Struggling to cope with rubber, tile or felt roofing? Wondering how much it’s going to cost to keep having everything repaired? It may be time to start thinking about replacing or refurbishing your roofing outright. If you’ve already looked into getting your roof replaced, you may have come across fibreglass as a viable alternative.
Here at Merlin, we are confident in the fantastic, protective properties of GRP Fibreglass Roofing. What’s more, we’re always ready to recommend fibreglass flat roofing to anyone who may be in need of a more resistant, hard-wearing roof support system. But why is fibreglass so recommended when it comes to installing a new flat roof? Will it pay for itself in the long run? Let’s take a look.
Let’s start with the basics. Fibreglass flat roofing is likely to be some of the most reliable, and most resilient, you will find on the market today. The problem with traditional roofing standards – such as those made with tile or felt – is that they simply weren’t built to last the years. They may have worked well for families and firms in decades gone by, but when it comes to long-term economy, they really don’t cut it.
Traditional roof material and supplies are hardly resistant against weather. Rubber and tiles can easily wear down through just a few years of use, which means they may start letting water in and could even pose a security risk. While it may be affordable to set up this type of roof in the first place, you are going to be spending a lot of money in the long run on keeping things in place.
Fibreglass roofing simply doesn’t need the maintenance or the after-care. Over the years of running our business, we are still proud to supply a 20-year guarantee on all GRP products. That includes fibreglass flat roofing. We are more than confident that you won’t need to repair or adjust your fibreglass roof for two decades after installation. If we’re wrong, you’re protected by our warranty!
Another great reason to get a flat roof built in fibreglass is to avoid potential damage. Vandalism and attempts to break in can be easily thwarted with just one coat of GRP, laid flat as your new roof. Why? Fibreglass is positively impenetrable.
This means you can rest easy. While breaking through a roof may not be the first method some people use to break in, tiles and rubber are far easier to do damage to. What’s more, if your roof is already damaged, it offers a nice little inlet for anyone to come sneaking in. You should also bear in mind that rodents and other animals would have easy access through traditional roofing. Any mouse or rat likely to take a bite out of GRP will be left with some serious toothache!
Fibreglass is a great deterrent. It simply can’t be broken down. Using our expert tools and resources, we will be able to fit a flat roof for you that keeps weather, intruders and animals out at all costs.
If you’ve ever had a traditional roof installed before, you will likely already know that getting pitches and shingles right can take a lot of time and effort. Setting up a tiled roof could mean setting days out of your schedule before it is set up and ready to use. With GRP Fibreglass Roofing, you’ll be ready to go in a fraction of the time.
Fibreglass Flat Roofing made from fibreglass can be easily laid and installed at very short notice. In just a few hours, we will be able to install your roof, and it will be ready to support you and your family for months and years to come. Roofers choose fibreglass not just because it’s easy to install, but also because it provides such long-term results. That’s a win-win scenario for everyone involved!
You’re going to need a roof which is easy to look after, cheap to run and simple to set up. As experts in the installation of roofing with fibreglass, we really do know what we’re talking about!
Need to know more about fibreglass roofing, or flat roofing benefits? We’re here to help. Merlin’s GRP fibreglass experts are here for you throughout the year. Call us on 0800 3118 262 to arrange a free consultation, or do email us via our web form if you have any specific queries in mind.