There are occasions when a full roof replacement or 100% overlay would be deemed as superfluous to requirement or extravagant. Examples include old membrane roofs that have stood the test of time (and continue to), but may require some repair work on a few laps or in some specific areas, for example, perhaps where some cooking fat fumes from an extractor above a fast-food restaurant have decayed a small concentrated area of membrane. These types of situations can easily be remedied without a full roof replacement and breaking the bank.
First, we use our collective expertise to establish the integrity of an existing roof. If our assessments deem the roof to require full replacement, we advise the customer accordingly. However, often this isn’t the case and we can assist a building owner by giving an old roof a bit of a birthday by replacing like-for-like membrane strips/patches or using specialised liquid applied coating systems to go over old membranes and steel roofs.
Our installers have nationally recognised qualifications in the form of NZQA’s National Certificate in Membrane Roofing and/or LBP (Licensed Building Practitioner) certification. Some of our membrane suppliers also have their own comprehensive licensing programmes which our team members have all attended and passed.
You can read about recent jobs we’ve completed on our Case Studies page.