New Roofing Installation a is a big undertaking and should be planned carefully. A good new roofing Sydney installation is expensive, but it will last for decades without any problems and will require fewer repairs so your initial upfront investment pays off in the long run. A good new roof also adds the considerable amount of value to your property and you can recover most of the installation cost upon sale. However, it’s not enough just to use good materials, you need a great roofing contractor to handle the task as well and that’s exactly what you get at Sydney Roofing. We have a team of well-trained and experienced roofers that can easily install all kinds and sizes of new roofs on residential as well as commercial properties.

Factors To Take Into Consideration Before Installing A New Roof

A newly installed roof is meant to last for decades without requiring a full replacement so it’s important to consider the material and installation technique carefully before investing in the project. Our experts take all Sydney new roofing house projects very seriously and explain the planning process to you so you can make the right decisions. During the consultation, we consider the following factors with you

1. Budget

This is one of the first things you should consider because you have to choose the material and installation process based the amount of money you are willing to spend. Our new roofing Sydney experts will explain all the prices involved in the new roof Sydney installation process and give you a rough cost estimate. They’ll explain which expenses are a priority and which expenses you can compromise on to balance the budget well.

We’re aware that most of our clients don’t know much about the expenses involved and can’t easily determine if they’re paying more than they need to on a particular project. Our technicians are honest and straightforward with the quote and won’t include any hidden costs so you can make your budget decisions with our eyes open.

2. Roofing Material

Once you have a budget in mind, it’s time to choose the materials. There are a number of options available to you in the market so it’s a good idea to familiarise yourself with them to determine which option is the best choice for you.

Asphalt – This is the most popular material for modern roofs and it’s quite affordable as well. This material is relatively low-maintenance, can fit into different architectural styles, and is available in a number of designs and textures. This material is a good choice if you’re on a budget and need a good roof over your head.

Wood Shakes and Shingles – Wood shakes and shingles look very organic and rustic, which is ideal for properties with the older style of architecture. These shingles are usually made from resilient wood species like cedar and are quite durable.

Clay and Concrete Tiles – Clay and concrete tiles are quite expensive and require special skills to install but they’re also very durable and resilient. If you install and maintain this roof well, you won’t have to worry about frequent repairs or quick replacements.

Slate Roofing – Slate roofing is very versatile and is available in a wide range of colors, including brown, black, blue, grey, green, and purple. This material is durable, resilient, fire-resistant, and eco-friendly. Slate roofing can be recycled and is sustainable so you don’t have to worry about your roof being a burden on the environment.

Metal Roofing – People are wary of installing metal roofing in their properties because they are worried metal will heat up and make the property warmer during the summer. Fortunately, that’s not the case with modern new roofing materials. You can choose panels or shingles made from stainless steel, aluminum, copper, and zinc, etc. They all come with the special coating to ensure they reflect heat instead of absorbing it. These roofs are ideal for commercial installations as well.

3. New Roofing Sydney Installation Process

The installation process varies based on the material you use. For example, heavier roofing materials like clay or concrete bricks and slate require additional support and framing, which can increase the cost and complicate the installation process. Most roofs can only bear two or three layers of the new roofing Sydney material; so if your roof already has two or three layers, we’ll have to strip at least one layer before we install the new roof on top of it.

 4. Roof Lifespan

  • Asphalt – 20 to 25 years
  • Wood shingles and shakes – 25 to 35 years
  • Clay and concrete tiles – 50 to 60 years for concrete tiles and nearly 100 years for clay tiles
  • Slate tiles – 50 to 100 years
  • Metal roofing – 20 to 40 years

If you want excellent new roofing Sydney services, great customer service, and reliable professionals, you don’t need to look further than Sydney Roofing. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us today!