At Studley Roofing we can install or repair flat roofs, using either traditional felt, GRP Fibreglass or EPDM.
Traditional felt flat roofing is composed of three layers – base felt, glass fibre underlay and a top layer of high performance mineral felt. There is greater scope for customisation of felt roofing with different coloured top layers available. Repairs to existing felt roofs can be quickly and easily undertaken and typically will last 20 years or more. If you think your flat roof might is leaking or might need to be repaired, take a look at our handy leak detection guide.
GRP fibreglass flat roofs are sometimes one of the more expensive forms of roofing material. The material can be laid in one to two simple layers that are light and strong, and it has a smooth, aesthetic finish and is easy to patch repair. Expected life span varies but is often 20-30 years, and maintenance is relatively easy. GRP is most well suited to smaller roofs because on large areas they can become weak due to expansion and contraction. GRP can also be used as a replacement for lead in roof gulleys.
Find out more about which flat roofing material is right for your project by getting in touch with us at Studley Roofing.