Frequently Asked Questions

Valley iron replacements and all flashings are related to roofing and construction. Here’s an explanation of each term:

1. Valley Iron Replacements:
Valley irons are structural components used in roofing systems to form the valleys or the V-shaped channels where two roof planes meet. These valleys are prone to water runoff, and valley irons help redirect the water safely away from the roof. Over time, valley irons may become damaged, corroded, or worn out due to exposure to the elements. When this happens, valley iron replacements are necessary.

Valley iron replacements involve removing the existing damaged valley irons and installing new ones. The process typically includes identifying the type and dimensions of the valley irons required, removing the roofing materials surrounding the damaged area, detaching the old valley irons, and securing the new ones in place. This helps maintain the integrity of the roof by ensuring proper water drainage and preventing leaks in the valleys.

2. All Flashings:
Flashings are crucial components of a roofing system designed to prevent water infiltration and protect vulnerable areas, such as joints, seams, and transitions. All flashings refer to the complete set of flashings installed across the entire roof, covering various critical points where water can potentially penetrate.

Common types of flashings include:

– Step flashings: Used to seal the junctions between the roofing materials and vertical walls, such as chimneys or dormers.
– Drip edge flashings: Installed along the edges of the roof to prevent water from seeping underneath the roofing materials.
– Ridge flashings: Placed along the ridges of the roof to protect the highest points from water penetration.
– Vent pipe flashings: Used to seal around protrusions, such as plumbing or ventilation pipes, to prevent leaks.
– Valley flashings: Similar to valley irons, these flashings are installed in roof valleys to channel water away and prevent water damage.

When discussing all flashings, it means ensuring that all these critical areas of the roof are properly sealed and protected. This involves inspecting the existing flashings, identifying any damaged or deteriorated ones, and replacing them as needed. Adequate flashing installation is essential for maintaining a watertight and durable roofing system.

In summary, valley iron replacements and all flashings are both roofing-related terms. Valley iron replacements involve replacing damaged or worn-out valley irons in roof valleys, while all flashings refer to the comprehensive installation of various types of flashings throughout the roof to ensure proper water shedding and prevent leaks.

  • We can do 99% of roof repairs, either commecial or domestic.
  • The repair must be within realistic capabilities of our small team.
  • Roof tiles, metal and marrying the two together along with flashing solutions are the main things we do.
  • We DON’T do Slate roofs.


The duration of a roof replacement depends on several factors, such as the roof size, the roof design’s complexity, the type of roofing materials used, and the weather conditions. A roof replacement project typically takes several days to a few weeks. A small, straightforward roof replacement project can usually be finished within a few days, while more extensive and complex roofing projects can take up to a few weeks. Weather conditions can also play a significant role in determining the timeline of a roof replacement project, as the work may need to be halted if there is heavy rain or high winds. It’s always best to consult with a professional roofing contractor to get an accurate estimate of how long your roof replacement project will take.

The minimum is $245.

The most expensive job I have done was $35000 for a re roof.

Jacob, who is the supervisor, started roof tiling in 1981. Experience in metal roofing was gained in the late 80’s in Tasmania.

After fully concentrating on repairs since 2007, the many ways found for a roof to leak are marvelous.  generally a small leak is harder to find than a big one. Since 2007 we have fixed plenty of those.


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