COLORBOND ROOFERS CHELTENHAM

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CHELTENHAM HOMES USE COLORBOND ROOFING

Cheltenham is a great value suburb with good infrastructure, is family-friendly, and is safe. It is undergoing major gentrification and development at the moment. It is no wonder why Australians of all ages from all over are starting to move to Cheltenham. Whether you are a first-time homeowner or a seasoned one, it is always a prerequisite to have your roofing inspected and fixed when needed. We wear our homes as a symbol of pride in Australia. We want our homes and our streets to look as aesthetically pleasing as can be.  They become a mirror of our personalities, families, and lifestyles.

 Your roof is one of these options, therefore the colour, form, and size are crucial from the start. The roof can serve as the focal point of a well-planned design. A Colorbond steel roof allows you a variety of options in terms of colour, texture, and style while still fulfilling the demands of the harsh Australian climate, which includes extremes of heat and cold as well as dust, rain, wind, and hail. As a result, Colorbond steel is tested at outdoor locations throughout Australia as well as in accelerated laboratory testing.

ROOF PLUMBERS IN CHELTENHAM

Stormwater plumbing includes roof plumbing. It is impossible to overestimate the importance of gutter and roof maintenance. Leaks after a thunderstorm may be caused by a clogged downpipe and water collection on your roof or ceiling. You may also notice rot and mould growth on your roof and fascias, which can be harmful to the structure of your roof. We can assist with any plumbing work related to roofs, flashings, gutters, downpipes, and stormwater drains. ELR Plumbing, Colorbond roofers, has considerable experience with roof plumbing, so we can diagnose your roof drainage issues, provide appropriate advice, and execute a long-term solution.

METAL ROOFING REPLACEMENT FOR CHELTENHAM PROPERTIES

There are numerous materials that can be utilized for roofs; however, we have seen over the years how well these materials endure the environment and normal wear and tear. ELR PLumbing selects Colorbond metal roofing because we want to provide our customers with a metal roof that will not only look excellent but will also last for many years. Nothing is worse than a damaged roof that causes you and your family discomfort and discontent. When your roof is damaged, you open the door to a slew of other issues, such as water damage in your home. When you have water damage within your home, you attract further problems, such as termites. ELR Plumbing can help you address all your roofing concerns for your Cheltenham homes. 

COLORBOND: AVAILABLE IN 22 COLOURS

We may build your shed in dozens of different colours to match other Colorbond steel elements on your property, such as fences or roofs, or just to provide an appealing and lasting finish. Our Colorbond roofing is available in a wide choice of traditional and contemporary colours, as well as subtle matt finishes, allowing you to create the ideal aesthetic for your structure. Colorbond colour profiles are available in three varieties: Contemporary, Matt, and Classic. 

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That Colorbond Look

With 22 colours in the Colorbond® range, you can choose a roof colour that complements the design of your home and increases its value.

Colorbond Protection

Strong, secure and energy smart, Colorbond® steel is tried and tested in Australian conditions to deliver outstanding, long life performance.

Colorbond Speed

Our clean, friendly and professional team will install your new roof quickly and with minimal disruption to your home.

CHELTENHAM METAL ROOFERS

Our services include:

  • Roof replacement
  • Roof plumbers
  • Metal roofing
  • roof repairs
  • Colorbond roofing installation
  • Roof installation
  • Commercial roofing
  • Metal roofing for businesses
  • Metal roofing for homes

Service Locations: 

  • Morwell
  • Mt Eliza
  • Yarra Junction
  • Mornington
  • Rowville
  • Berwick
  • Pakenham
  • Hallam
  • And more

ULTRA COLORBOND VS STANDARD COLORBOND

Colorbond grades vary, and selecting the proper one for your new roof is heavily influenced by the area in which you reside. Standard Colorbond steel is one of Australia’s most popular roofing materials, with a wide range of applications. It’s ideal if you live more than 500 meters from the seaside or an industrial area.

Ultra Colorbond – Colorbond Ultra offers all of the advantages of conventional Colorbond but delivers additional coverage in harsh conditions. Colorbond Ultra is intended for homes within 100-200 meters of breaking waves or industrial pollution. It is also appropriate for properties located within 100 meters of a calm maritime environment, such as a bay or river estuary. Colorbond Ultra sheeting’s warranty is determined not only by the distance from the nearest marine or industrial environment but also by how dynamic that environment is.

Standard Colorbond – BlueScope’s Colorbond steel is specifically engineered to fulfil the roofing needs of Australians living in tough conditions. It is one of the most preferred roofing solutions because it is suitable for most locations and designs. Colorbond steel can also be used to make eaves gutters, fascia, and downpipes. If the property to which they are applied is at least 100 meters distant from the sea, they are additionally covered by a manufacturer warranty of up to 12 years.

 

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BENEFITS OF COLORBOND ROOFING IN CHELTENHAM 

ENERGY EFFICIENCY

This roofing material increases the energy efficiency of your home. It features Thermatech® technology, which reflects sunlight and keeps your home cool, eliminating the need for air conditioning. Furthermore, adopting ultra-energy-efficient lighter roof colours may result in a loss in roof insulation.

LOW MAINTENANCE AND COST-EFFECTIVE

Colorbond roofing requires little maintenance and is approved to withstand harsh Australian conditions. Colorbond roofing is easy to maintain and lasts a long time due to its resilience. It can be kept clean by simply washing it down with water every now and again. Your Colorbond roof may last for at least 30 years if properly maintained. This proves time and time again that although the initial costs may be higher than other types of roofing, the thousands of dollars you can save from less maintenance is definitely a plus!

MADE FOR AUSTRALIAN WEATHER

According to mythology, Australia experiences terrible weather, with high UV and unpredictable weather, particularly in Melbourne, which has four seasons in one day. In Australia’s tough climate, Colorbond roofing has been put to the test. This roofing material can tolerate extremes in temperature, cold, rain, and wind. It’s even suitable for usage in wildfire-prone areas. Colorbond steel has been rigorously tested for corrosion, durability, and exposure, and it is both robust and secure in any environment.

ROBUST ROOFING MATERIAL CHELTENHAM

Colorbond roofing is marketed as Australia’s most durable metal roofing material, and one of its primary selling points is its extended lifespan. Colorbond roofing has a long service life. This roofing material is built to last thanks to its Activate Technology and five layers of protection that meet Australian Standards (AS1397 and AS/NZS 2728). Each layer adds strength, protection, and technology to the product, increasing its durability.

EASY INSTALLATION

Colorbond roofing installation is a quick roofing operation since the large sheets allow you to quickly cover large areas of your roof. When compared to a tile or slate roof, Colorbond installation expedites the process, whether for repairs or a full roof replacement. This is why tin is preferred over tile by so many Australians (tiled roofing to metal roofing). Metal roofing, such as Colorbond roofing, may be installed faster than other types of roofing. As a result, if you’re remodelling or simply upgrading your roof as part of the building of your home, other services and contractors won’t have to wait as long for the roof to be erected, saving you time and money.

THE ECO-FRIENDLY ROOFING CHOICE OF CHELTENHAM ROOFERS

Your roof’s environmental impact does not end with the installation. Colorbond roof sheets are a low-maintenance option that is also environmentally beneficial. Colorbond roofing has the colour baked deep into the metal, thus it does not need to be repainted as frequently as other roofing materials. Having to seal or paint a roof every year necessitates the purchase of paint or sealant. Both of these materials necessitate the use of energy and resources to manufacture. When considering how ecologically friendly you want to be, you should also consider the impact of delivering roofing supplies to your property. To convey bulky, heavy objects, an appropriate carrier must be selected.  Colorbond roof sheets are lightweight, making them easy to transport and handle.

We provide a full service in new roof installation and re-roofing and we are licensed to give you expert advice and peace of mind.

CHELTENHAM TILE TO TIN ROOF REPLACEMENT

Choosing to replace your old tile roof is a big decision for many Cheltenham homeowners, and converting your roof from tile to Colorbond is an increasingly popular and cost-effective solution. A tile to metal roof conversion is like removing the weight of the world from your shoulders. The primary problem in changing a property from a tiled roof to a metal roof cover is the substantial weight decrease. When combined with severe winds, this considerable change in weight circumstances can cause massive uplift on the roof and thus possibly damage difficulties. So the main challenge may not be holding the roof up, but rather hanging on to the roof during a strong wind event. Another issue why people choose metal roofing conversion is that older tile roofs absorb water, which not only adds to the weight of the roof but also reduces the amount of water that can be collected. This could be essential during times of extreme drought. Tiles have a tendency to crack, allowing dirt to accumulate and moss and mould to grow, contaminating your drinking water. Rain collected by a Colorbond roof is suitable for residential usage.

RE-ROOFING IN COLORBOND AROUND CHELTENHAM

ELR Plumbing specialises in metal and Colorbond re-roofing and installation, and they are professionals in advising construction firms and owner builders on roof design, roof profile, gutter and downpipe selection, insulation, and ventilation. We understand how critical the timing of a new roof is in keeping a project on track, therefore we make certain that communication between all parties involved is excellent. Contact us for a free quote so you know how much the roofing portion of your new construction or remodel will cost.

QUALITY ROOFING FOR ALL HOMES IN CHELTENHAM

When we perform a roof repair, we not only inspect the roof but also look inside the house to see if there are any other visible symptoms of possible problems, such as water discolouration stains on ceilings and walls, and moisture buildup in the house, or potential sunlight from gaps. We deliver a full report with honest recommendations as one of the finest roof repairs Cheltenham roofing contractors, so you know the true state of your roof. If little or no repair is required, we will not hesitate to recommend that regular roof care be the only course of action. Similarly, if your roof is displaying evident indications of degradation and requires roof repair, we will discuss it honestly with you.

FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

Corrugated iron roofing ranges in price from $13 to $18 per m2. Colorbond powder-coated costs roughly $22 per m2. Colorbond double-sided costs about $24 per m2. Colorbond Ultra is around $37 per m2. Of course, roofing costs will also depend on so many other factors like size and labour costs. It is better to consult the roofing experst like ELR Plumbing. 

Colorbond roofing is reasonably simple to install and remove. To peel back parts of a colorbond roof, just undo the roofing screws all the way across. The deeper you undo them, the easier it will be to lift it up. However, getting the screws and panels back into the appropriate place can be difficult. If you are not certain that you can remove Colorbond steel roofing properly, do not do it on your own. Call ELR Plumbing in Springvale to get the job done!

A moisture barrier is required to prevent condensation development on your metal roof. Condensation forms when the air within the residence is warmer than the air outside. Condensation might form if the roof system is not properly aired. We can avoid major damage caused by excess moisture and leaks when a moisture barrier is installed with Colorbond roofing. 

Ridge vents are the most popular metal roof ventilation solution and are an efficient way to provide optimum attic ventilation. Ridge vents are located at the roof’s ridgeline and continue continuously along the length of the roof. On either side, the Razorback Ridge Vent is constructed at the bottom of the ridge cap.

Most metal roofs do not require a thorough cleaning every year. They require little maintenance due to their strong performance. To keep your roof looking its best, wELR Plumbing recommend deep cleaning it every 2-3 years, depending on your environment.

People, seam problems, neglect, rooftop equipment, and weather are the most typical causes of roof leaks. Of course, prevention is preferable to repair. Once you’ve identified the primary causes, you may devise a strategy to prevent problems from occurring. Prevention is better than cure when it comes to roofing! Have your roofing regularly checked by ELR Plumbing! 

Class A is the most fire-resistant and should be used by anyone who lives in a wildfire-prone location. Asphalt fiberglass composite shingles and concrete or clay tiles are common Class A roof coverings. Most metal roofing is Assembly-Rated Class A, which means that the covering and underlying materials give enhanced fire protection. This makes metal roofs one of the most fire-resistant roofing materials on the market.