Moreton Bay Roofing Group – The Specialists You Can Trust

Whether you live in laid-back Nudgee Beach, the family-oriented suburbs of Redcliffe, Scarborough or the popular seaside villages of Rothwell and Taigum, or the more modern dwellings throughout Brisbane’s historic Moreton Bay region, there are few things more important than the roof above your head. And that’s where the skilled team at Moreton Bay Roofing Group comes in. From roof construction and re-roofing, roof leak repairs and gutter replacement to skylight installation and wall cladding, they’re the specialists you can trust to get the job done right.

Located on the site of the former Petrie Paper Mill, the 16,000 sqm foundation building is the first stage in UniSC Moreton Bay’s full university precinct development and brings Council’s vision for The Mill at Moreton Bay to life. The campus includes the largest end-of-trip facilities of any UniSC and is adjacent to the Petrie train station, public bus interchange and the Petrie to Kippa Ring shared cycling and walking path.

Using only top-of-the-line BlueScope Steel iron roofing materials including Colorbond Moreton Bay Roofing Group and Zincalume, the experienced roofers at Moreton Bay Roofing Group can handle all types of residential and commercial roofing projects from a patio to a warehouse. As a fully insured roofing contractor, the team also provides stormwater solutions, gutters and downpipes, and skylight installation. Their focus is on quality workmanship and customer service and they challenge old tradie stereotypes by arriving when they say they will, taking care to protect your belongings and providing written on-site quotes within 48 hours of inspection.

The experienced professionals at Concreting Solutions have years of knowledge and extensive technical expertise in concrete inspections and testing. We offer state-of-the-art equipment and an excellent service, helping contractors meet the scheduling constraints of their concrete testing requirements.

The challenges humanity faces in the twenty-first century include climate change, population growth, overconsumption of resources and a need for more energy. Construction practitioners must respond by providing accommodation and infrastructure with better whole-life performance, using lower volumes of primary materials, less non-renewable energy, wasting less and causing fewer disturbances to the natural environment. These objectives also apply to concrete, the most used material in the world’s built environment.