Welcome to my blog, my name is Daisy. A few years ago, my husband and I purchased an old house which required a lot of work. We spent many weeks gutting the place and installing new flooring, painting the walls and clearing the garage space of junk. However, my favourite part of renovating the house was the roof. I loved climbing onto the roof to inspect the tiles, removing and recycling the broken ones and replacing the gaps with new tiles. I also learnt how to waterproof and maintain our roof so that we can avoid problems in the future. I started this blog to help others who are interested in carrying out restoration or repair work on the roof of their home.
6 November 2018
With some homeowners, their roofing is typically out of sight, out of mind. However, roofing is one of the most crucial aspects of your home, as it functions to provide your entire household with protection against the elements. Despite roofing materials being built for longevity, the constant exposure to changing weather patterns will mean they eventually acquire damage. Spotting the signs of wear and tear in good time could make the difference between having to contend with minor repairs or having to opt for complete roof replacement.
26 July 2018
A roof is one of the most vital elements of a commercial building as it protects the property and occupants from weather elements among other things. Proper design and planning should go into the construction of a roof structure because it is one of the heaviest and largest structural components of a building. Prefabricated roof trusses are engineered materials that are tailor-made to bear the weight of a roof without compromising the rest of the structure.
28 March 2018
There are certain situations in which you may need to consider hiring a roofer to replace your property's existing roof with a new one. Read on to find out what these situations are. You have found out it is made from asbestos Up until a few decades ago, construction firms frequently used asbestos as a building material. However, after it was found that the tiny fibres that asbestos is comprised of could cause lung cancer if inhaled, the use of this material in the construction industry was banned.