Russell Stark has more than 30 years of experience in metal roofing and guttering. He has done everything from replacing a downpipe or resealing a gutter to working on industrial buildings a kilometre long . So when you talk to him about your home and what you hope to do with it, he draws on a wealth of knowledge that can be used in providing you with advice or a quote.
What do we do?
We replace and repair metal roofs, guttering and downpipes (both PVC and metal). We also remove asbestos sheeting and replace with a metal alternative.
Please note: While we can make some repairs to tiles, we are not tilers and so do not do major work on clay or terracotta tiles.
Where do we do it?
If your home or building is in the greater Brisbane area, then we are happy to talk to you about your roofing or guttering problem.
Until recently, the Building Services Authority (BSA) issued qualified trade contractors with BSA licences. The BSA has now been replaced by the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC), and so the former BSA licence is transitioning to a QBCC licence. Russell Stark's trade contractor licence number is 43363.
As well as a licenced trade contractor, Russell Stark also holds the following certifications:
- Asbestos Removalist Certificate
- Asbestos Removal Supervisor Certificate
- Elevated Work Platform Certificate (EWP)
- General Safety Induction (construction industry) Training (Blue Card)
- Roof Plumber and Wall Cladder licence
- Certificate III in Roof Plumbing
- Certificate III in Carpentry
- Certificate II in Engineering
- Business Management Basics for Trade Contractors
- Anyone who works for Stark Roofing, and who is not a supervised apprentice, is qualified to undertake the work they are completing.
Ethics and Reliability
Russell Stark says, "When I organise a quote for work to be done on my own house, I want the tradesperson to arrive at the arranged time, and so when I organise quotes for my clients I try to be there when I say I will. Obviously sometimes things don't go to plan, but I think that it is bad manners to keep people waiting for hours, so I try to keep my clients informed if things go pear-shaped and I can't make it to pre-arranged appointments."