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Q. Which roofing products do you use?

Q. Do we need to move out while our home is re-roofed?

Q. How quickly will I receive the quotation?

Q. How big a job will you cater for? 

Q.What types of payment do you accept?

Q. How is colorbond steel made?

Q. How do I determine if my roof should be replaced?

Q. Is insulating my roof a good idea?

A. Only the most trusted brands are used by the team at Rapid Flow Roofing, including Bluescope steel. 

A. No! The re-roofing of your home can be done whilst you are still occupying the home.

A. We aim to get your quote back to you as quickly as possible. You can expect a returned quote within 24-72 hours. 

A. There’s no job too big or too small for All Beaches Roofing, be it roofing or guttering residential, strata, commercial or insurance work.

A. Payments can be made by:

Direct EFT Payment to our account
Credit Card: Mastercard or Visa

A. “Colorbond starts with a ‘Zincalume’ steel base. Zincalume steel has an aluminium/zinc/magnesium; alloy coating that delivers outstanding anti-corrosion performance.
Then they apply a conversion layer to the surface to steel to improve adhesion.
Then a polyester primer is baked onto the surface.
Finally a top coat is applied consisting of a specially developed, exterior grade paint that is baked on to ensure maximum resistance to chipping, peeling and cracking.”

A. In time, every roof needs to be replaced, usually due to the long term effects of weathering. If a residential roof is more than 20 years old, it is a prime candidate for re-roofing. Ways to insure your roof needs replacing include:
Look for things on the inside such as places where the roof deck is sagging, signs of water damage or leaking, dark spots and trails and outside light showing through the roof.
On the exterior on the rood, pay attention to such things as damaged flashing, missing shingles, curling, blistering, buckling, and rotting and algae growth.
Visually inspect your roof for cracked torn, bald or missing shingles.
Metal roofing facts:
Tile roofing material begins to deteriorate as soon as it’s exposed to elements such as the UV rays of the sun, temperate changes, severe storms and high winds. A colourbond roof will never deteriorate and can withstand most everything Mother Nature throws its way.
Colorbond roofing is made for Australian conditions. There are 22 different colours you can choose from. Whether you have a traditional or contemporary home there will be a colour of style of colorbond roofing that will suit your home. It has a durable baked on paint finish that resists corrosion, chipping, peeling and cracking, which means you have long lasting and durable roofing. Its one of the lightest roofing materials available. They require less ongoing maintenance than other types of roofing.

A. Yes, at Rapid Flow Roofing we always use anti con insulation as a standard as it is required in the roofing code. We sometimes offer the highest quality insulation as an extra.

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