Do you have a decromastic roof? You acn read more about decromastic roofs here.
So what are decromastic roof sheets?
They are galvanized steel pressed metal roofing sheet which were popular in the 1970's - 1980's as a roofing material. They were formed into the shape of 5 tiles and coated with a bitumen coating with a fine stone aggregate embedded in the coating.
Why are they a bad choice in roofing material?
Decramastic roof sheets are renown for leaking and result is water damage in the roof cavity and on the ceiling of homes.
So what are the causes of this - Weathering, hail damage and careless foot traffic on the roof sheets. This is one of the major causes of the water leak. Foot traffic easily dings and creases the sheets causing water to be able to pass under the roof sheets and straight into the roof cavity.
Master Roofing & The roof replacement:
This week we completed a decromastic roof replacement, replacing the roof with Corrugated Colorbond metal in the colour 'Jasper'. It has given this Fairfield home a new lease of life and Colorbond stands by their 30 year warranty - giving you peace of mind.
Master Roofing can replace your decromastic roof with Colorbond roofing metal. This option guarantees a lifespan of up to 30 years with the Colorbond warranty. This is a long term solution and ensures that your home will be watertight and structural for many years to come.
If you are interested in a roof replacement, or want to find out more about what we do please click here.
The progress photos of a Master Roofing roof replacement.