Roofline Cladding and GRP
Trained specialist installers only
Roofline is an essential part of your home and requires highly qualified installers. The process involves:
- Step 1: Remove old products
- Step 2: Replace or repair existing timber
- Step 3: Install new roofline
- Step 4: Prepare guttering area
- Step 5: Install guttering & downpipes
During the construction process, the utmost care and attention is taken to provide the best possible end product.
GRP Flat Roofs – What is GRP Roofing?
GRP stands for ‘Glassfibre Reinforced Plastics’, also referred to as ‘Fibreglass’, ‘Composite Plastics’. It is an amazingly versatile material, and one that is little understood in industry, but which has truly immense potential across a wide spectrum of applications.
GRP can be used in multiple applications and is a long term cost effective alternative.
The benefits of having a GRP roof other than a regular felt roof:
- Life expectancy of over 45 years and eliminate long term problems with felt flat roofs.
- No seams or joins for water to penetrate.
- A strong durable one piece professional finish.
- GRP roofs are covered by most household insurance companies.
- A GRP roof can offer a 20 year guarantee on this product.