What Is a GRP (Fibreglass) Roof?
A GRP roof is a single-ply GRP laminate applied in situ over a good quality conditioned plywood or OSB3 deck. The roof is finished with pre-formed GRP edge trims and a coat of pigmented topcoat. GRP has been used as a waterproofing material for over fifty years for applications as diverse as boats, water tanks, lorry and car bodies, roof lights, ponds and pools. When used to construct a boat, GRP will provide waterproofing protection for the boats entire life span without the need for maintenance or replacement. This same level of performance is easily replicated on a domestic roof.
Fibreglass is an ideal material for roofing. Apart from its durability, we build to a very high specification which means that your roof is not only water-tight but flexible enough to breathe and vent.
A survey of GRP buildings by the BRE (Building Research Establishment) in 2001 found the condition of several GRP building around 35 or 40 years old to be structurally sound.
We have a qualified team of installers who are all experienced in the design and construction of flat roofs from garden sheds through to village halls. You can also see what our customers say.
Whatever your roofing requirement, you are guaranteed that we will deliver an excellent service and we also remove old roofing and make sure that your building is left clean and tidy.