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Current Works
Tile extension

This carport extension is ready to batten and tile in Hacienda tiles Col. Bronze.  This will match in with the existing residence.   

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Cement re-roof
 This home in Padbury required a re-roof as the old, previously coated tiles' paint had peeled off after only a few years, possibly due to incorrect application. The owner wanted to go for a fresher look so Hacienda Col. Sandstone was chosen.
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Commercial re-roofing

Challenger Tafe - Heathcote House, Applecross, WA.

 This is a total remove and replace of clay tiles for a popular Western Australian site. Not only are they a TAFE campus, but it is an extremely picturesque spot, which makes it one of the first places people think of for photography and functions. Due to this, the site has to be maintained to the highest standard, and WA Roofcoat have been on site since the first week of June 2008.  We are on site to remove all tiles (on two of the buildings), and replace them with CSR WUNDERLICH  French Modern tiles, in Earth colour. We will also remove and replace tin roofing sections too.


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Colorbond Re-roof

 Here’s a job in Toodyay that we undertook. The scope of works includes removing all existing roof sheeting, verandah timbers and posts. Once posts are reinstated and concrete poured, we start to re-construct the verandah and roof. Here’s what it looked like before we started:

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Re-roof

This one's in Rossmoyne, with the old fretted clay tiles being removed, and new Wunderlich Modern French tiles, Aurora in colour going on. This was started on the 22nd September - I should have got some "before" photos yesterday, because the boys are motoring through! Here's a view of what was on there.


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Partial Re-roof

This roof has been partially re-roofed after a storm hit the building, so part of the tin is in pretty good condition. The rest, however, is short, old tin sheets. Our goal here is to marry in with the existing sheeting and re-roof the rest of the building, including valley trays, gutters, and replacing flashings where necessary.

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Tin Re-roof

This is the next roof in the Monastery, needing a re-roof as well as carpentry work. For this job, we have hired equipment – a scissor lift and cherry picker, to access the heights required. The guys are working from the boom, harnessed in whilst doing so. Safety, as in all jobs, is key, so we required all guys in the boom to have appropriate qualifications to use the equipment. To finish the roof off, the Friars have fashioned crosses for us to attach.

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