You may be wondering why it’s not an option to do your own roof maintenance or if it even matters if you do.
But a new study has found that most people who have a roof are not doing it right, according to a new report from the University of Melbourne’s Climate and Environment Institute.
The research, published in the journal Science Advances, found that nearly half of the surveyed Australians surveyed said they did not regularly perform regular roof inspections.
The survey was conducted online by Ipsos MORI in August 2017, when more than 7,000 Australians were polled.
In a statement, the Australian Roof Association said the survey results showed Australians were not doing their own roof inspections correctly, and that roof inspections should be the responsibility of local councils.
“Australian roof owners are the most responsible for the maintenance of their roof and it is the responsibility and responsibility of the councils to ensure roofers get the job done correctly,” the association said in a statement.
It’s important to remember that the Australian roof is a natural barrier and it’s part of our home, so when we don’t regularly inspect our roof properly, it can cause problems such as dampness, water and mould.
“We encourage roofers to get the proper advice and professional help and are working to make our roofs look the best possible by doing regular roof inspection work,” the statement said.
“Rear-facing roofers are particularly vulnerable to the effects of dampness caused by poor ventilation and poor heat transfer from the interior of the home.”
A roofer who does not regularly inspect his or her roof can damage and damage the structure of a home.
“When a roof is not regularly inspected, the structure can become brittle and fall apart and this can be dangerous for the occupants.”
The report also found that Australians were less likely to consider the safety of their roofs and less likely than other Australians to consider using a roof-sealing system.
The results show that Australian roof owners were less than half as likely as others to consider a roof sealer for their roof, with only 9 per cent of respondents saying they had considered installing a roofsealer.
And it found that the majority of Australians were satisfied with their roof.
Only one in 10 respondents said they were dissatisfied with their home’s roof, while a similar proportion of respondents said that they were satisfied.
More than two-thirds of respondents felt that the quality of their home was either “very good” or “good” or that their roof was “excellent”.
It also found the survey was a valuable tool for building community attitudes to roof issues.
The study, conducted online, was a response to a broader community survey, and was not commissioned.
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