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About Cornerstone Gutters & Roofing
AT A GLANCE
- Family owned business
- Operating for over 10 years
- Only quality materials used
- We clean up after we have completed each project
- Fully insured work
We let you know when the work will commence, arrive on time and notify you the moment work has completed.
A respected business since 2004. Cornerstone Gutters and Roofing Pty Ltd is a fast growing family friendly team dedicated to providing the best quality service for all your roof plumbing needs. Supplying guttering and roofing services across the Perth metropolitan area, we provide competitive pricing without sacrificing the quality of our product.
Cornerstone takes pride in the fact that our tradesmen are always personable and friendly. We let you know when the work will commence, arrive on time and notify you the moment work has completed. Our work day starts when you want and finishes within your requested time frame. We clean up after ourselves and only use quality materials. Cornerstone always delivers what has been agreed upon and endeavoursÃƒƒÃ‚¢Ãƒ‚Ã‚€Ãƒ‚¿ to achieve what is above and beyond our initial promise.
Cornerstone gutters and roofing offers free no obligation quotes for the following services:
- Gutter Installation
- Downpipe Installation
- Re-Roofing In Colorbond Or Zincalume Or Poly-Carbonate Sheeting
- Roof Painting
- Gutter Cleaning
- Metal Gutter Guards
- Leak Repair
- Rust Treatments
- Medal Valley Guards
- Hardiflex Eaves Replacement
Zincalume Roof Sheeting:
Zincalume roof sheeting comes from an element called Zinc. Zinc is a metallic element that is often used in transition metal. It is alternatively considered a post-transition medal before it can be transferred into usable material for things such as zincalume. The Zinc element in itself makes up about 0075% of the earth's crust and is one of the most abundant elements known to man. It is often found and mixed with other elements such as copper, lead, and prefers to bond with sulfides.