Flat Roof ReplacementShane
Do you really need a Flat Roof Replacement?
Current trends are showing that it appears most people’s flat roofs are not actually quite so bad after all, think twice when you are being told they wont be very long lasting. And that you will soon need a flat roof replacement.
It could be they have failed simply because a small leak has occurred, in fact our assessments prove that almost 97% of our flat roofs coverage are in a good enough condition to be saved, it will just need a tiny amount of your time & attention.
Its commonly thought that your flat roof has a short life-span some of which would say only 10-15 years, this is generally a mistaken belief due to the fact there has been a complete upgrade in roofing manufacturing over the past 25 years.
Roof coverings now have a good chance of lasting between 25-50 years, the problem seems today that the manufacturers may not be able to promise this for that length of time.
But why is this ? could it be that its more financially viable for them to sell you a brand new roof, or are they just not fully understanding what you are asking regarding the roof in question?
Make sure you ask:
• if your roof is beyond repair?
• Is the substrate or deck saveable or damaged?
• Is it just the waterproofing membrane that’s beyond repair?
• Is the roof leaking?
• If its leaking do you know where from? exactly – flat area, gutter, edge
Our Surveyors have been investigating internal/external building fabric water damage using leak detection techniques in London for over 45 years.
So, taking everything into account, Do I Need My Flat Roof Replaced? well if you are considering a brand new roof, why not pick up the phone and give us a call today.
Or maybe send us over an email regarding any questions you wish us to advise you on our email address is email@example.com
If you need us to we can arrange a visit for one of our expert surveyors to take a look first before you decide, just give us a little notice and we’ll even email you a quote too, no problem at all.
Whoever you choose to undertake the work make sure they are a reputable company here’s what to look for by way of company qualifications.
Fully Accredited & Certificated to Industry Health & Safety Standards by the following bodies & approved manufacturers: –
Certificate of Approval SMAS Work Safe Contractor, Construction line, WHICH Magazine Approved Trusted Trader, Certificate of membership Checkatrade.com, SIG Design Technology Accredited, CORC Contractors Confederation of Roofing Contractors, Top Seal Approved, TrustaTrader, CHAS Certificate of Accreditation. Certificate of Builder’s Profile, RADMATT, DATAC Approved, Garland Approved.