A roof does much more than just protect your home, your family and your possessions. The right roofing solution adds style, beauty and character and is one of the most important ways that you can turn a house into a home.
Sean Morris Roofing & Maintenance has been tailoring new roofs in Perth, of award-winning quality, for over 30 years. We have worked with some of Perth’s most respected builders and have built a reputation for quality workmanship.
If you’re renovating an old house or building a brand new one and searching for professional and reliable roof tilers in Perth, Sean Morris Roofing & Maintenance can quote directly from your plans. As a Monier Prime approved contractor we recommend the use of their clay and concrete products, but we also supply roof tiles from all the major suppliers in Perth and some international products for something out of the ordinary (we can do slate from the UK, Canada cedar shingles and asphalt shingles from the US).
If you’re looking for reliable roof contractors in Perth, remember to look out for these key characteristics – honesty, knowledge, integrity, value for money, manufacturer’s warranties and guarantees. Sean Morris Roofing & Maintenance is proud to say that we tick all of these boxes so call us for all your roof restoration needs in Perth.
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Meaning ‘baked earth’ in Italian, terracotta, as the name suggests is a natural clay product that has been used throughout the ages for protection against the elements. Terracotta roof tiles are available in a variety of rich colours, glazed, semi-glazed or unglazed finishes, and will not fade. They are tough against harsh weather conditions and are durable in all climates. Often chosen for their historic appeal, terracotta roof tiles can be used for new roofs or to regenerate old ones.
Concrete is a very durable building material and concrete roof tiles, as well as being fire resistant are available in a wide range of colours and designs. Modern concrete tiles, made from cement, sand and pigments, can replicate the appearance of a broad array of distinctive tile designs. As such they offer the widest selection of profiles and colours, while remaining relatively cost-effective.