The Steps to Safe Asbestos Roof Replacement

Posted on: 29 January 2018

Do you still have your asbestos garage roof? Don't worry for you are not alone. Today, many homes in Australia have asbestos roofing. Besides the roof's ability to resist fire, heat and electrical damage, asbestos is also affordable, flexible and with high tensile strength. All these properties are what saw its increased popularity and use in construction projects during previous years. Despite all these apparent benefits though, asbestos poses grave health threats.
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Finding the Best Roof Repair Contractors

Posted on: 26 October 2017

The roof is one of the most important parts of your premises. It also undergoes the most wear and tear due to weather conditions and other external factors. Therefore, at some point, you will need to carry out repairs on your roof. It is important to find the best roof repair contractors to restore your roof to full working condition. Problems with the roof of a premises can take a while to identify.
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Understanding the Parts of Your Home's Roof That May Need Repair

Posted on: 10 July 2017

If your home's roof is leaking, sagging, missing shingles or otherwise shows signs of needing repair, it can be good to know a little bit about the different parts that make up that roof. This can help you better understand the terms used by your roofer as he or she explains those needed fixes to you, and so you have a better understanding of what you might be facing by way of repair bills.
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Why You Should Use Prefabricated Roof Truss Bracing

Posted on: 23 June 2017

Manufacturers are now making bracing products that can be used during the installation of roof or floor trusses in buildings. Those prefabricated bracing products have numerous advantages over traditional bracing systems. This article discusses why you should hire a roofing contractor who uses these prefabricated bracing systems. Greater Accuracy Contractors have to be very careful when they are installing roof or floor trusses so that they space them in accordance with the engineering specifications.
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