How much does roof restoration cost

 How much does a roof restoration cost?

Roof restoration quotes are difficult to give over the phone. The best way is for a roofing professional to attend your home to give an accurate quote after the roof has been inspected. However in saying that, some general information can be given over the phone to give the client an estimate of what it is going to cost to have their roof restored.

The cost of a full roof restoration can vary significantly, starting from around $2500 (based on an average sized 3 bedroom home), right through $11,000 for some very large jobs.

In most cases if your home is over 10 years of age generally a full roof restoration is needed.

How is the cost of a roof restoration calculated?

There are several variables to take into consideration when determining how much it would cost to restore a roof. Firstly the square meter of the roof needs to be calculated.  Secondly, the amount of damage to the bedding and pointing needs to be assessed. The amount of broken or chipped roof tiles that need to be replaced, and lastly, whether it is a concrete or terracotta tiled roof.

How do you know if your roof needs to be restored?

If your roof is worn, old and has built up algae and mold, you may be thinking of replacing your existing roof tiles. Well there is another option, Roof restoration. A roof restoration can rejuvenate old, tired roof tiles, at the same time making your roof stronger and completely water tight.

What is involved in a roof restoration?

Roof restoration includes everything needed to make your roof water proof and looking new again, this includes:

*Replacement of chipped and broken roof tiles

*Removing and replacing old mortar from beneath the capping tiles.

*Removing and replacing old Valley irons.

*Re-Pointing Capping tiles

*Pressure washing to remove any dirt and algae.

*Application of 3 coat painting system

*Whirly bird installation.


If you think your roof may need to be restored give H&R Roofing Services a call on 130076632273 or view our website


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