Your roofing questions answered
Done right, reroofing your home can be simple and stress-free. Find the answers to your questions here, or get in touch with the team for more info.
Replace your worn out roof and protect your home with our first-rate reroofing services.
Trust the Axiom team to fix up any leaks, damage, or general wear and tear on your roof.
Do you do free quotes?
Yes, we do. We like to give a thorough and detailed quote, taking into account your home type and style, exposure to high winds and weather, and of course your budget. By digging deep early on, we can provide you with an accurate, free, and no-obligations quote.
COLORSTEEL® has been New Zealand’s top choice in roofing for years. All COLORSTEEL® roofing products undergo extensive research and testing, and it shows. They’re tough as nails, and made to suit New Zealand’s rough weather conditions. COLORSTEEL® also offers up a wide range of colour choices, so your home will fit in with your own unique style.
ColorCote® roofing has been protecting Kiwi homes and buildings for over 40 years. Its long run roofing and cladding products AlumiGard, MagnaFlow and ZinaCore are all guaranteed for use in specific atmospheric conditions and come in more than 40 shades.
ZINCALUME® is a zinc/aluminium alloy coated steel. It was first introduced in 1994, and it’s been known for its durability and style ever since. It was created with New Zealand’s unique environment in mind – which is why it’s made to withstand the corrosive salt air that coastal winds blow many kilometres inland.
How much does reroofing cost?
Your reroofing cost will change depending on the size, complexity, location, and style of the job. For an accurate cost to reroof your property, get in touch for a free, no-obligation quote.
How long will it take to reroof my house?
The amount of time reroofing takes is completely dependent on the size and complexity of the roof. A small and simple job can take as little as two days, while a larger and more complicated project can take a week or more to complete. Once the job gets going, it’s important there are no interruptions – unless bad weather forces us to press pause.
Will bad weather affect my reroofing project?
Unfortunately, yes. The roof of a building is a very exposed and hazardous place to be, even without the added danger of wet and wild weather. The safety of our team is always top of mind, so if the conditions turn, we’ll need to press pause on the project until it clears up. Plus, your roof is all that stands between your home and the elements. That’s why we need to consider the risk of leaving your home exposed to rough weather while the roof is unfinished.