Thinking about your tired, old decramastic roof and if its worth updating to a far superior product such as BlueScope Steel?
What are decramastic roof tiles?
Decramastic roof tiles, also known as decrabond or pressed metal tiles, were a popular roofing material in the 1970s – 80s, made of galvanised steel with a bitumen overlay.
Decramastic tiles are lightweight, but often require ongoing maintenance and eventual replacement due to hail damage, rainstorms and moisture damage. Decramastic roof tiles are light and brittle which makes them weaker than other materials on the market. Because of this they often end up sagging leaving opportunities for water to pool and eventually lead to water leakages. Repairing decramastic tiles is not feasible, that’s why Signature Roofing and Guttering recommend that they be replaced with a much superior product of metal roof sheets. Your home may thank you also with a fresh look that can last for many years to come.
The Signature Roofing and Guttering team have extensive experience in stripping old decramastic roof tiles, and replacing it with metal roof sheets.
When you get a decramastic roof replacement from Signature Roofing and Guttering, we replace your decramastic tile roof with BlueScope Steel Colorbond® or Zincalume sheets, which are covered with a manufacturer’s warranty of up to 25 years. With a new metal roof, your home will be watertight, look great, and survive the harsh Queensland weather.