could be on to a winner.

Steel roofing

One of the most familiar sights in Australia, the steel roof is a proud symbol of rugged independence and durability. There are several reasons why householders in the country choose to make use of metal roofing, and not least is because they are so durable and hard-working. They are ideal in areas where there are harsh conditions, including the Northern Territory, but you don’t have to live there to appreciate the toughness of the roof. They can last for decades, and exterior cladding surfaces can make even the most solid of metal roofs look a little bit more aesthetically pleasing. All Roof Australia think these are great roofs.

Clad roofing

Sometimes, you need something to protect your roof, and this is where cladding specialties come in very handy. Copper and Zinc cladding are there to make your roof more durable, and when they gain a patina this only makes them look better. All that you have to do is wash down the roof occasionally, and you are good to go.

Bluestone roofing

A bluestone or slate roof is the prized possession of many homeowners with design aspirations. This material is beautiful, with graded textures, and is also more natural than some roofs.

Talk to the experts

If you want to know more about any kind of roofing, then you need to talk to a specialist roofer in Ballina. We can help you to get the most out of your roofing designs, so contact All Roof Australia online or call 1800-400-200 now.