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The Uses For GRP Fibreglass RoofingThis is and example of some GRP Fibreglass Roofing

While traditional flat roofing that uses seams and felt may not yet have gone away in the eyes of some of the roofing trade, there really has been no better time to take advantage of GRP fibreglass when it comes to providing a durable, versatile and dependable roofing material that will offer you warmth and coverage for years to come. There’s a reason why so many professionals refer to GRP as the very best in the trade – and it’s the same reason why we recommend its superb properties to all of our customers who may be looking for an entirely new roof, a partial re-laying, or even an installation as part of a completely new build. There are certain rooms and facilities within your home – or potential home – that will likely benefit from GRP fibreglass roofing more than any other.

Is GRP Fibreglass Roofing weather resistant?

GRP fibreglass roofing is, first and foremost, weather-resistant – and is therefore perfect at withstanding the often unpredictable British seasons! Rooms that are sensitive or particularly dependent upon certain temperatures being kept at a defined level – such as a sauna room, a wet room or even a room where a Jacuzzi or hot tub may be installed – and the added benefit of a fibreglass roof is that you can be assured of no drips of rain or debris falling through and disturbing your rest and relaxation. It’s safe to say that with a standard felt or tile roofing installation, you’ll not be so easily assured with either safety or a steady temperature.

The added benefit of GRP fibreglass roofing is that it’s the most resilient and impenetrable roofing material on the market. If anyone is likely to want to break and enter into your home via the roof, a fibreglass roofing installation will likely stop any would-be thief in their tracks – breaking through a fibreglass roof is no easy feat, at the very least compared with standard felt, tile or rubber roofing. This way, not only is it a superb use for covering hot tub rooms, sauna and Jacuzzi rooms and other sensitive areas of the home, but it’s also a fantastic choice of coverage for rooms in the home where you may well be storing sensitive items. Therefore, consider the use of GRP for garages, extensions, gazebos, porches, cellars, skylights, ponds, swimming pools, filter tanks and grain stores – no matter the need, fibreglass coverage can keep both the weather and the unwanted visitor out of harm’s way.

What about business premises?

It’s not just a fantastic support for the home, either – we supply GRP fibreglass roofing for commercial use as well as for domestic buildings, which will therefore mean that you can benefit from sheltering your business, office or public building with a durable and protective roof solution from Merlin GRP. Roof complexity is no issue for fibreglass – meaning that whether you’re running a school with a pitched roof or a factory with flat coverage all the way around – even a church with a steeple or two – we can set you up with fibreglass roofing that will be both durable and protective through even the harshest of seasons.

For garages in need of extra support, commercial buildings looking for added security, or hot tub rooms, wet rooms or sauna rooms in need of a little extra privacy and weather resistance, you can depend upon Merlin GRP to provide long-lasting and great-looking GRP fibreglass roofing whatever the weather. Simply contact us on 07897 466664 and we will be happy to discuss your home or business with you at your convenience!