Flat Roofing

Traditional Felt

Fibre Glass

Rubber Cover

Flat roofing

Fibreglass

Fibreglass roofs have suffered from a bad reputation in the past due to ignorance and faulty installation. A common mistake was using standard boat resins that couldn’t expand or contract properly, or laying fibreglass onto chipboard or smooth plywood.

These days’ modern resins and correct installation has helped fibreglass become a real contender for a top flight flat roof. Normally laid in a one, or sometimes a two layer jointless finish with factory made trims and coloured to literally any colour.

 

Rubber

Firestone Building Products specially designed the Firestone RubberCover EPDM Roofing System for small residential flat roofing applications.

The system is based on high performing Firestone RubberCover EPDM rubber membranes and a limited range of accessories offering a watertight and durable roofing solution.

The Firestone RubberCover EPDM Roofing System is the ideal, durable solution for small residential flat roofs such as: extensions, verandas, dormers, porches, garages, carports, garden sheds, balconies, gutters, trailers.

Rubber benefits

  •     Superior durability
  •     Seamless sheets in 1 piece
  •     Very low life-cycle cost
  •     Flame-free and easy installation
  •     High flexibility and elongation
  •     Environmentally friendly
  •     Recovery of rainwater
  •     Fire resistance

Felt benefits

  • If laid competently, can last for many years
  • The cheapest flat roof option
  • Damage resistant
  • Easily repaired
  • Has good expansion and contraction properties

Torch-on Felt

New bitumen felt roofs can unfortunately still carry a bad reputation from the older and now unused pour and roll systems.

Large strides have been made, and continue to be made in flexibility and durability of a modern hot flame applied torch on roofing felts. Typically applied in a 3 layer system consisting of a vapour control layer, a layer 2mm reinforced felt and a 4mm layer of felt

What is a flat roof?

Typically the design of choice for smaller structures, such as garages and extensions, flat roofing consists of a horizontal base which is fixed to the ceiling joists underneath with a waterproof membrane applied on top.

While flat roofs are designed to hold standing water to some degree, a slight pitch of only a few degrees is usually incorporated to enable rainwater to drain away into a hopper.

Contact

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