Established in 2007, ADESA Services has gained extensive experience with many building companies property owners and managers on commercial construction projects across Australia.
ADESA Services provide Builders, project managers and property owners and clients with a comprehensive service and knowledge to meet their specific needs. Our experience in the construction industry having worked with Government, the mining sector as well as international clients. It is not just about roofing but rather the management of the team to achieve safety, quality, the latest in roofing technologies and working to help reach timelines. ADESA Services have an outstanding list of completed projects, our uncompromising attention to detail has firmly positioned ADESA Services as one of Western Australia’s premier Roofing and Cladding specialists.
Though it may seem simple, there are a lot of things you may need to consider while installing roofing on a commercial building, and hiring the right roof installation company is vital. At ADESA, we not only have decades of experience and a professional team to ensure quality results on time but can also guarantee through proven results to recommend and supply only quality materials that suit Australia’s harsh elements for your specific job.
As regular maintenance of any roof is important for it’s longer lifespan, it’s always better to implement a repair and maintenance programme ahead of time rather than having to replace the roof at short notice to mitigate the threat of sustaining serious damage in the immediate future. Commercial buildings should maintain a safe and effective roofing structure to ensure its continued day to day functionality and to avoid financial or material loss.
The older the roof, the less efficient it becomes and less cost effective are the repairs. If the damage to the roof is extensive, you are often better off considering a replacement as extensively damaged roof surfaces can lead to more serious structural damages, safety issues, and unnecessary expenses.
As hazardous it is to our health, asbestos continues to be a problem in Australia as most commercial buildings built up until late 1980s still contain asbestos. It is very important for you to be aware of the presence of asbestos in your commercial building in order to avoid possible health hazards like asbestosis and lung cancer.
Architects, contractors, and builders understand the benefits and efficiencies that can be gained with the use of skylights for commercial roofing projects. Skylights are an excellent source of natural light as they can bring over three times as much light as a vertical window of the same size.