Where problems have emerged on existing roofs, we can diagnose the problem, recommend the best course of action, and source quotes from reputable roofing companies. Where required we can even project manage repair works, saving you time and giving you peace of mind that the repairs are being overseen by an industry expert. We also offer architectural design review of roofing plans, prior to commencement of the build process. Utilising Philip Beveridge’s expertise in this area resulted in savings of over $1 million in the cost of constructing the Commonwealth Games Sports Stadium.
Other services offered by Roof Inspection Reports include roof safety inspections and ongoing roof maintenance. All of our services provide you with the confidence that comes from knowing you are receiving unbiased, impartial advice from an experienced industry leader. Neglecting proper care of your roof, or allowing a poorly constructed roof to go unremedied, can result in costly damage. The services provided by Roof Inspection Reports are affordable and reliable, designed to save you money in the long term.
Roof Inspection Reports is founded and managed by Philip Beveridge. Possessing a total of 35 years of roofing experience, Philip was a founding Director of the well-known Northside Roofing Pty Ltd, which was established in 1989 and carries a reputation for professional expertise in the roofing industry. Recognised as a market leader, Philip has frequently been asked over the years to provide roof inspection and reporting services. It has become clear that there is a genuine need for these services in the industry.
Having now sold his interest in Northside Roofing, Philip (trading as Philip Beveridge Consulting Pty Ltd) is now able to offer an independent and impartial service through Roof Inspection Reports, providing roof reports on new and existing builds. Operating Australia-wide, on new builds Roof Inspection Reports can provide confirmation that roofing products have been installed in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions and the Australian Standards, prior to closing out the contract with your sub-contractor. Compliance with manufacturer’s instructions is particularly important, as failure to do so can void the product warranty.