You have done a great job and we really appreciate the professional manner in which you have detected the problems with the roof and then fixed them. We feel very comfortable going into winter (whenever that may come). We will be sure to recommend you to anyone who has a roof problem.
Frank and Susan – Wembley Downs
“Thanks again for all your help and for doing a great job. Your personal service and professional ethics makes you someone I would trust my roof with any day. I will definitely recommend you to anyone.”
Debbie – Lockridge
“The best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry” – Robert Burns (1786)
This couldn’t be more apt for describing our start to 2016.
After months of planning for an old friend to join the team this year, things started going awry in December. Despite our best efforts to sort it out over the break, there was no resolution and the plan fell through.
We sincerely apologise for those who were affected. We had to cancel a number of jobs too big for Sean to do himself. It was a disappointing and embarrassing situation to be put in, and a huge learning curve for our business.
Post back surgery – Chaley is no longer in constant pain, although it is a long road to recovery. We will take each day as it comes and be thankful for all the good things in our life.
In 2016, Roofology will focus on our business strengths:
- Small family business
- Customer service
- Roof tiling
- Roof plumbing
- Trouble shooting roof leaks
- Specialist roofing repairs and maintenance
Sean will remain solely responsible for the roofing work. Chaley is available on the phone or by email. Like last year, the kids may tag along from time to time with Sean on a Saturday when he is quoting.
A new year brings with it a new chapter for us, both personally and professionally. We look forward to all that this year has to offer.
Chaley and Sean Kelly
For more information on Roofology, please visit our website: www.roofology.com.au
The office will be closed from Wednesday 23 December 2015 and reopen on Monday 11 January 2016.
Chaley had back surgery on Monday 16 November 2015. Everything went as planned and she was well looked after by her surgeon, Dr Soni Narula and the lovely nursing staff at St John of God Hospital in Murdoch.
Recovery is expected to take between 4 and 6 weeks, and the office will run at a lower capacity during this time. Chaley is able to move much more easily and is in less pain than before surgery. Sitting for extended periods is not recommended and she is not allowed to lift anything over 1kg while recovering.
We would like to thank all of our family, friends and clients for their well wishes and understanding over the last few weeks. Thanks to Jim and Julie for making a special trip to Perth to help out after Chaley got out of hospital. The extra help around the house was appreciated by the whole family.
Chaley’s new ‘stand-up’ workspace created by Sean and Jim, is working exactly as planned.
We hope to be up to date in the office by Friday 27 November 2015. Sean will be working through the week on jobs, and will be quoting/assessing on Saturdays up until the festive break.
Roofology will be closed for Christmas/New Year, from Wednesday 23 December 2015 and we will reopen on Monday 11 January 2016.
For further information or to organise a quote, please send us an email or contact Chaley on 0400 885 490.
Our friends are renovating their home and as part of the renovation they wanted to update the existing gutters and down-pipes, as well as the colour of the roof.
For this particular project, Sean worked in conjunction Ryan from R&J Roof Restoration. Ryan high pressure cleaned the roof the day before Sean started the roof plumbing.
Sean installed new Colorbond valleys, gutters and down-pipes. Once the roof plumbing was completed, Sean re-pointed all of the ridge capping in flexible pointing. After that, Ryan finished the roof restoration with several coats of paint.
As you can see from the before and after pictures below, the finished results were impressive and our friends are very happy with their new roof.
For all your roofing needs, please give Roofology a call on 0400 885 490 or check out our website: www.roofology.com.au.
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