GRP Fibreglass Roofing Specialists in Somerset
Fibreglass (GRP) roofs
GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic), also known as Fibreglass, flat roofs are tough, flexible and long-lasting. Usually applied directly to the dry timber roof boards and surrounding edges to create a hard-wearing waterproof seal.
A resin base coat is followed by fibreglass matting, then a second resin coat seals the composite surface. A final fire retardant, heavy duty coloured topcoat (typically black or dark grey) completes the look.
Fibreglass roofs have the benefit that they are one solid application that fills the entire surface with no joins or folds, making leaks or holes less likely to occur.
GRP roofing is a very popular roofing material more commonly known as fibreglass. Suitable for all flat roof types but commonly seen on outhouses and extensions due to its durability and long-lasting properties.
GRP, or fibreglass roofing, does not have any joints or seals making it completely watertight, when the fibreglass has completely cured it offers a protective hardwearing cover.
Benefits of using GRP Roofing
- Watertight – Less chance of leaks damaging your belongings
- Functionality – Suitable for any flat roof type, including Garages and Outhouses
- Durability – Can last in excess of 25 years
- Easy to repair – Small patches can be repaired if damaged
- No Joints – Meaning less chance of leaks
OUR OTHER ROOFING SERVICES
As one of the most popular roofing materials used in the UK, especially on domestic homes, roof tiles are a traditional custom-made product perfect for great looking and reliable roofs. We can provide a wide range of clay and concrete tiles to match your preferred colour, design or budget.
Most commonly seen on Garages, Extensions, and Porches. Flat roofs have a wide range of applications and come in a variety of materials depending on your needs, including Felt, Rubber, and Fibreglass. Contact us for a free consultation to find what flat roof material is best suited to your needs.
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