Another of the flat roof options at Rooftech Care is fibreglass roofing, also known as GRP roofing. A durable solution that can last for decades without deterioration, a fibreglass roof may well be the option that you’re looking for.
Fibreglass roofing installation
First and foremost it’s important to keep an eye on the weather. For planning purposes, you’ll want the roofing experts to be able to work uninterrupted, as they may be able to install 15-20 square feet of the fibreglass roof in a typical day.
Regarding the installation, it’s not simply a case of laying the fibreglass down, the roof will require stripping, another deck to be applied, lamination and a surface coating. This can all be achieved within a typical day, again dependent on factors like the weather.
Typically the laying fibreglass roofing is a two-man job, and after the existing roof has been stripped, the process of decking the roof comes first.
Fibreglass Roofing Installation issues
Whilst the installation of fibreglass roofing is a straightforward process to the Rooftech Care professionals, other roofing professionals may not have followed the process closely enough.
If you’ve had your fibreglass roof installed by another roofing company, it’s possible that you may need some repair work, depending on what they’ve missed. What this inevitably leads to is a repair bill that you weren’t expecting.
One issue is that moisture can find its way into the deck, which comes about during the lamination process. Another common problem is the top coat and resin can cure too quickly. In reality there is a laundry list of issues that can stem from a poor fibreglass roof installation. Rooftech Care can be trusted to plan your job and get it right – eliminating the need for additional, unnecessary repairs.
There’s a lot that goes into the successful installation of fibreglass roofing, so it’s best to speak to the professionals and don’t leave anything to chance.