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Tray Roofing or Heritage Tray From Roof Auckland

Thursday 14 November 2019, 7:23PM
By Beckie Wright
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Roof Auckland, roofing contractors in Auckland will manage your entire roofing project from start to finish – removing any guesswork and uncertainty, so you can rest assured that your home is in the very best of hands with the Roof Auckland team. They will also provide the very best in roofing products, which is why they recommend Heritage Tray Roofing.

Heritage Tray markets itself as an elegant, economical and flexible roofing profile, which requires no additional plywood substrate, thus reducing costs. Additionally, it can be roll-formed on site, an attractive logistical option for larger construction projects.

Fasteners that are used to secure Heritage Tray clip down, as roof cladding must penetrage into the purlin a minimum of 30mm for timber and 6mm for steel purlins. For wall cladding, the clip fasteners must be long enough to pass through the cavity batten, and into the main frame by 30mm for timber and 6mm for steel. Clip fasteners must be fixed to all periphery edges of all roofs in areas of high to extra high wind zones.

Evolving from the already popular and stylish Euro-Tray family of profiles, Heritage Tray is becoming just as popular for builders and roofers alike. 

Roof Auckland is a member of the Roofing Association of New Zealand, and is locally owned and operated by John Courtney. John, originally a tradesman, is passionate about business and great customer service. He has owned and operated several successful businesses over his career and has worked in management roles for one of New Zealand's largest construction companies, and is a proponent of roof maintenance.

Drawing on his extensive project management experience, he makes sure that every re-roofing project runs smoothly – to eliminate stress and deliver quality results for Roof Auckland ’s customers. As John says, “Choose a company that cares, communicates well, and delivers quality and peace of mind every time” and for more information on long run roofing please go to https://www.roofauckland.nz/ .