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Whether it’s a new build needing a new roof, or an existing home needing some TLC we’ve got you covered!
Roof Repair & Maintenance
Have you got cracked tiles or leaks? It may be time to look at getting some repairs and maintenance done on your roof. We come to your home to find the best solution for you that fits within your budget.
- Leak Repairs
- Iron Roof Repairs
- Concrete Roof Repairs
- Terracotta Roof Repairs (Clay Tiles)
- Roof Tile Replacement
- Gutter Repairs
If you have exhausted your repair and maintenance options, and are still getting leaks this may be due to the age and wear and tear of your roof. Reroofing would be the right solution for you at this point and will make your roof look as good and last as long as a “new” roof.
Protect your home with Monier Tiles which are designed for New Zealand’s weather conditions. Make your home strong, and look beautiful.
If you are building a new home or it’s time to give your existing home a new look, you would want the peace of mind knowing that you have that home protected with only the best roof, made to last and stand through New Zealand’s tough weather conditions, Monier Tiles will not only protect your home but will also make it look beautiful.
Your home is a reflection of you, and the people who live in it so why not have it your way! There are many design and colour options to choose from to get exactly what you want!
Smart, Sleek, Solar – Lightweight but Strong!
With a strong focus in New Zealand on energy efficiency and renewable energy, having a solar panel on your roof with a few kilowatts is a smart move as it can go a long way to reducing your power bill. But typical solar arrays have their downsides. They are heavy, unsightly, and can only be fitted on certain areas of a roof – usually the one that faces the street. They can spoil the look of a beautiful roof and require a crane to install. To solve this problem, Monier has worked to deliver its own modular and sleek tile-integrated solar panels, which blend in nicely with the rest of the roof. They are called SOLARtiles™, and they have all of the benefits of a regular solar panel but none of the drawbacks.