There are many options to consider when choosing your roofing material. Some options include wood, concrete, tiles and metal (zinc and corrugated iron) just to name a few. Some systems are more expensive than others – clay tile and concrete, for example – but will pay off in the long run as these are energy efficient materials.
- Tiled roofs
- Rubber roofs
- Shingle roofs
- Iron roofs
- Concrete roofs
- Copper Euro panel roofs
- Zinc Euro panel roofs
The contours, angles and curved surfaces of contemporary architecture require malleable, corrosion resistant waterproof materials. Established roofing and cladding systems accommodate design, aesthetic and performance.
Copper has been used for centuries for complex roofing geometries, both copper, zinc and aluminum develop a natural rust over time which creates a barrier to further erosion making it an ideal material for exterior facades allowing a natural impression.
A popular system used in modern commercial, industrial and residential architecture are Euro panels. The zinc Euro panels are available in black, grey and natural colours.
Gutters & Downspouts
For sustainable roof water harvesting our guttering systems come in a range of materials, galvanised iron, zinc, copper, aluminum and plastic.
Dr Roof can weather proof your roof and insulate your roof space, save up to 25% of heat loss. This makes your home easier to heat creating a warm and cosy atmosphere. Energy spent heating your home is reduced and saves money on your energy bill. Warm and dry homes are healthy homes, especially for those with respiratory illness, rheumatoid arthritis and other conditions derived from living in cold and damp conditions.