Pinetown Roofing, Waterproofing, Guttering


The roof is the top covering of a building which includes the construction and materials needed to support the roof on the walls of the building or on its uprights. The roof provides protection from the rain, sunlight, and extreme weather conditions. The roof is essential for all industrial buildings and homes. Roofing is done by roofing companies and roof contractors.

Industrial Roofing Company

Rooftite Projects Pty Ltd is an industrial roofing company in Pinetown offering multiple options for your roof:

·         New roofs installed in Pinetown

·         Roof restoration in Pinetown

·         Roof repairs in Pinetown 

·         Yearly roof maintenance in Pinetown

Industrial Roofing in Pinetown done by Rooftite Projects Pty Ltd includes any type of roof, building roofs, plant roofs, warehouse roofs, shopping mall roofs, school roofs, factory roofs, and all commercial roofs in Pinetown KZN.

Commercial Roofing Companies

At Rooftite Projects Pty Ltd, we offer comprehensive commercial roofing in Pinetown to commercial building owners in Pinetown. We carry out these commercial roofing services;

·         Roof inspections

·         Roof restorations

·         Roof maintenance

·         Roof repairs solutions

Roofing Projects Pty Ltd provides all your commercial roofing solutions in Pinetown KZN.

We specialize in Industrial and Commercial Roofing, construction, roofing repair, maintenance, and installation of commercial and industrial roof systems in Pinetown.

Roof Repairs

Roof repairs in Pinetown done by Rooftite Projects Pty Ltd. We carry out all roof repairs to any roofing system. Roofing systems can fall victim to severe weather outbreaks, fallen debris, vandals, excessive roof traffic, or other unexpected events. The smallest of leaks can lead to catastrophic issues such as operational interruption, equipment damage, and ultimately structural damage to the existing facility. Rooftite Projects Pty Ltd does roof repairs to all types of roofing in Pinetown KZN.

Quick mobilization of experienced repair teams to minimize internal damage. Rooftite Projects Pty Ltd will provide the necessary documentation needed for your roof insurance claims. We provide existing roof assessment and quotations for the best long-term options for all roofing in Pinetown.

Roof Replacement re-roofing

Rooftite Projects Pty Ltd is a roof replacement company in Pinetown, Rooftite Projects Pty Ltd does re-roofing in Pinetown KZN. For all roof replacement and re-roofing in Pinetown, Rooftite Projects Pty Ltd should be who you call when your roof needs replacement or when you decide to re-roof your roof.


Waterproofing Company in Pinetown. Waterproofing of roofs done by Rooftite Projects Pty Ltd. Rooftite Projects Pty Ltd waterproof roofs in Pinetown KZN.

Which is the best waterproofing company in Pinetown?

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Guttering Company in Pinetown. Guttering for roofs done by the best guttering company in Pinetown. Rooftite Projects Pty Ltd in Pinetown is a guttering company.

Which is the best guttering company in Pinetown?

Rooftite Projects Pty Ltd is the best guttering company in Pinetown.

Suburban Roofing Pinetown

Suburban roofing In Pinetown includes industrial and commercial roofing. Rooftite Projects Pty Ltd is a suburban roofing company in Pinetown. We specialize in roofing, waterproofing, and guttering. We work on all suburban roofing in Pinetown.

KZN Roofing

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Pinetown is a town that is part of the Pinetown Metropolitan Municipality, inland from Durban in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Pinetown is situated 16 km west of Durban. Pinetown was named after the governor of Natal, Sir Benjamin Pine. The town was established in 1850 around the Wayside Hotel, itself built in 1849 along the main wagon route between Durban and Pietermaritzburg. In the Victorian era, Pinetown was known as a health resort. During the Second Boer War, the British built a concentration camp in Pinetown to house Boer women and children. A number of German settlers made Pinetown their base and this accounts for the neighborhood known as New Germany and the German Lutheran Church. Comrades Marathon – Pinetown is situated on the world-famous Comrades Marathon route which runs along the Old Main Road from Westville, over Cowies Hill past the Civic Centre, and onto Fields Hill, and vice versa. This event always attracts hundreds of spectators who line the route every year to catch a glimpse of their friends and loved ones in the marathon. The postal code of Pinetown is 4001.

Landmarks in Pinetown

Wayside Cross War Memorial

You can find the Wayside Cross at about 67 Josiah Gumede (Old Main) Road, Pinetown, next to the Pinetown Library. After World War 1 a sandstone memorial was erected and maintained by the Pinetown community. After World War II additional names were added. There is a slab that commemorates Pinetown boys killed in the so-called Border War of the 1970s and 1980s.

In November every year, since 2006, the Wayside Cross Ceremony (Parade) is held at the Wayside Cross in the Pinetown Library Grounds. The Ceremony is a MOTH (‘Memorable Order of Tin Hats’) Parade, hosted by Better ‘Ole Shellhole.

Mission Station – Saint Wendolins Mission

St Wendelin’s is situated about 14 km from Central Pinetown, on land owned by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Mariannhill and individual African Plot Holders. The Wendolins Area was Settled by the Maphumulo and Mangangeni Ethnic Groups, before the Colonization by White people.

The Mangengeni Community was Settled along the Umhlatuzana River in the Pinetown area. With the arrival of Missionaries, Chief Manzini asked the Missionaries to work with the Community, to teach them to Read and Write. In 1882 Father Franz Pfanner bought Zeekoegat, a Farm from the Natal Colonization Company, and Marianhill Mission was Built on this land.  The Church also brought surrounding Farms including an Adjacent Farm known as Klaarwater. It was on part of this Farm that the Community of St. Wendolins was Established. African Church Members, were allowed to Buy or Lease Land, at St Wendolins from the Mission.

Between 1930 and 1950 the Land was divided into 140 Plots and Sold to Resident Catholic Members. By 1950, there were about 80 Freehold Title Stands, which became known as the St Wendolins  Ridge. Other people who did not Buy stands Paid for the Right to remain on Mission, owned Land, this Area became known as Savannah Park. In 1950 the Apartheid Government warned the Church against Selling Land to Africans and as a result, Land Acquisition, by African people was stopped. In August 1957, St Wendolins Residents were astonished when plans for implementing the Group Areas Act, were announced in the Magisterial District, of Pinetown. 

St Wendolins Ridge, Pinetown, 3609

Winston Park Avenue of trees

2 Jan Smuts Ave, Winston Park, Gillitts, 3610

Things to do in Pinetown

Paradise Valley

The Paradise Valley Nature Reserve, 100 hectares of coastal and remnant grassland, boasts one of the two national monuments to be found in Pinetown – The Umbilo Waterworks, which were built in 1887. All four of the trails in the reserve start at the Interpretive Centre and head down through the picnic area.

uShaka Marine World

uShaka is situated on Durban’s Golden Mile, in South Africa. We bring together cultures, like no other place in Africa – into a safe, secure and clean environment that resonates the sound of fun, laughter, and the spirit of togetherness.

Giba Gorge Mountain Bike Park

Nestled in a lush green valley alongside the N3 freeway just outside Pinetown, lies Giba Gorge, MTB Park. A place for outdoor enthusiasts with something suitable for the whole family, from kids to grandparents. Whether it is the kids scooting around the BMX track, the avid mountain bikers & trail runners making use of the single track trails, the adrenalin-fuelled downhillers, or the families and couples choosing to picnic on the lawn or relaxing in the outdoor restaurant, there is something to appeal to everyone of all ages and sizes. 

Giba has officially been around since the start of 2007 when Chris and Steve Harburn decided to cut some trails onto property they had purchased when they took over Stockville Quarry. This started something in motion that could not have been foreseen, the future of Giba Gorge MTB Park. From its inception, it was with the help of friends and biking enthusiasts, that the park gained popularity and momentum, to such an extent that the park has always been trying to keep up with the demand of its visitors. The bike & lifestyle park has its hub based around the picnic area, restaurant, and BMX track, with single track trails that lead off in various directions covering an additional 300 hectares of privately owned land. Riding here has always been at the discretion of the individual landowners, without whom the progress and variety of the trails would not have been possible.

Hotels in Pinetown

Summerhill Estate culinary retreat

9 Belvedere Rd, Cowies Hill, Pinetown, 3610

Summerhill Estate, established in 1997 by Christine Richter, has successfully accomplished a combination of casual ambiance paired with professionalism in hospitality. 

With 14 individually designed, fully air-conditioned, and spacious rooms spread across 13.000 square meters of indigenous gardens and heirloom food crops, you’re sure to find your perfect match.

Summerhill Estate is based at the top of Cowies Hill and has commanding views of the sea and outstanding indigenous landscapes. At night the lighting is enchanting and the whole experience is the perfect getaway for every hard-working individual.

There is something about Summerhill Estate – you can feel it the moment you enter the driveway. The daily hustle and pressure drift away and suddenly, you feel lighter. Difficult to imagine that you are in the midst of everything that is Durban…

Ammazulu African Palace

20 Windsor Rd, Kloof, Durban, 3640

Ammazulu African Palace is unique luxury accommodation on the edge of the Kloof Gorge and Krantzkloof Nature Reserve. A truly spectacular boutique hotel for you to relax and unwind in. Experience a special stay in the elaborately crafted and decorated walkways, halls, and bedrooms using beadwork and African art, artifacts, and statues, specifically covering the Zulu Culture. You can pamper yourself in our sauna or steam room or merely lounge on one of the many decks overlooking the beautiful & natural surroundings with zebra grazing a few meters away in the reserve. All this and more awaits you a mere 20-minute drive from Durban City center.

Westville Bed & Breakfast

Emma and Nic Jacobs invite you to stay at their exclusive 5-star Bed & Breakfast in the heart of Westville Durban.  Whether you are visiting Durban as a tourist, for a wedding or a sporting event, or on business or for a conference, Westville B&B welcomes you to stay in one of their 5-star rooms for the ultimate home-away-from-home.

Westville B&B: Executive 5-star Bed & Breakfast

Shopping Centre in Pinetown


style, charm and convenience, right on your doorstep. The recently refurbished Fields Hill Shopping Centre is in the heart of Kloof and in the hearts of the residents of the upper highway area. Originally the Old Fields Hotel, the building was restored several years ago and has retained the appeal and character which the landmark building was renowned for. It’s the epitome of easy shopping with free parking close to a variety of shops lined along the exterior. Pick ’n Pay and Virgin active are situated within the mall, near the courtyard area, a wonderful spot to meet for a cup of coffee. Pick ’n Pay has convenient extended shopping hours and access to the shopping centre is a pleasure directly off Old Main Road, and the M13. Fields Hill Shopping Centre is equipped with generators – so there is no need to worry about power outages when you need to do your shopping.

Nearby Airport Pinetown

King Shaka International Airport

Built for the 2010 World Cup, this airport serves both international and domestic destinations.

Public Transport in Pinetown

Dunga N S

17 Trafalgar Park, 18a Trafalgar Place, Pinetown, 3610


Jean Junction

17 Kings Rd, New Germany, Pinetown, 3610


Fraser D F

10 Annerley Rd, Pinetown, New Germany, 3610

Driving Directions to Rooftite Projects Pty Ltd

Pinetown. Via N3 and N2. Fastest route.Get on N3 in Ashley from Mariannridge Dr and Richmond Rd-M1. Follow N3 and N2 to Curnick Ndlovu Highway-R102 in Mount Moriah, KwaMashu. Take exit 177 from N2. Continue on R102. Take Rinaldo Rd and Longwoods Dr to Margaret Maytom Avenue Durban North. Rooftite Projects Pty Ltd, 21 Margaret Maytom Ave, Durban North, 4051 KwaZulu-Natal.

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