Flat roof dilemma

Discussion in 'Roofing and Guttering' started by karl, Nov 11, 2010.

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    karl

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    In regards of flat roofing for my extension , what would be best in terms of cost and lifespan, for the protection needed. Ive heard some of these new products are quite good.. But in not really sure!
    Any ideas?
     
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    Bristol_Bricky

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    Contact a flat roofing company that offers GRP, this lasts up 25 yeras and has
    no problem with standing water
     
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    a n j

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    problem solved

    hi karl my name is paul im a flat roofing specialist i have my own business the product i use is far better than grp my system adapts to the weather with a uv and fire retardent.
     
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    RoofingDave

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    EPDM Rubber Roofing, it can last over 50 years. Firestone EPDM comes in a single sheet so no chance of leaks, just make sure you get someone who is Firestone approved to install it.

    http://www.roofingwarehouse.co.uk/
     
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    RobertFewtrell

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    I have a friend who has literally just had this fitted to their house in L.A
     
    RobertFewtrell, Feb 2, 2012
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    RoofingDave

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    These guys no longer trade.

    But I now get my EPDM through The Skylight Company.

    http://www.theskylightcompany.co.uk

    They dont sell it online but give them a call if you ever need it.
     
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