Should I Replace or Restore the Roof Before Selling My Home?

May 27th, 2022|

In many instances, your roof won’t need an entire replacement before selling your home – it’ll simply need a good restoration. For example, if your roof is suffering from moss stains, tile cracking and general wear and tear which has occurred over the years, then you’ll be able to restore it. A roof restoration it will make it look and function as good as new, making a great impression on potential homebuyers.

Four of the Biggest Threats to Your Home’s Roof

April 19th, 2022|

Possibly the largest threat to your home’s roof is neglect. Get your gutters cleaned, your tiles cleaned and your roof inspected by a professional on a regular basis. They’ll be able to spot when something isn’t quite right with your roof and give you the best solution to keep your roof in tip top shape.

Signs it’s Time for a New Roof

March 16th, 2022|

The condition of the underlayment of your tiles is one of the main factors in deciding whether or not it’s time for a new roof. Tiles can be restored, in what’s known as a roof restoration, but only if their structure is in good enough nick. If your underlayment is dry, brittle and on the verge of cracking, then your roof is structurally sturdy enough to cope with a roof restoration.

Reasons to Choose Royce Roofing for Your Roof Replacement

February 28th, 2022|

Royce Roofing have a combined experience of over 300 years in the roof industry and have handled numerous roof replacements as a team. If you’re after experience, Royce are the team for you. Royce Roofing take great pride in their quality workmanship and meticulousness. The professionals at Royce Roofing are hired with this in mind, focussing not only on experience, but skill set and precision too.

Not All Roofing Styles Complement All Home Styles

February 13th, 2022|

It’s true that all roofs have a certain beauty about them, but that doesn’t mean you can go installing any type of roof on any type of home. So, if you’re trying to figure out which roofing style complements your home, we’ll run through a few common home styles in this post and outline which roofs are usually most suited.

The Differences in Residential and Commercial Roofing

January 27th, 2022|

We all know what a residential roof looks like. It’s angled, has tiles, and maybe a chimney, air con unit and solar panels too. Commercial roofs can be a lot more complicated. There are multiple obstructions like air flow systems, external piping, solar panels and more. The structure of residential and commercial buildings are almost polar opposites.

10 Things to Ask Your Roofing Contractor

January 10th, 2022|

Asking for how long they’ve been around is a good place to start. Choose a contractor who has many years of experience and whose business has been around for at least five years. A roofing business that is established and experienced should have a range of good examples of their work to show you. They should be proud to show off their quality workmanship.

How Long Do Roof Tiles Last For (Can I Use The Ones In The Shed?)

December 27th, 2021|

Concrete roof tiles have a lifespan of between 30 and 50 years. Terracotta tiles can last upwards of 50 years and slate tiles can last about 100 years. But even though roof tiles are durable and the ones in your shed seem OK, it’s still safer to use a fresh set of tiles from a tile depot.

How Long Does A Roof Last – And The Signs That Yours Needs Replacing

December 20th, 2021|

Concrete roof tiles have a lifespan of between 30 and 50 years. Terracotta tiles can last upwards of 50 years and slate tiles can last about 100 years. Think you might need an extra pair of eyes from a professional? Get in touch with Royce Roofing

How Long Does It Take To Complete A Roof Restoration?

December 6th, 2021|

This is the general gist what roof restorations look like, and how long each step will take. Don’t forget, some roofs are larger and steeper than others, meaning they might take a bit longer. It usually takes between 3 and 7 days to complete a roof restoration.