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Could I get Fibreglass for my Roof?

Monday, December 12th, 2016

in Fibreglass Roofing

Could I get Fibreglass for my Roof? Roofing materials, and what is largely considered the best available to supply waterproof and warm covering for domestic areas, have changed dramatically over the years.  While homes built in decades gone by may have relied heavily upon tiled or rubber roofing, they have proven to be more expensive […]


Preventing leaks with garage and rear porch door coverings

Wednesday, November 16th, 2016

in Fibreglass Roofing

Preventing leaks with garage and rear porch door coverings We’re approaching that time of year again – the cold snap is on its way, and with it, a whole host of unpredictable weather. From snow to sleet and the coldest rain imaginable, it’s all ripe to affect your home – particularly if you’re not protected […]


Have your fish pond lined with fibreglass!

Wednesday, October 19th, 2016

in Fibreglass Roofing

Have your fish pond lined with fibreglass! The fish pond is pretty much a staple of any British garden – of a certain size, in any case – and keeping fish, whether it’s goldfish, koi carp or otherwise, can be an extremely rewarding hobby. Providing you keep your pond regularly filtered and fresh, looking after […]


Why a fibreglass upgrade for your bay window is the right idea

Monday, October 10th, 2016

in Fibreglass Roofing

Why a fibreglass upgrade for your bay window is the right idea   While many modern homes may only benefit from the one main roof, many suburban homes opt for bay windows, which come with their own, smaller roof installations which cover the depth of a room’s windowsill. Essentially, some homes need to consider maintaining […]


The alternative material for a portico roof

Monday, October 3rd, 2016

in Fibreglass Roofing

The Alternative Material for a Portico Roof Not all buildings are as simple and easily to roof as your average suburban property – churches and listed buildings, for example, often host a portico roof – a type of entrance porch – and with this, a completely separate roofing installation away from the main building itself. Roofing a […]


Why you need an experienced roof installer

Wednesday, September 28th, 2016

in GRP Flat roofing

Why you need an experienced roof installer When it comes to installing a new roof, or replacing a new one entirely, you should never be too quick to leap to choosing a roofing professional – as the difference between an effective roof installer and one which is more likely to provide temporary solutions can vary […]


Why GRP flooring can be used for wet rooms

Monday, August 1st, 2016

in GRP flooring

Why GRP flooring can be used for wet rooms While you may already be aware of the benefits of using GRP fibreglass for roofing installations – thanks to its robust and waterproof properties that make it tough to penetrate and prevent the weather from getting into your home – you may not be aware that […]


What to look for in a roof installer

Monday, July 25th, 2016

in Roof Installation

What to look for in a roof installer When it comes to repairing, replacing or even installing a new roof entirely, we understand that it can be a matter of juggling a whole host of different choices – from the material to use, the type of roof that you think will be of most benefit […]


Why installing grp roofing may be better than repairing your old roof

Monday, July 25th, 2016

in Fibreglass Roofing

Why installing grp roofing may be better than repairing your old roof Roofing materials and trends have changed considerably over the years – while slate, tile and felt roofing may have done the job for many homes and families across the decades, these materials have often proven to be troublesome in terms of their need […]


Building styles for GRP roofing

Monday, June 6th, 2016

in GRP Flat roofing

Building styles for GRP roofing GRP Roofing is coming on leaps and bounds in terms of its popularity with homeowners and business proprietors alike – and it’s easy to understand why.  GRP is the safest, most resistant roofing that money can buy, and what’s better is it will last the decades.  This means that, unlike […]