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Profiled metal roofing dented or damaged

Profiled metal roofing – lead-head nails damaged or missing

  • The lead heads were damaged during roofing installation

    How to repair

  • Nails have worked loose over time as a result of movement in the roof

    How to repair

Profiled metal roofing – corrosion at lapped ends

  • The underside (back surface) of the edges of sheets have not been primed and do not get cleaned

    How to repair

  • Water trapped in end laps 

    How to repair

Galvanised steel roofing – corrosion at roofing sheet ends

  • The underside (back surface) of the edges of sheets have not been primed and do not get cleaned

    How to repair

  • There is a moist corrosive environment, as water likely to remain in the gutter  

    How to repair

No roof space access

Roof space – insulation is touching the flexible roof underlay

  • This is likely to occur at the edges of the roof, particularly with low pitched roofs, where roof framing does not have enough depth to provide space for the insulation

    How to repair

  • The insulation has become displaced due to air movement/wind in the roof space/activity by occupants or tradespeople – typically occurs with loose-fill, blown-in insulation

    How to repair

Roof leaks (visible as wet framing or water path stains)

Roof space – rusty fixings

Rafters or ridge beams sagging

  • Rafter spans too great for the timber size and/or roofing type, or roof framing has been overloaded

    How to repair

  • Poor quality timber, or cracked or broken timber

    How to repair

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Concrete or clay tiles – roof sagging

Asphalt shingles – ridges or peaks formed in the roof surface

Translucent sheet roofing – loose sheets