KentBuild: Flat Roofing Services

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KentBuild Flat Roofing Company      Call: 07483293621

KentBuild Flat Roofing Services offer all types of building - roofing works from GRP fibreglass flat roofs - new roofs - house extensions - loft conversions.  Although we specialize in flat roofs we have a team of fully qualified roofers - bricklayers - carpenters - plasterers. 


There are a number of types of GRP or glass fibred plastic, the real difference being the proportion of glass fibres included in each kilogram of plastic.  The more glass fibre that is included, the stonger the material, whilst less glass will provide a lighter, more flexible material.  Glass fibre has been used to create a wide number of different items, from aeroplanes, to boats, and has been used extensively in the armed forces for many years.  If the RAF are happy to fly miles up in the sky within a GRP chassis, then your shed roof is 
Whether you require a complete new build or just a flat roof We can provide a free no obligation quote, and a price that is competitive but fair. 
 
These are some of the services we provide

Most of our work is carried out in kent and the london area.  For further information or a free estimate please contact us. we will be more then happy to  deal with any questions you may have.   
 
Call: 07483293621
There are a number of types of GRP or glass fibred plastic, the real differenceof glass fibres included in each kilogram of plastic.  The more glass fibre that is included, the stonger the material, whilst less glass will provide a lighter, more flexible material.  Glass fibre has been used to create a wide number of different items, from aeroplanes, to boats, and has been used extensively in the armed forces for many years.  If the RAF are happy to fly miles up in the sky within a GRP chassis, then your shed roof is 
GRP  Fibreglass Flat Roofing

Theres no point denying it - we live in a damp country! This may well be the reason why fibreglass flat roofs have become so widely popular as alternative to traditional felt roofs, although the benefits are numerous.  Glass reinforced plastic roofing,  otherwise referred to as GRP roofing, is constructed using a clever technique which manages to combine the strength of glass fibre  with the resilience and flexibility of plastic, offering a unique material which is ideally suited to providing a watertight roofing which will last for many years.

From porches to sheds, from garages to patios, fibreglass roofs provide a number of advantages when compared to alternative flat roofing methods, such as felt roofing.  One of the problems with felt roofing is that over time it will inevitably deteriorate.  Sadly often the deterioration is often unnoticed until small leaks or cracks develop, and then the rain finds it way into your home. Large damp patches on your ceiling, damp, mildew - stained walls and damage to your furniture can easily result,  and this will inevitably lead to damage and expense, not to mention the inconvenience and health aspects.

GRP roofing offers a solution which is clean and reliable, providing a watertight seal for many, many years.  Its easy to clean, and easy to fit, and is available in a variety if styles and colours, enabling you to match your existing d├ęcor or provide a roofing solution which works in harmony with your home.

Fibreglass roofs can be fitted either as part of the initial construction product, or fitted afterwards, or even a replacement.  One of real benefits of grp flat roofing is that it can be fitted cold.  In other words, there is no need for a blow torch or a open flame, as is usually the case when comes to fitting most other types of flat roofs. With no need for a naked flame or blow torch, the safety aspect is immediately improved. A fibreglass can be fitted while people are still in around the property, all whilst other workers are developing or building other aspects of the construction job. This reduces risk, and reduces disruption or inconvenience, all of which usually adds up to a lower cost as well.

With wet weather increasingly a problem, many of us are finding that existing roofs are simply not up to the job. Trying to repair a existing felt roof can prove to be quite time consuming, difficult, dangerous and not necessarily successful. A poorly repaired felt roof can often prove expensive in the long run, and when the next storm arrives, you may find that a significant amount of damage and water leakage can occur. 

By using fibreglass flat roofs you can provide a solution which will take very little time to install, will be a low cost solution, and will last for a very long time, regardless to the monsoon like weather we so frequently seem to be experiencing. GRP roofing is lightweight, yet at the same time very strong, and this makes it a ideal solution for garages and sheds. It is quick and easy to fit, and because there is no need for a blow torch, and the materials are lightweight, it requires few fitters to complete the job. Meaning that your new fibreglass roof can be installed in rapid time.

There are a number of types of GRP or glass fibred plastic, the real difference being the proportion of glass fibres included in each kilogram of plastic.  The more glass fibre that is included, the stonger the material, whilst less glass will provide a lighter, more flexible material.  Glass fibre has been used to create a wide number of different items, from aeroplanes, to boats, and has been used extensively in the armed forces for many years.  If the RAF are happy to fly miles up in the sky within a GRP chassis, then your shed roof is certainly going to offer a great deal of protection.

There are a number of different applications, and a fibreglass flat roof can be used successfully in several different areas. Perhaps you have a ground floor extension, or a garage, perhaps a shed or a sheltered drive.  You may even have a porch or door canopy, and any one of these offers the opportunity to provide seamless, watertight protection, with minimal maintenance. In fact, when it comes to maintenance theres really only one thing necessary, and that?s to run a hose or a sponge over it once in a while to keep it looking brand new. Mind you, with the amount of rain we get, you may find that even this is unnecessary

Areas we offer our flat roofing services in Kent