Roof Painting Experts.
Roof painting has been around for decades and began as early as the 1960s. It was certainly a cheaper alternative to a replacement of the roof, although not very popular.
All of the products used were solvent based, which was not a great solution. Roof paint had not yet been mastered and the products would often break down and cause horrible looking peeling and flaking of the paint on the roof tile.
In present times, Gold Coast Homes roof painting is still a great way to revitalise a roof but without charging a large amount for a complete replacement. Why would you pay five times the price if you could achieve the same result at a fifth of the cost? Just why ask for repairs to the roof when you can ask for roof painters?
Gold Coast Roof Painting
Painting metal roofs has become very popular on the Gold Coast. Colorbond roofs are solid and have an excellent and flexible colour. However, they will change with time and require roof painting over the course of it's lifetime. Normally the metal itself is in very great condition.
There may be signs of relatively minor rust spots on the surface, but that is easy to treat. A metal colorbond roof between the ages of 25 and 30 should not have any rust. The painting process for the metal roof is similar to that of a tiled roof.
We use and recommend Roof Protect industrial roofing membrane.
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Thanks very much Wayne. Prompt and reliable. Definitely recommend. Great job.Gayle Edwards
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Prompt and great service. Would use again if needed. Thanks team.Carol Collier
service and quality of work carried out, excellent!darren quensier