Our Range of Services
Construction. Maintenance. Repairs.


We make installing roofing components look easy! and… done quickly, to any new or existing home.

This could include Re-Roofing, guttering and downpipes, additional ventilation (whirlybirds), even skylights to increase the ambience of any room. We do it all, and to the high standards that we stand by, everyday!

Be stunned by the difference a beautiful new roof will make to your home!


Commercial Construction is where we thrive! It requires accuracy, timing, safety, collaboration and communication at a highly professional level. We’ve got it covered.

Check out some of our commercial jobs in the project gallery, and get in touch so we can assist with your requirements.

Baxter Roofing holds all required tickets and licenses to begin work.


No job too small! From repairing joins, flashings, penetrations, silicone, removing small parts of rust and sealing it, to replacing just a few sheets, we have you covered!

Re-roofing and replacements are our main source of income and we work with you to transform your house into the best looking home in the street! Whether it’s old ties/steel roof or rusted gutters, we can replace it with a modern, long-lasting roof to match your unique home.

Some of our products / services offered are:

To view examples of our work, see our Project Gallery

Fascia and Gutters

Steel Fascia serves two functions one to hold the eve board in place and the second main function is to hold the gutter and can come in zincalume or 22 colorbond colours. It is a long-lasting, low maintenance low cost alterative solution to timber fascia. Gutters are used to direct the water from the roof to the downpipe and hide the bottom of the roof sheets.

Box Gutters

A box gutter is a concealed gutter, ether between two roofs, a roof and a boundary, or a roof and a wall.





Rainheads are used as a stormwater component and is used as an external sump and overflow to remove water from a box gutter quickly so to not cause the box gutter to overflow into the ceiling space.

Battens and Purlins

Battens and purlins are two in the same, primarily used to attach either roofing or cladding to the substructure/frame. Insulation may also be used between them.

Down Pipes

Down pipes maybe PVC or steel(with many variance) in many sizes in which is used to get stormwater from your gutters to the stormwater in the ground.


Skylights are light transmitting openings, forming all, or a portion of, the roof of a building’s space for daylighting purposes. either opening, or completely sealed, these units can create excellent natural lightling in your space.

Insulation / Sisalation

Use as sarking under residential and commercial metal roofs. Sisalation® Metal Roof is a double-sided reflective building membrane suitable for installation over or under battens. Thermal insulation provides excellent properties, keeping homes cooler in summer and warmer in winter Improve the energy efficiency of a home to deliver energy cost savings.


Parapets are a capping that is placed on a wall to water proof it, this may or may not join to a roof. Parapets were originally used to defend buildings from military attack, but today they are primarily used as guard rails and to prevent the spread of fires.



Flashings in the finishing touches to a roof or wall to tidy up edges, cover holes and redirect waterflow. In modern buildings, flashing is intended to decrease water penetration at objects such as chimneys, vent pipes, walls, windows and door openings to make buildings more durable and to reduce indoor mold problems.


Bullnose and convex sheeting is a curved roofing sheet usually used in verandas



Wall Cladding

Colorbond steel or bondor wall cladding is the process of covering a wall and is a cost-effective solution to covenantal wall cladding such as bricks.

Pergolas and Verandahs

Pergolas and Verandahs is a structure used for outdoor entertaining. Baxter Roofing & Cladding can manage the entire process for you, in getting a great new outdoor entertaining area built.


There’s typically two types of whirlybirds: your mechanical, active-powered whirlybird, and the conventional wind-driven whirlybird. The far more popular conventional whirlybird operates when wind hits the turbine fins, causing the vent to rotate, causing a vacuum that removes air from the roof space.

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