Answers to frequently asked questions about our roofing services throughout Newcastle, Port Stephens, Hunter Valley and the Central Coast, as well as some of the products we supply at Hi Tech Roofing are listed below.
If you do not find the answer you're looking for in the FAQ list below, please don't hesitate to contact us.
- How much is a new Colorbond roof?
- What warranty is available?
- What colours are available?
- Will you send a tradesman or a salesman to give me a quote?
- Will my roof be watertight during the replacement process?
- How long does it take to replace an old roof with Colorbond?
- Will there be any mess left behind?
- Do you install skylights and whirlybirds?
Price can vary due to a number of factors, including accessibility, existing roof type, roof size and pitch, and whether gutters are required. Please phone and we would be happy to give you a ball park figure over the phone, or we can arrange to call past and site measure your project providing you with a fixed price quotation.
Generally 30 years on Colorbond materials and 5 years on workmanship. However if you're in a Coastal environment the warranty on standard Colorbond will be less, if this is the case there are options to upgrade to Colorbond ULTRA and a thicker base metal thickness to achieve a longer warranty.
Colorbond have a great range of colours to choose from, these can be viewed at Colorbond.
Jarad, a tradesman with nearly 25 years experience will personally visit your property and discuss options with you.
Yes. We will only strip off what we can replace on the day. We do not trust tarps (or even own any). We have the expertise to leave your home water-tight during replacement. This also protects your home from vermin and vandals getting in.
Generally 2-3 days depending on the size and whether gutters are being renewed.
No, our tradesmen will take your old roof along with any off cuts and rubbish with them. Rest assured your property will be left neat and tidy.
Yes we are fully qualified to install custom formed skylights and a range of ventilators, including both wind and solar powered whirlybirds.