Concrete Tiles to Corrugate.
We organised full scaffolding to remove the chimney and the concrete tiles. We then installed new timber purlins and re-roofed in .55 Corrugate long run and installed new Colorsteel spouting and downpipes. Building work was required to install flashings behind the cladding where the roofing met the cladding. The scaffolding was also utilised and adjustments to the scaffolding for painting platforms so a full exterior paint and doors and windows reset to complete this fabulous project.
This property had undergone an extensive renovation and previously had a flat membrane roof. We installed long run Styleline roof in Colorcote .90 Alumigard. The Styleline profile was essential for warranty purposes as it is a flat roof of 5 degrees and the Colorcote .90 Alumigard is a highly durable and corrosion-resistant product which receives the very best warranty for a severe marine environment.
ASBESTOS SLATE TILE CONVERSION
We organised full scaffolding and power sleeving and then coordinated with a certified asbestos removal company who removed the asbestos slate tiles. We re-roofed in Grey Friars Colorsteel Endura Corrugate. We organised the painting platforms and scaffolding adjustments required by the painters to carry out a full exterior paint of the property.
Asbestos decramastic tile to corrugate.
These apartments had an asbestos decramastic tile roof. We worked with the four owners to provide a long run re-roofing solution. We erected scaffolding for a certified asbestos removal company partner to remove the roof and then we re-roofed and installed new Solasafe clear sheeting over the stairwell area which required some building work. This property is roofed in n .55 Corrugate Thunder Grey Colorsteel Maxx. Maxx is Colorsteel's marine grade paint system which was essential due to the proximity to the sea.
Concrete tile to corrugate.
We erected full scaffolding, removed the existing concrete tile roofing, installed new timber purlins and re-roofed including the two small lower level roofing sections using .55 Dimond Corrugate Pacific Cloud Colorcote Zinacore. We carried out building work to install the apron flashings behind the cladding on the lower roof sections. We installed 1/4 Round Colorsteel .50 gauge ZR8 Pacific Cloud Colorcote spouting (to match the roof) connecting into the existing downpipes. The customer had also engaged a painter for a full exterior house paint so we organised painting platform adjustments to the scaffolding after we had completed our re-roof and spouting project.
Concrete tile to long run corrugate.
We set up the scaffolding, removed the concrete tiles and installed new timber purlins. We re-roofed the house roof in Pioneer Red Colorcote Magnaflow .55 Corrugate and re-roofed the low pitch roof in Pioneer Red Colorcote Magnaflow .55 Styleline - Styleline profile is recommended for a flat roof - and relined the other small flat roof veranda with butynol. Colorcote Magnaflow is a marine grade product and was used due to this property's coastal location. Building work was also required to install the apron flashings behind the cladding. A few scaffolding adjustments were required with this property for spouting and the painting project. We removed the existing spouting and downpipes and installed new Titania Colorsteel Maxx 25OG (Classic) Spouting with matching Titania 80mm diameter downpipes. The scaffolding was then adjusted with painting platforms for the painters to carry out a full exterior paint.
Non-asbestos decramastic tiles to corrugate.
Luckily for this customer their decramastic tiles tested negative for asbestos. We installed scaffolding and removed the decramastic tiles, installed new timber purlins and re-roofed the house roof using .55 Corrugate Colorcote Zinacore in Rivergum. Although Rivergum is not a standard colour we were able to source it for these customers. There was a lot of building work for this project that was out of our scope but we recommended a trustworthy builder to carry out the work.
Decramastic tile (non asbestos) conversion to corrrugate.
We erected the scaffolding for the roofing project and adjustments were later required for the spouting and for the customer's exterior painting project. We removed the asbestos-free decramastic tiles, installed new timber purlins and re-roofed the pitched roof with Karaka .55 Dimond Colorsteel Maxx Corrugate. Colorsteel Maxx is a marine grade product and was necessary for this coastal location. Sasha our builder carried out the building work - installing apron flashings behind the cladding and replacing timber where necessary. We installed Karaka 1/4 Round Colorsteel .50 gauge Colorsteel Maxx spouting with matching Karaka downpipes and bends and installed a Velux opening skylight at this property. Our customer organised an exterior house paint to complete their project and were able to utilise the scaffolding we had organised.
Non-asbestos decramastic tiles to Corrugate.
The old decramastic tiles tested negative for asbestos which made this a straightforward re-roof for these customers. This property required safety edge protection only so our team quickly erected this , stripped the tiles and installed new timber purlins. Our team re-roofed the main roof and the bay window sections in Slate Colorcote Zinacore Corrugate and flashed around the existing skylights. Some building work was required for the apron flashings to slip behind the cladding.
Asbestos Decramastic Tile Conversion to Corrugate
We erected edge protection and then the dated and corroding decramastic tiles were removed by one of our .asbestos removal company partners. We re-roofed in New Denim Blue Colorsteel Endura Corrugated long run.