For smaller buildings and structures – e.g. garages, extensions, balconies – a flat roof is a cost-effective and long-lasting solution. Flat roofing is especially suitable for areas with high winds, and in situations where people will need regular access to the roof area.
We specialise in three types of flat roof:
Often used for industrial buildings, strong and hard-wearing bitumen felt works just as well for domestic roofs. Low cost compared to the other options, bitumen felt can be used for flat roofs of any size and gives a clean finish that lasts.
Strong, lightweight and hard-wearing, a GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic) fibreglass roof adds a touch of style to your home. A versatile material with a flexible and attractive finish, GRP fibreglass is resistant to time, weather and vandalism, and is one of the few truly jointless flat roof materials.
The most widely-used flat roof material, EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomers) rubber is a tried and tested solution for flat roofing. It is usually installed in one piece, so no joins. It’s a high-density synthetic rubber that is lightweight, flexible and hard-wearing with excellent weathering properties. It is also flame retardant and water resistant.