RELAX. WE’RE
ON TOP OF IT.

You can rest easy under a Gerard roof, knowing that our company does right by the environment, and will do right by you. With impeccable sustainability credentials, and a warranty up to 50 years, yours is a guilt-free, worry-free roof.
 

Gerard Warranties

 

TEXTURED FINISH WARRANTIES





SMOOTH FINISH WARRANTIES




This page is only intended to provide an overview of Gerard warranties – you can see the full details in our Warranty Certificate below. To ensure your warranty remains valid, please follow the recommendations in our Maintenance Guide.


Warranty Certificate     Maintenance Guide    

Warranty Certificate     Maintenance Guide    

 
 
 

Sustainability

CHOOSE A
GREENER ROOF.

A Gerard roof is an environmentally friendly choice. It’s lighter than concrete or clay roofing, so transportation is more energy-efficient, it requires less framing support, which saves resources and it’s made from steel, which is endlessly recyclable.
Designed by Bàlay Vandyke Pty Ltd (Far North QLD)
 

Easier to transport


The average houselot of traditional clay tiles requires an entire truck for transport. But with Gerard pressed steel roofing, you could fit 10 homes’ worth on the truck, using less energy (and therefore less carbon) to transport.



Requires less framing timber


A pressed steel roof requires much less framing support than concrete tiles – saving, on average, as much as $2000 worth of framing materials and $1000 in labour costs.



Recyclable again and again


Steel can be recycled indefinitely, without losing any of its qualities. So a retired Gerard roof doesn’t need to end up in landfill – it can simply be re-worked into another steel product.



More than just good products


At Gerard, it’s not just our products that are better for the environment. Our company, and our manufacturing methods are too, that’s why we carry the internationally recognised Declare label. To us, sustainability means a pledge of continuous improvement, and it’s one we’ll be proudly upholding long term.