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Roof Plumbing Melbourne

Watermaster Roofing’s qualified team of pros provide first-rate roof plumbing services to residential and commercial properties, including new builds, across Melbourne’s east and southeast.  

Stop leaks before they become a bigger problem!

The risk of roof leaks:

  • Roof leaks can lead to internal and external damage to your home
  • Mould and mildew can spread throughout a home’s structure (even to your heating and cooling system!)
  • A roof leak can lead to electrical risks and fire hazards
  • Water leakage can damage your home’s insulation

If you’re looking for a team who can tackle your roofing problems head on, look no further than Watermaster Roofing. While a roof leak might seem like a small inconvenience, it can quickly manifest into a huge problem – so call us now!

Contact Watermaster Roofing today!

Book an onsite inspection or give us a call to discuss roofing problems or your next roofing project.

Solving your roof leaks

A leaking roof can go from being a minor problem to a major one. If you have recently discovered a leak in your roof, we will firstly identify the source of the problem before rapidly rectifying it.

Our local roof plumbers are all fully qualified and fully insured so you can be assured that you are working with the best contractors available.

Plumbing Industry Commission compliance is provided on completion.

Common Roof Plumbing Problems

Invisible leaks

What we have outlined above relies on the notion that the leak within your roof is actually identifiable by you. But what if your home is, unbeknown to you, suffering from a hidden or invisible leak?

Invisible leaks stress the importance of periodic roof inspections – regardless if you’ve spotted a visible problem or sign of damage.

Missing Shingles or Tiles

An older tile roof may be suffering from missing or broken tiles, leaving sections of your roof susceptible to internal leaking.

Mould and Rotting

Stagnant water can lead to rotting of your home’s structural foundations, while damp, cool, dark areas are the perfect breeding ground for mould and mildew.