Choose Quality Roofing Components for a Roof that Stands the Test of Time
How strong and durable is your roof? If you are about to construct a roof, is the longevity of it something that you are concerned about? When constructing a roof, be aware that there are various factors that will affect its effectiveness and lifespan. One of these factors is the quality of your roofing components.
Your roof is actually just as important as your home’s foundations. It should be designed and built to withstand exposure to harsh weather conditions, and should not easily fall victim to water damage and similar. It is vitally important that the quality of your roofing components is a number one priority on your list. Not only will this ensure that your roof is effective, but it will also add value to your home and ensure that your roofing product quite simply never lets you down. Having to continuously repair a roof is a sign of poor quality roofing materials being used. If you are struggling to keep your roof in a good condition, perhaps it’s time to replace it.
In addition to top-quality roofing components, it is also important that the roof is expertly constructed. It is no use having the best quality materials and components if they aren’t properly installed, but this seems to happen regularly to those who are not in the “know”. When you choose your roofing components and materials, consider the true functionality of the roof, and what you want to achieve and spend. Choose materials according to their weather resistance, durability, UV resistance, strength and, of course, their thermal insulation qualities.
Roofing components that need to be considered when constructing a new roof include roof covering products, such as slate, shingles, tiles and in some cases, even metal. You will also need to select additional components, such as sheathing, rafters and trusses, flashing materials and drainage components, such as gutter pipes and similar.
At Marley Roofing, you can expect to find a wide selection of tiles and roofing components to suit a variety of roof types. You can easily select tiles for your home by using our interactive 3D roof system. Of course, our professional roofing experts are also available to provide you with advice and guidance, so that you make a selection that will actually serve your roof type and style well. Our concrete tiles are M22 colour coated, which means that the colour simply will not fade, even when exposed to the harsh African sun and heavy rains.
Our roofing solutions are considered to be “green”, which means that they’re a great option for those who are looking to do their bit for the environment, without skimping on the aesthetic appeal and durability of their roofing products. Our concrete roof tiles may be an environmentally friendly option, but they’re not weak or of a poor quality. They have proven that they can stand the test of time. Each tile requires very little in terms of maintenance, and they can also be recycled when they reach the end of their lifespan.
Marley Roofing has been serving the South African market for over 40 years. We pride ourselves on paying great attention to detail when supplying roofing products to our customers. We don’t believe in taking shortcuts and the quality of our product range is sheer proof of that.
We have 3 product ranges which are fairly similar to each other. Each product range is available per area and these areas include inland, Western Cape and KwaZulu-Natal. We are very proud of the fact that we are the only roofing company in South Africa to receive the CMA National Trophy in biennial Awards for Excellence competition, not once or twice, but seven consecutive times!
At Marley Roofing, we put the needs of our customers first. We use all of our industry knowledge to provide helpful, sound advice and guidance to both professionals and DIY enthusiasts. If you would like to receive more information and advice on our roofing components range, simply contact us at Marley Roofing. Send us an email or call us, and we will advise you on your roofing options and ensure that your new roof has what it needs to keep you covered when it matters most.