Perth roofing contractors in Western Australia

12 companies found in your city.
  • Address:25/108 St Georges Terrace, Perth WA 6000, Australia
  • Phone: +61 8 9249 5955
  • Zip Code:6000
2 reviews
Perth Roofing & Gutters
  • Address:9/71 Parry St, Perth WA 6000, Australia
  • Phone: +61 8 6245 1204
  • Zip Code:6000
1 reviews
Nelsons Roofing Perth & Roof Restoration Perth Roofing Contractor Perth
  • Address:28/140 St Georges Terrace, Perth WA 6000, Australia
  • Phone: +61 467 857 897
  • Zip Code:6000
5 reviews
Roof Restorations Perth
  • Address:140 Barrack St, Perth WA 6000, Australia
  • Phone: +61 8 6244 6356
  • Zip Code:6000
No reviews
Perth Roofing Pros
  • Address:40A Kishorn Rd, Perth WA 6153, Australia
  • Phone: +61 8 7079 4529
  • Zip Code:6153
No reviews
Dingo Roofing
  • Address:Perth WA 6000, Australia
  • Phone: +61 8 9286 7498
  • Zip Code:6000
No reviews
  • Address:Suite 221/50 St Georges Terrace, Perth WA 6000, Australia
  • Phone: +61 415 657 883
  • Zip Code:6000
5 reviews
Blue West Roof Restorations
  • Address:South Perth WA 6951, Australia
  • Phone: +61 422 424 417
  • Zip Code:6951
No reviews
Aus Gutters Duncraig
  • Address:74 Brown St, Perth WA 6004, Australia
  • Phone: +61 8 7078 7023
  • Zip Code:6004
No reviews
Roof Repair Perth
  • Address:372 Wellington St, Perth WA 6000, Australia
  • Phone:
  • Zip Code:6000
No reviews
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Many Problems can only be Identified up Close

While the majority of roofing troubles can be safely spotted from the ground long before they have a chance to become serious, other roofing troubles might not be that evident to the average consumer. That’s why a complete roof inspection from a qualified and experienced roof repair expert is in your best interests to preventing future roof leaks and costly repair problems from happening further on down the road. Some roof leaks may not appear until it’s too late and they have infiltrated your home. Without a complete inspection of the roof, attic and exterior of the home, you can bet that future roof leaks go undiscovered before more serious problems have taken place. Call us right now and we’ll repair and prevent all of your roofing troubles today.

Emergency Roof Repairs

When roof leaks strike, it may be because of old age, poor attic ventilation or even gutter problems. A thorough roofing inspection can help prevent most roofing catastrophes from happening in the first place. But when emergency roof repairs are caused by the unstoppable forces of Mother Nature, you can bet that severe roof damages are going to occur. Once storm damages cause problems with your asphalt shingle roof, the longer you wait for repairs, the more expensive the roofing problems will become. That’s why it’s so important to make sure roof leaks and other roof damages be repaired as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Spotting Roofing Troubles Before they Start

You don’t have to be a roof leak trouble shooter to spot small roof problems before they have a chance to become big ones. Look for the following signs of roofing troubles on your home or businesses roof. While it’s never a good idea to climb on a ladder yourself, it’s never a bad idea to keep your eyes peeled for any of these signs of roof disrepair as your walking or driving around the perimeter of your Perth, Western Australia home or business. If you see any of these roofing troubles, don’t try to repair them yourself. Call a licensed, insured and experienced roofing contractor today to make the repairs.

  • Missing, damaged or broken shingles
  • Loose satellite dish
  • Bent or loose ridge ventilation
  • Cracked, split or peeling sealants
  • Damaged soffit, fascia or drip edge
  • Corroded flashing
  • Fogging skylight or window panes
  • Evidence of wood fungus, black mold or musty mildew
  • Improper attic ventilation
  • Overflowing gutters
  • Ice dams form in winter
  • Rusting roof valleys
  • Odd discolorations and heavy staining
  • Roof pipe problems

Even if minor damages are present and a roof leak hasn’t happened as of yet, it’s a good idea to tackle the problem long before rain or snow have a chance to enter the structure. While these minor repairs might not seem like a big deal and you feel you can wait for repairs, you couldn’t be more wrong. Once a penetration has been made through the roofing membrane, moisture can enter the structure easily as warm air seeps out of the leak and mixes with cooler outside air. Condensation can occur and create a roof leak, even if it’s not raining.