Roof and Restoration

Colorbond Roof Restorations

Green Roofing specializes in Colorbond Roof Restorations. After a Colorbond roof has become old and worn, painting it might be a cost-effective way to bring it back to life. We are experts in producing high-quality results for our clients, even when it isn’t always acceptable.

What Are the Benefits of a Colorbond Roof Restoration? ​

Colorbond metal roofs can fade and corrode with time, necessitating a Colorbond roof restoration.

Green Roofing specializes in cement tile and Colorbond roof restorations. Our team has a lot of expertise with metal Colorbond roofs and is well-versed in the best products to use in order to get the best results for your roof restoration.

Green Roofing specializes in colorbond roof restorations in Melbourne, Drouin, Rowville, Mornington, and the surrounding areas. The main purpose to restore a metal roof is to protect your property, improve its appearance, and boost its worth. The roof is extensively pressure washed to remove dirt and grime. The damaged areas are then treated with anti-rust before being sprayed using a three-coat metal application process. The results are incredible; in fact, your metal roof now looks like a brand-new Colorbond roof. We offer a guarantee on all of our work.

Because it is resistant to damaging uv rays and solar radiation, a colorbond roof provides outstanding durability and endurance for your property. As we all know, Melbourne’s weather is fickle, therefore you must guarantee that your colorbond roof can withstand hailstorms and extreme temperatures as a homeowner.

Is It Possible To Paint A Colorbond Roof? ​

Yes you can! Your roof will look brand new once painted with Nutech’s product line, which is specifically intended for metal Colorbond roofs.

When a Colorbond Roof Is Restored, What Happens? ​

Set up a guard rail and anchor points for the usage of a safety harness.
Step 2: Replace all screws – You can’t paint over rust, and once the roof is pressure cleaned, all of the seals are blasted off the screws.
Step 3: Clean the entire roof with a high-pressure washer.
Step 4: Clean out all gutters
Step 5: Re-seal around any flues, pipes, chimneys, skylights, or anything else that needs to be protected from paint. Step 6: Cover any solar panels/skylights or anything else that needs to be protected from paint.
Step 7: Begin painting (3 coats)
A deep grey priming coat is required for an older roof (30 years or more), or a damaged roof with corroded, worn, or a rough surface, to help provide the subsequent two coats a shiny and consistent finish. We apply a nano priming layer on a newer roof – newer than 10 years old – to provide a sticky surface for our paint to adhere to. The use of high-quality primers makes a significant difference in the final quality of the roof. The initial coat of color is acrylic. Coating with a high gloss top coat

How Much Does It Cost To Restore A Colorbond Roof?

The cost of your roof restoration will be determined by a few factors:

Your roof’s dimensions
Is your paint peeling and you need a turbo head to remove it?
Is a guard rail required on your roof?
A single-story roof of typical size with no flaking paint will cost between $4000 and $5,500.

In general, Colorbond roof restorations cost between $4000 and $10,000

Choosing the Correct Colorbond Roof Paint ​

You can choose from a variety of colors for your metal Colorbond roof restoration. A larger version of the color chart can be found in our Colorbond color guide.

THE COLORBOND® Steel designer color collection offers a classic and contemporary palette that will complement any home style. What better place to look for inspiration than Australia itself? From the mountains to the outback, from stream beds to beaches, COLORBOND® steel captures the light and vibrancy that distinguishes Australia’s colors. To create the perfect appearance and feel for your home, there are 22 color possibilities to pick from.

Your roof, which is one of your most precious investments, protects your home and family. You can trust COLORBOND® steel to be versatile, lightweight, durable, and capable of meeting your changing lifestyle requirements.
COLORBOND® steel can meet the demands of your home, whether you live near the water or want an energy-efficient color. Go to to see which COLORBOND® steel alternatives are appropriate for your home.

The type of roofing material you select will decide the roofing system’s endurance and durability, allowing you to reap the benefits for a longer period of time. You’ll also want a roof that enables for easy and secure online purchasing, and you’ll value having a roof that lasts a long time. The cheapest corrugated iron prices will help you save a lot of money on roofing materials. Colorbond is available in a variety of colors, but you must select one that compliments the overall look of your home.

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Do I Need To Have My Roof Restored?

When we arrive to meet you, the first thing we want to know is if your roof is suitable for a Colorbond Roof Restoration. Is there any evidence of rust or corrosion on the roofing sheets? Is the roof flashing in good condition? Do the rubbers that enclose the roof screws need to be repaired? These are just a few of the things we need to solve before we start painting the metal roof.

If your roof has been determined to be suitable for a Colorbond Roof Restoration, the next step is to choose color schemes. Do you want to install new Colorbond gutters and gable ends? Or would you prefer them to match the roof color?

Preparation is key when painting a roof, as it is with any other surface. The roof must be cleaned of moss, lichen, grime, and other contaminants. All surfaces not to be painted should be completely masked and taped to avoid overspray. Environmental conditions must be met before any paint can be applied; failure to meet these standards may shorten the product’s lifespan.