Roof Repair vs Roof Replacement

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Southern Cross Roofing is determined to provide you with as many service options as possible. We understand that to be competitive we need to not only offer a wide variety of services but to perform them at expert standards and hard to beat prices. With so many options available to you it can be difficult to decide which one is right for you. This blog is designed to help you recognise that the simplest solution is not always the correct one.

Do I get a roof replacement or a simple roof repair?

A key factor in what determines the job to be done is the level of severity that the issue is in. This will determine whether it is best for you to have the issue fixed or to start from scratch. While it may seem cheaper to have a quick and easy fix, this will not always be the case.

Having your roof simply repaired will obviously be cheaper than a new roof, but if you’re roof is old and tired, you could expect to pay for numerous roof repairs. The alternative is of course to have a roof replacement. This will allow not only a great aesthetic benefit of a new roof, but the peace of mind knowing you won’t have any concerns to worry about for a long time! On top of that, we offer fantastic warranty options just to help you sleep soundly at night.

As previously mentioned, this decision can be difficult, and we do not expect you to know the answer. We are here to help you make the right decision. This blog could outline a checklist for things to look for to help make a decision, but we can do better. Southern Cross Roofing offers free quotes on all roofing projects meaning we can come to your house, inspect it, and tell you exactly what you need.

We are Sydney’s roofing experts, don’t force yourself to try to understand the roofing world, let us do that for you. We can give you the professional opinion on whether or not you need a roof repaired or replaced. If you want more information on this matter or to hear more about our great warranty options, give us a call on 02 9477 7961

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