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Why SolarSpan® Insulated Roofing Patios are Great for Keeping Out the Summer Heat Outdoor gatherings in Summer are a way of life in Brisbane. The Brisbane heat can be intense so when it comes to outdoor entertaining, having a comfortable climate in your patio is important. SolarSpan® insulated roofing is the builder’s choice when it...
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When moving your Solarspan Panels off the pack you must ensure that they are never dragged.  Always lift the Panel vertically off the pack of panels.
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Some more advice from Queensland Roofing Materials to consider when installing your Solarspan Roof. Always ensure that all swarf (small metal particles) is blower vacced or swept off your Solarspan panels to prevent rusting.
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Queensland Roofing Materials is back to normal trading for 2013.  We hope you all had a happy and healthy Christmas break. Just a reminder that our Solarspan cut off days to order your insulated panels are Monday’s and Wednesdays by 9am. If you haven’t visited us before we do have a Showroom at our Brisbane...
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The staff at Queensland Roofing Materials would like to wish all of our customers and suppliers a very Merry Christmas and a safe and prosperous New Year. Christmas Closure Dates: Brendale – Friday 21st December at Noon Maroochydore – Thursday 20th December at 4pm We will re-open on Monday 7th January 2013 Last Days for Orders:...
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Don’t delay ordering your Solarspan Patio for Christmas.  There are only a few days left to have that relaxed and comfortable lifestyle over the christmas period and into the New Year. The last cut off  day to order Solarspan for 2012 is Wednesday 12th December before 9am. So get in quick and enjoy entertaining your family...
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Queensland Roofing Materials wants to help you install your product.  Please find some advice below on how to install your new Solarspan Roof. Don’t Forget to remove the plastic off the panels before they are joined together. I know it sounds obvious but a number of installers have realised the plastic is still on the...
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